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Susan L. Taylor shares her personal journey to success and how as a community, African-Americans can impact change through capitalism.

What do Black Americans need to know about the racial wealth gap? Last week was a glass half-full segment, with a stellar jobs report. I want to talk about a new report from the Corporation For Enterprise Development (CFED) and the Institute For Policy Studies. The report examined the growing racial wealth divide for Black and […]

How are race and spending habits linked? We have heard a lot in recent years about economic inequality, but most, if not all, of the discussion has focused on income inequality. However, a new study out of Duke University, and highlighted in the Atlantic, points to another way economic inequality persists between white and Black […]

African-American kids from rich families are more likely to go to prison than White kids from underprivileged households.

A new Forbes report that details the wealth and opportunity disparities between Black women and their White counterparts has been released. President Barack Obama addressed…

Tuesday on “NewsOne Now,” guest host TJ Holmes covered how you can start investing and saving with as little as five dollars a day. Listen…

What do you think you would learn after talking to 1,000 Black millionaires?  Dennis Kimbro, the author of “The Wealth Choice,” shared some of his insights…

Credit problems disproportionately affect African Americans for a variety of reasons — historically lower incomes, higher unemployment, being hit especially hard hit by the subprime…

(Washington, DC) — Ten of the nation’s 15 wealthiest counties are located in the Washington, DC area. “MainStreet.com” says according to U.S. Census figures, Loudoun County, Virginia is at the top of the list with a median household income of more than 119-thousand-500-dollars. That’s more than 16-thousand-dollars richer than second-place Fairfax County. What’s more remarkable […]

Even though they say crime doesn’t pay, several rich gangsters prove otherwise. While most end up dead or in jail, a very lucky few get to spend their money. In the early part of the 20th Century, gangsters made a lot of money selling liquor during prohibition. In the seventies many gangsters made a killing […]