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Cafes and restaurants are charging towards a black hole of discretionary spending with almost seven in 100 closing, failing or collapsing into administration in the past year, according to CreditorWatch. The credit bureau’s economist Anneke Thompson said the discretionary retail sector was enjoying a temporary reprieve with the Black Friday sales but there was no […]

By Bria Overs Originally appeared in Word in Black Black people have always had an entrepreneurial spirit. There’s no lack of desire or motivation that stops them from pursuing the path. According to the most recent official numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are nearly 3.6 million Black-owned businesses. An estimated 

by Kandiss Edwards November 28, 2023 9 simple tips to learn the keys to positive reinforcement and encouragement that will propel people to move in the right direction. Originally Published Nov. 23, 2016 “I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you […]

This annual event, falling on the first Saturday in December, encourage residents and visitors to avoid larger retailers for the day and instead visit smaller businesses to do their shopping. Last year’s event saw UK shoppers spend an estimated £774million with small or independent businesses. Cllr Irfan Mohammed, Deputy Cabinet Member for Business, said: “As […]

This fall, we welcomed Nicole Hoang as the Communications Associate Intern for the Office of Immigrant Affairs. She is a sophomore at the University of Pennsylvania who will intern with our office during the 2022-2023 school year.  Nicole will work with Alain Joinville, Director of Strategic Communications and Programs to work on supporting community engagement […]

Companies participating in CU Denver’s Smart Futures Lab program shared some of their successes and how the program helped them during their graduation ceremony earlier this month at the University of Colorado Denver.    The participating companies are led by individuals representing the New Majority, which includes Black, Indigenous, People of Color, Women, and People with […]

Susan Dziubinski: Hi, I am Susan Dziubinski with Morningstar. Every Monday morning I sit down with Morningstar Research Services’ chief U.S. market strategist Dave Sekera to discuss one thing that’s on his radar this week, one new piece of Morningstar research, and a few stock picks or pans for the week ahead. So on your […]

Breadcrumb Trail Links News The latest business news as it happens Published Nov 27, 2023  •  Last updated 2 hours ago  •  9 minute read Shoppers track down Black Friday deals at the Eaton Centre in Toronto. Photo by Chris Young/The Canadian Press filesArticle contentTop headlines Advertisement 2 This . . .

By Laura García and Beatriz de la Pava BBC 100 Women 27 November 2023 Image source, Getty Images From starring in comedy favourite Ugly Betty, to a lead role in this year’s blockbuster Barbie, America Ferrera has had a “fairy tale” journey to success. She’s the first – and only . . .

At midnight Monday, the final bell tolled on the three-day holiday shopping binge collectively known as Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday. Now, will exhausted consumers answer the bell ringers of the Salvation Army on GivingTuesday? Or an appeal from Feeding South Florida? The annual fundraising day for charitable giving  — started 11 […]

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