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Black business group, Black banks making Black history with economic justice

By Hazel Trice Edney Contributing Writer (TriceEdneyWire.com) — It is the number one reason that Black-owned businesses fail: Simply put – not enough money and

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Nation’s largest student loan servicer charged borrowers too much, says CFPB

By Charlene Crowell Contributing Writer The financial futures of more than 12 million federal and private student loan borrowers who collectively owe approximately $300 billion

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Africa not holding its breath for Trump on trade
By Grant Clark Contributing Writer (Urban News Service) — After a two-year election campaign and weeks into his presidency, Africans still have no idea how Donald J. Trump plans to deal with ...
Black unemployment was 7.7 percent in January
(Special from NorthStarNews Today) — The nation’s nonfarm businesses added 227,000 jobs in January, President Barack Obama’s last month in office of his eight-year term, but despite the strong growth ...
New data undermine oil and gas industry’s pipeline safety claims
By Sue Sturgis Contributing Writer (Special from Facing South) — In the debate over construction of new oil and gas pipelines, industry representatives have long argued that pipelines are safer than ...
Labor hire could signal clash between Trump and construction unions
By Justin Elliott ProPublica Last month, President Donald Trump hosted the chiefs of several building trades unions at the White House in a meeting notable for how friendly it was given ...
Black-owned Seaway Bank fails
(Special from NorthStarNews Today) — Seaway Bank and Trust Co., once one of the nation’s largest Black-owned banks based on assets, went into receivership and has been taken over by ...
Green Dot purchases Simmons’ RushCard in megadeal
By Stacy M. Brown Contributing Writer (NNPA Newswire) — Every American needs a RushCard — or Green Dot. That’s the mantra of RushCard founder and business mogul Russell Simmons, who together with ...
How to protect your digital privacy in the era of public shaming
By Julia Angwin ProPublica Every January, I do a digital tune-up, cleaning up my privacy settings, updating my software and generally trying to upgrade my security. This year, the task feels particularly ...
Why Trump’s meetings with CEOs seeking mergers trouble observers
By Justin Elliott and Jesse Eisinger ProPublica When the CEOs of Monsanto and Bayer met now-President Donald Trump earlier this month, eager for a nod of assent for their controversial merger into ...

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