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September 11, 2015
Once again, the recent spate of violent crime in Los Angeles, especially in South Central, is causing heightened concern and has LAPD scrambling for stop-gap solutions. ... read more »
Michelle Avan, Merrill Lynch Director Talks Leadership: Leading from the Heart
September 9, 2015
I am very passionate about leadership. There is a genuineness that comes from the way that I see leadership. I genuinely care and have a strong belief in building a great team. At Merrill Lynch, I know that one person cannot have the success a group can have when there is collective thought. ... read more »
Weeding Out the Confusion of Operating Medical Cannabis Businesses in California
August 27, 2015
BOE representatives will visit local medical cannabis dispensaries in the 3rd Equalization District to verify that they are registered with the BOE and if not, provide them with information on how to comply with state tax laws ... read more »
Board of Equalization Will Accept Cash Payments from Medical Cannabis Business Operators
July 22, 2015
Medical cannabis business owners may pay their tax liability to the California State Board of Equalization (BOE) in cash, simply by securing a seller’s permit from the Board of Equalization (BOE) and submitting a written request. ... read more »
Black Employee Awarded $5 Million in Rite Aid Case
July 22, 2015
Rite Aid was ordered today to pay $5 million in punitive damages to a former manager who said he was harassed by supervisors after he suffered a neck injury while trying to stop a robbery at his Lincoln Heights store, bringing his total award to $8.7 million. ... read more »
Melanie L. Campbell appointed to advisory council for President Obama’s new non-profit foundation
May 28, 2015
(Washington, DC)   Melanie L. Campbell, president and CEO of the National Coalition on Black Civic Participation, has been appointed by President Barack Obama to serve on the advisory council of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance.   ... read more »
Blacks Least Likely to Get Business Loan from Banks
May 28, 2015
Ron Busby urges personal relationship with banker. WASHINGTON (NNPA) – Black-owned businesses face tougher challenges than other groups when seeking bank loans, according to a new study by the Gallup polling company commissioned by Wells Fargo. ... read more »
Black Unemployment Dips Below 10 Percent
May 14, 2015
Valerie Wilson, the director of the Program on Race, Ethnicity, and the Economy at the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) speaks jobs and the economy in the Black community during an event at EPI. ... read more »
Bank of America Exec Found Success Through Commitment to Service
May 6, 2015
Gwen Givens-Jones’ journey to success is unique. She’s worked at Bank of America for 34 years, starting as a teller and working her way up to branch manager, ... read more »
McDonald’s USA Announces New Employee Benefit Package
April 23, 2015
Package includes wage increase, paid time off and educational assistance at company-owned restaurants.   McDonald’s USA (NYSE: MCD) recently announced enhanced benefits for employees at its company-owned restaurants, ... read more »
Union Bank Names Three New Members to Community Advisory Board
April 9, 2015
Executive Director of West Angeles Community Development Corporation, Tunua Thrash-Ntuk Union Bank today announced that it has named three new members to its Community Advisory Board.   ... read more »
West Basin Facilitates Ocean Friendly Garden in Inglewood
April 9, 2015
As California faces its fourth consecutive year of drought, local Inglewood residents joined West Basin Municipal Water District Board President Gloria Gray and the Los Angeles County Fire Department on March 21, ... read more »
West Basin Unveils Ocean Friendly Garden at CSUDH
April 9, 2015
Marco Dowell, Associate Director University Housing Services, CSUDH; Jeanette Castillo, Tongva Nation; Jimi Castillo, Spiritual Leader, Tongva Nation; Robert Fenning, Vice President, Administration and Finance, CSUDH; ... read more »
Metro Pilot Program Strives to Provide Financial, Other Support To Small Businesses Working Hard to Combat Impact of Rail Construction
April 6, 2015
Los Angeles Mayor and Metro Board Chair Eric Garcetti, along with Metro Board members Los Angeles County Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and Jacquelyn Dupont-Walker, delivered checks totaling $66,310 to four small business owners impacted by construction of the expanding Metro Rail system. ... read more »
NFL Star Dwight Freeney Says Investors Looted Him for Millions
April 2, 2015
Former Charger and 7-time Pro Bowler filing lawsuit against BOA      NFL Star Dwight Freeney explains his case against Bank of America to the media in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday March 31. ... read more »
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