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First-Time Homebuyers: Ready Set Go 
August 24, 2016
Buying a home is a huge responsibility; it is also a huge opportunity. Owning your home means you can paint the walls with your favorite color, plant flowers and vegetables if you choose and plant the seed for an investment in your future. ... read more »
L.A. Football Club breaks ground on Banc of California Stadium
August 24, 2016
Banc of California Stadium will host a variety of community and cultural events, but has been designed with the soccer fan in mind ... read more »
Hall Legislation to Create Nation’s Strongest Wage Equality Law Approved by State Assembly
August 24, 2016
Data released by the National Women’s Law Center found African American women make only 83 cents for every dollar of Caucasian women ... read more »
It Was All Business at the 4th Annual VSEDC Mobile Retail and Food Truck Expo
August 19, 2016
More than 500 current business owners, start-up businesses and Wantreprenuers visited the 4th Annual Mobile Retail and Food Truck Expo at Los Angeles Trade Technical College on Saturday, August 13th, where 40 local companies and speakers were showcasing their products and services to help stimulate and support local business and job creation. The event was organized by Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation (VSEDC) in partnership with the Los Angeles Mayor’s Office of Economic Development, LA Economic Workforce Development department, American Mobile Retail Association and truck Manufacturer Kareem Carts. ... read more »
Dear Parents: The Conversation Just as Important as the Birds & Bees
August 17, 2016
As children begin to edge into adulthood another important topic that is almost as dreaded for both parents and kids: personal finance ... read more »
The New Face of Homeownership
August 17, 2016
Fifteen percent of recent homebuyers were single females, which makes them the second-largest recent home buying demographic after married couples ... read more »
Rainbow PUSH Global Automotive Summit to Refocus Diversity on Ethnic Minority Growth
August 17, 2016
The Rainbow PUSH Automotive Project, an initiative of the Citizenship Education Fund, recently announced the 17th Annual Rainbow PUSH Global Automotive Summit to be held on Friday, ... read more »
JP Morgan Chase CEO Talks Economic Challenges, Small Business Support at YWCA
August 17, 2016
Jamie Dimon, chairman and CEO of JPMorgan Chase, visited the YWCA of Greater Los Angeles recently to talk with area small business owners about some of the economic challenges facing the nation and what corporations like JPMorgan Chase are doing to support small businesses. ... read more »
Dainty Delights Provides A Culinary Experience
August 17, 2016
L.A. native Jasmine Smith studied public health during her undergraduate years at UC Berkeley and received her Master’s in Public health at UCLA. Now, she has plans to give up her full-time job to become an entrepreneur. ... read more »
Kevin D. Judd, Sworn in as 74th President of the National Bar Association
August 17, 2016
Judd, who is known for his proactive and strategic leadership style, is poised to lead the oldest and largest national voluntary association of predominantly African-American legal professionals. ... read more »
Reverend Jesse L. Jackson Commends Microsoft for Including Record Number of Minority, Women and Veteran Owned Firms in its $19 Billion debt offering
August 14, 2016
Microsoft said they brought in unique clients to the order book and received fees of 3.5% of the total deal economic ... read more »
Mary Kay Entrepreneur And Harvard MBA Reaches Pinnacle Of Success As Number One U.S. Independent National Sales Director
August 14, 2016
Detroit, Mich. Native is First African American Woman to Achieve Position with Beauty Company ... read more »
The NBMBAA® Entrepreneurial Institute Offers Business Leaders A Chance To Compete For $10,000
August 14, 2016
Finalists of the Innovation Whiteboard Challenge® to Compete in New Orleans ... read more »
Childhood dream fuels career success in transportation
August 11, 2016
Corrine Ralph serves as LADOT’s first female bureau chief A childhood attraction to transportation planning has become a career for Corrine Ralph. As the first female to head transit programs for the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), ... read more »
New Metro Los Angeles Boys and Girls Club CEO Plans for Organization’s Growth
August 10, 2016
Calvin Lyons said he is “beyond honored” to now be working as the CEO of Los Angeles’ Boys and Girls Club. Lyons is a Seattle transplant, where he in four years, implemented a budget plan that eliminated the organization’s nearly $10 million in debts and enabled it to recover and grow. He also helped pass King County’s six-year Best Starts for Kids levy, which generates approximately $65 million annually and is considered the nation’s most comprehensive approach to early childhood development. ... read more »
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