Within their first year of business, their company, INTL Realty Partners, cleared over $1.5 million in revenue. The now-married couple focuses their efforts on property development by serving a higher purpose.
Fear gripped financial markets around the world Monday as stock prices and bond yields plunge on worries about the effects of a new coronavirus.
The Black UpStart, a rapidly growing organization that teaches aspiring Black entrepreneurs how to start thriving, sustainable and profitable businesses, held its second boot camp to help reenergize and restimulate Black Wall Street.
14-year old JeNoah Lee and his father, Ya’Hawkquah Lee, have started a clothing business called URBAN Stereotype that focuses on empowerment, and positive cultural diversity.
In conjunction with the launch and to celebrate Black History Month and the firm’s 40th anniversary, Overland-Tandberg will ring the closing bell at the Nasdaq MarketSite in Times Square.
Debonair Barber Den is an untraditional barbering location that sets an ambiance of high-class men’s grooming with a spectacular view of the city.
The former Sacramento mayor, Kevin Johnson, pointed out that there are 47 million Black Americans, more than the population of Australia: “so if we came together and got on the same page, there ain’t nothing that we can’t do,” he said.