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Marriott Slapped with $300G Discrimination Lawsuit Filed by Black Woman Over ‘No Party Policy’

A California woman filed a $300,000 lawsuit against Marriott on Monday, claiming she was singled out because of her race when asked to sign a “no party policy” before checking into her Portland hotel room.

Resolving to Start a Business? Website Trends to Consider for 2020

Is your New Year’s resolution the big step of starting a business? One of the first things you’ll need to do is build a website. Today a website is not only your brand, but it also provides the tools you ...

Why businesses need to rethink diversity training

Within the past couple of years, Starbucks and Sephora have come under fire for racial insensitivity. They responded to the criticism and negative publicity by closing their stores for companywide diversity training.

H-E-B Makes Things Better at the Houston Food Bank

An ammonia leak destroying 1.8 million pounds of food is the last thing that folks at the Houston Food Bank wanted to deal with, especially during this time of year. But thank goodness for community partners. H-E-B, known for making ...

Make Small Business Saturday More Than a One-Time Event

November 30, 2019, is Small Business Saturday®. Starting in 2010, American Express designated this day—the Saturday after Thanksgiving each year—to encourage people to "Shop Small." The financial services company reports that since the commemoration began, "Consumers have reported spending an ...

Outreach Ministry Of A Prominent Houston Area Church Stays Committed For Over 25 Years To Entrepreneurship & Education

The CEO Ministry Present The Entrepreneur Weekend 2019 December 13th-15th at the Kingdom Builders' Center. FREE and OPEN to the PUBLIC.

Macy's Kicks Off Its Annual Believe Campaign Benefitting Make-A-Wish

For every letter sent, Macy’s will donate $1 to Make-A-Wish, up to $1 million

Interview: Entrepreneur, Leadership Coach & Breast Cancer Survivor Dr. Jacque Colbert Pledges to Provide Mammograms To Save Lives

Dr. Jacque Colbert shares her experience and insight with Houston Style Magazine about her initiative to change lives

HomeGoods to Open Store In Houston On November 3rd

HomeGoods, the leading off-price home décor store, will open an approximately 20,516 square-foot store in Houston (West University) on Sunday, November 3rd at 8:00 a.m. The new store is located in the Weslayan Plaza at 5540 Weslayan Street. This will ...

The Greater Houston Black Chamber Announces Winners of Coveted Pinnacle and Upstart Awards at the 25th Annual Celebration of Black Business Excellence

The Greater Houston Black Chamber (GHBC) held its 25th Annual Pinnacle Awards at the Marriott Marquis Houston Hotel, where several of Houston’s best and most promising black-owned businesses received high honors.

My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream and Color Factory Team Up to Celebrate Color and Play in Houston

My/Mo Mochi Ice Cream is thrilled to announce the extension of its partnership with Color Factory at their newest location in Houston, set to open on October 26th. As attendees experience art and color in a playful way, they will ...

New HomeGoods Coming to Houston on 11/3

HomeGoods, the leading off-price home décor store, will open an approximately 20,516 square-foot store in Houston (West University) on Sunday, November 3rd at 8:00 a.m. The new store is located in the Weslayan Plaza at 5586 Weslayan Street. This will ...

Teriyaki Madness Celebrates Transformative 2019 With The Opening of its New Corporate Shop in Downtown Denver on October 21

Heretofore let it be known: On October 21, home is no longer just where the heart is—it's where the teriyaki is, too. Ahead of its annual conference being held in the Mile High City, fast casual teriyaki shop concept Teriyaki ...

Comcast to Honor Some of Houston’s Finest During Hispanic Heritage Month

In celebration of this year’s Hispanic Heritage Month, Comcast will honor eight community volunteers at the fourth-annual Comcast Hispanic Hero Awards. The honorees will be recognized for their commitment to making a difference in the community through volunteerism, mentorship, advocacy ...

Walmart Will No Longer Sell Ammo for Handguns And the AR-15

Walmart announced Tuesday that it will discontinue sales of ammunition designed for handguns and military-style rifles such as the AR-15.

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