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Coke is giving its cans a makeover

Coca-Cola is fighting for your attention. The company is unveiling a new look for flavored Coke products this month, and it has a new Coke variety coming in a few weeks. It's part of the company's renewed focus on its ...

What is C-band 5G? Verizon and AT&T are flipping on the switch in the US

The next-generation of wireless technology is now even faster for 5G users in some parts of the country.

Goldman Sachs One Million Black Women Announces Latest Round of Investments, Partnerships and Grants to Kick Off 2022

One Million Black Women announces new investments, impactful partnerships and philanthropic grants for 17 leading organizations and projects across the country to lift up Black women and girls.

PERRY HOMES NOW SELLING NEW HOMES IN AUDUBON COMMUNITY IN MAGNOLIA

Perry Homes, one of the largest and most trusted builders in Texas, is expanding in Magnolia.

Black Family-Owned Construction Firm Awarded 7 Multi-Million Contracts Including JFK Airport

Meet Darrell K. Choates, Sr., his father, his son, and his grandson (that’s 4 generations), the owners of Choates G Contracting LLC, a Black-owned construction firm headquartered in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The company has recently scored — not one or two ...

Microsoft to acquire Activision Blizzard in $68.7 billion deal

Microsoft on Tuesday announced plans to acquire Activision Blizzard in a blockbuster deal worth nearly $70 billion. It's one of the biggest acquisitions in the tech industry in recent years, one that will boost Microsoft's standing in the growing gaming ...

McDonald's Set to Pay $33.5M for Racial Discrimination Lawsuit

It’s genuinely cheaper not to be racist. Herb Washington once owned 27 McDonald’s restaurants, and now he will receive $33.5 million from the corporation after a recent lawsuit.

These 37 Bed Bath & Beyond store are closing

Bed Bath & Beyond revealed the locations of 37 of the approximately 200 stores it plans close by the end of this year.

Tech's biggest event starts this week. Here's what to expect

CES, typically one of the year's biggest tech trade shows, is moving forward with plans to host an in-person component this week despite looming threats of the Omicron Covid-19 variant.

Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation Launches $2M Grant to HBCU Scholarship Program

The Ralph Lauren Corporate Foundation announced a $2 million commitment to support scholarships for Black, African and African American students, including those at Morehouse College, Spelman College and 10 additional historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) through the United Negro ...

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas Offering Quality, Affordable Plans During Open Enrollment

The Open Enrollment season is here and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) will be offering multiple health plan options — some with $0 co-pays — as part of its continuing commitment to provide quality, cost-effective health care ...

Toyota is spending $35 billion on electric cars to close gap on rivals

Toyota is pumping more than $35 billion into electric vehicles as it tries to catch up with other global automakers in the race to cleaner cars.

National Black Business Chamber champion Harry C. Alford dies

It is with great sadness that our Warrior Leader and President/CEO and Co-Founder of the National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), Harry C. Alford, transitioned Monday, December 6, in Washington, DC. He was preceded in death by his wife, Kay ...

Tax Season is Here. Prepare for the Best with The Best, Paid In Full Enterprises LLC.

Taxes are Taxed and there is no going around it. In addition to paying the salaries of government workers, your tax dollars help to support common resources, such as police and firefighters.

Kiss those juicy post-holiday clearance sales goodbye

If you're the kind of shopper who holds out for the bigger and better year-end deals after Christmas, you could be out of luck this season. Come January, those ridiculously-deep clearance sales might be much harder to find.

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