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Sears could be running out of time

Time is running out for Sears. The bankrupt retailer could be forced to start the process of shutting down as soon as Tuesday if it doesn't accept the only bid to save it.

Tim Cook has a really big iPhone problem

Apple has been fighting gravity for years, and it's starting to lose the battle.

Disneyland raising prices for tickets, parking

Just months before the opening of a new Star Wars-themed land, Disneyland announced price increases for the Anaheim theme park, according to a Disney spokesperson.

Updated: Mastermind Behind Church Space Wins Best Pitch For Start-Up Capital And Prizes At The Texas Black Expo's CEO Round Table

Pitch participant Day Edwards with Church Space gets selected to pitch at the Texas Black Expo's CEO Roundtable.

The Original Frenchy’s Prepares for Big Move for Church Expansion

For 49 years, chicken lovers have known that the best chicken in town was on the corner of Scott and Wheeler at Frenchy’s. The Creole spices filled the air drawing customers in for miles just to get a 5-wing special, ...

Black Marriott Exec Was Compared to 'Buckwheat,' Told to Dance for Colleagues, Lawsuit Alleges

A former sales executive for Marriott Vacations Worldwide alleges in a lawsuit that he was asked to dance during meetings as entertainment for other employees and that a photo of the character Buckwheat was used to represent him during a ...

Shea Moisture Founder Richelieu Dennis to Transform Madam C.J. Walker’s Estate into Training Center for Black Women Entrepreneurs

In this 100th year anniversary of its completion, the historic Villa Lewaro estate of the nation’s first self-made female millionaire and beauty pioneer, Madam C.J. Walker, has been purchased.

Coca-Cola Executive G. Scott Uzzell Named President & CEO of Converse, Inc. by NIKE

NIKE has named Florida A&M University alumni and FAMU Foundation Board member, G. Scott Uzzell, President and CEO of Converse, Inc., the company announced Friday, Dec 21.

Interviewing while Black: How race affects salary negotiations

We talk a lot about the gender pay gap in the United States. Rightfully so. It is shameful that women made only 80.5 cents for every $1 earned by their male counterparts in 2017, according to data from the Institute ...

Amazon helps man start trucking company

Steve Dance has been around big rigs all of his life, riding in trucks since he was about six to eight years old. Dance is the owner of Dance Logistics on Indianapolis's southeast side.

Houston Get Its First-Ever Shared Space Designed For Churches

Are you a pastor or presider over a congregation needing a facility for worship? Look no further, Houston get its first-ever space designed for churches.

Remax Southwest to Better Serve Customers with U-Haul

U-Haul Company of Texas is pleased to announce that Remax Southwest has signed on as a U-Haul® neighborhood dealer to serve the Sugar Land community.

McDonald's has a plan to reduce antibiotics in beef

McDonald's says it will reduce the use of antibiotics in its beef around the world. Like many others, the restaurant chain uses antibiotics to treat sick animals in its supply chain. According to the World Health Organization, the overuse and ...

Verizon says its media business is essentially worthless

Verizon just admitted that its media business, Oath, is essentially worthless.

Judges grill DOJ on claims that District Court erred in approval of AT&T-Time Warner merger

A panel of three appellate judges aggressively questioned the Justice Department Thursday over its argument to overturn District Court Judge Richard Leon's approval of AT&T's acquisition of Time Warner.