Black billionaire shares secret to success with young black men

Young Black men need to see a role model who succeeded in the sciences and finance, Robert Smith says.

New black-owned employment portal launches

CareerWebPages, LLC has announced the launch of its employment portal website that will allow the public to search for jobs.

GWERC nonprofit targets economic investment, development in Whitehaven

With its board of directors formally announced and an executive committee in place and laser-focused, GWERC is accelerating toward the goal of economic growth that will benefit businesses and residents in Whitehaven.

MONEY MATTERS: Feeling confident: Steps to saving more

Small but smart moves with your workplace retirement plan can add up to a nice nest egg as you enter retirement.

Ebony latest to leave Chicago for L.A.

Los Angeles has lured another black icon away from the Windy City. The company that now owns EBONY and Jet magazines recently announced that the editorial teams for both mags will relocate to Tinsel Town.


Build that college fund the smart way: Start early and use a 529 plan.

TSDtv: Talking Business and Burgers

McDonald's franchisee Darrell Byrd chats with TSD Publisher Bernal E. Smith II.


If you’re changing jobs, be careful with your 401(k).


Working for yourself — and your future.

Moving On Up! Dr. Kimberly Williams Collins

UTHSC taps Williams Collins for psychology post.


Is it wise to trade your pension for a lump sum?


Saving for college tuition? There’s a 529 plan for that.

Aspiring black homeowners targeted at Community Wealth Building Day

The Memphis Chapter of the National Association of Real Estate Brokers (NAREB) held its 2nd annual Community Wealth Builders event this past Saturday. The event provided information to aspiring homeowners about various financial programs.

THE MOVE: Tri-State Bank of Memphis is taking its headquarters to Whitehaven

Seventy-year-old firm to exit downtown and relocate its main retail branch by May 31.

MONEY MATTERS: Should you add real estate to your portfolio?

It’s not a bad idea, but here are a few things to consider first.