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Jay Z sells 33% of Tidal Streaming Service to Sprint

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Ever since Tidal launched in the U.S., there have been rumors about who would eventually acquire the music streaming service. There were reports of companies like Samsung and Apple being possible purchasers. Now, we don’t have to guess any longer. On Monday, Jay Z announced that Sprint has acquired 33% of Tidal as part of a…

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9 Innclusive Hosts to Book for your Trip to DC

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There are many reasons to visit Washington, DC in 2017. This month alone, thousands of people from around the country and the world will be visiting the extremely popular National Museum of African American History and Culture as well as visiting the MLK monument and taking part in various marches in demonstrations. We always talk…

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Several Ways Black Businesses Can Attract Investors

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Black businesses generate over $180 billion in revenue each year and create over 1 million jobs.  Also, Black women are the fastest growing segment of new entrepreneurs in the US. Unfortunately, establishments owned and operated by Black entrepreneurs are least likely to receive funding from investors. Ade Omitowoju of Groundwork  chats with us about the…

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20 Black Owned Eateries in DC

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The nation’s capital is home to many Black owned eateries that are waiting to offer you some great food and entertainment. Here are just a few: Black Owned Eateries in DC Ben’s Chili Bowl is a landmark eatery serving chili, sandwiches, and burgers. Bukom Cafe offers West African food and live music in a casual setting. The…

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Magnolia Yoga Studio: The First Black Owned Yogo Studio in New Orleans

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I took my first yoga class a couple years ago. I was initially reluctant because I didn’t consider yoga to be a real workout. I was sadly mistaken. That class kicked my ass and forced me to put some “respek” on yoga’s name. I now understand how important the art form of yoga is, and was eager to…

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Jembere Eyewear Owner Has Her Sights on Global Success

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Jembere is an affordable luxury eyewear brand inspired by the rich culture of Ethiopia. We caught up with founder, Abaynesh Jembere to learn more about her and her business. SB: What inspired you to start your business and why eyewear specifically? AJ: I always knew I wanted to be an entrepreneur. When I was 17 I wanted to…

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21 Black Owned Dapper Brands

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Dressing dapper means many things to many people. Depending on who you ask, it could mean wearing a three piece suit or your favorite fedora with the outfit of you choice. Thankfully, there are several Black owned businesses that offer options for perfecting your personal style. Photo Credit: Kia Chenelle. Black Owned Dapper Brands Maurice Sedwell offers style, elegance…

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19 Businesses and Organizations Owned by Black Children

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I love reading about businesses, especially those owned by brilliant Black children! What’s amazing is that alot of these kids are barely of driving age and they are already OG’s in the business game. Congrats to them and kudos to the parents and other adults that are providing them with guidance and support. Businesses and Organizations Owned by Black…

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A Conversation with Marc Williamson, Owner of FlameKeepers Hat Club

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As the aspiring owner of a fly a$$ hat collection, FlameKeepers Hat Cllub looks like a candy store to me. This Harlem-based, upscale hat store offers an array of sophisticated hats in many styles. We caught up with the owner, Marx Williams. This is what he had to say: SB: What inspired you to start…

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6 Black Owned Social Enterprises

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I love the business model that social enterprises incorporate. They make money while doing good and making a difference. What could be better than that?! Here are some national and international social enterprises we’ve come across and are impressed by. Black Owned Social Enterprises The Because of Them, We Can campaign was birthed out of…

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