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Number of Black Owned Beauty Stores on the rise

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Temika Morris says customers are usually surprised when they see her, but it brings them a sense of pride to see a black woman owning a beauty-supply store that serves people like her. The 37-year-old turned her passion for hair into a reality by creating, along with her daughter, Ms. Melanin Beauty Supply and Salon…

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SoLo Raises $1.2 million to Take on the Peer-to-Peer Lending Industry

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Peer-to-peer (P2P) lending is disrupting the financial industry via online platforms that provide individuals and businesses with more innovative lending and borrowing options. Options like SoLo, a mobile peer-to-peer lending exchange that provides affordable access to low-value funds. We spoke with CEO/Co-founder, Travis Holoway to find out more about the company and its plans. What inspired you to create…

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17 Black Owned Businesses in Ohio

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Ohio is home to some amazing Black owned businesses. Check these out and let us know which ones we missed! Black Owned Businesses in Ohio Island Frydays is a casual destination for Jamaican jerk chicken, along with seafood, sandwiches & sides. Eddy’s Chicken and Waffles specialty is Chicken and Waffles but they also have a unique lunch…

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LISNR: The Black Owned Business that Raised over $10 Million and is Disrupting the Mobile Technology Industry

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I have a huge appreciation for disruptive technology. That’s why I was excited to discover LISNR, a Cincinnati based business that is easily one of the most disruptive companies within the mobile communication industry. I chatted with Rodney Williams, the co-founder and CEO of LISNR.  This is what he had to say: SB: What is…

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