Hillary Clinton vists Community Coalition

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton returned to Los Angeles, and one of her stops was in South Los Angeles. The former first lady, New York senator and U.S. secretary of state appeared with U.S. Representative Karen Bass and Los Angeles ...

Walmart inivites manufacturers to pitch USA-made product

Walmart, the world’s largest retailer, is looking for entrepreneurs to pitch their made-in-the-USA products to the company’s buyers in a daylong event at Walmart’s global headquarters in Bentonville, Ark., on June 28. “We are opening our doors and making our ...

Black Writers On Tour conference

Rosie Milligan, Ph.D., brings the largest Black cultural event for Southern California—the Black Writers On Tour Writers’ Conference and the Southern California Black Business Expo together all under one roof in Carson.

Fed’s hiring practices void of diversity, says Rep. Maxine Waters

U.S. Representative Maxine Waters recently took the federal government’s financial services agencies to task for

Google has been breaking the law in Russia

The company has been found guilty of forcing Russian vendors to preload Android smartphone devices with Google apps and banning them from installing services offered by rival search engines.

Who wins when global currencies tumble?

The Brazilian real has lost 28% against the dollar just this year. The Turkish lira 20%, Colombian peso 23% and the Indonesian rupiah is down 11% versus the dollar in 2015.

Watts businesses today similar to those of 50 years ago

By the time the Watts civil unrest took place in 1965, Chambers Shine Parlor and Repair had spent nearly a decade serving customers in the community near the intersection of Manchester Boulevard and Central Avenue.

Watts celebrates

Watts residents enjoyed a bright and sunny summer day as they danced, listened to live music, and ate good food at Ted Watkins Park this Saturday during the 49th annual Watts Summer Festival.

Prepping for college 101

Whether you’re an incoming freshman or entering your senior year, the transition to campus life requires mental and logistical preparation. For a smooth move, prepare in advance.

How to lower your mortgage payments

Are you a homeowner who is current on your mortgage and looking to lower your interest rate? Alternatively, would you like to shorten your mortgage term and build equity faster?

How much acetaminophen a day is safe?

Canada’s top health agency is considering lowering the maximum recommended daily dose of acetaminophen, the active ingredient in Tylenol and other pain relievers.

Do you know how much college will really cost your family?

Paying for college? Look beyond the tuition price tag when making your financial plans and you will encounter many expenses not listed in school brochures. Be aware of these costs. Determine in advance how you’ll pay for them and even ...

Managed Career Solutions, Garcetti to help veterans seeking jobs

Managed Career Solutions (MCS), an organization that provides employment assistance to Los Angeles residents, joined Mayor Eric Garcetti’s 10,000 Strong Veterans Career Summit initiative on July 13 and served on the event’s organizing committee. The summit, themed “Empowering Veterans with ...

High unemployment continues for African Americans

For the second consecutive month, the U.S. unemployment rate has remained essentially unchanged at 5.5 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. But as usual, the rate for African Americans remains high—nearly double the national rate at 10.2 percent, ...

Gov. Brown appoints Gene Hale to business council

Gene Hale, chairman of the Greater Los Angeles African American Chamber of Commerce, has been appointed to the California International Trade and Investment Advisory Council. Hale is the chief executive officer at G&C Equipment Corporation and president of Gence Corporation ...