If you’ve missed some of our biggest business stories this week, we’ve got you. Here’s a roundup of some of the biggest stories Black Enterprise recently covered.
- The Tournament of Roses finally elects its first African American president in its 130-year history.
- Women of Power career coach, Marsha Haygood, shares her best career advice in a five-part series.
- It’s been three weeks since the release of Black Panther, but the film is still crushing it in tat box office.
- Citibank says it will refund $335 million back to credit card holders it overcharged.
- AMC Networks will pay BET Founder Robert L. Johnson $16 million for his streaming company.
- Disney announced it is donating $1 million to the Girls and Boys Club of America.
- A new study shows Black Twitter has the media landscape shook!
- 35-year-old CDC doctor is still missing in Atlanta.
- Black Panther movie is sending demands for African attire through the roof.
- From Nike to Master P to Kevin Durant, athletes and celebrities are up for doing good this time of the year.
- Black construction company projects $70 million revenue boost from Barack Obama Presidential Center project.
- White male employees aren’t thrilled when women or people of color become CEOs, a new study shows.
- 50 Cent admits he does not own or has ever owned any bitcoin.
- Disney CEO hints at a Black Panther theme park ride.
- Ava DuVernay partners with Netflix, HBO, and OWN to send underprivileged youth to Hollywood.
- The NAACP has filed a racial discrimination lawsuit against Capital One Bank in the state of Texas.
- President Trump’s tax plan could slow home value growth in the next three years.
“We are committed to running a business of excellence. Clearly we have work to do, and I walk in knowing that there’s a lot that I don’t know. But I do know how to lead, and how to effect necessary change in an organization,” Cynthia Marshall, Dallas Maverick’s new CEO said in an exclusive interview with Black Enterprise.
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