Archive for the 'Ecomonics' Category

Africa’s Wealthiest Man (Aliko Dangote) Opens Country’s Second Largest Cement Plant

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The Fly Or Die Commerce Report: How Much Money Do Banks Make From Fees?

According to Money magazine’s July 2015 issue, Americans pay $7 billion annually on basic bank charges for things like “failing to meet minimum balance requirements and monthly account maintenance.” Americans also pay approximately $32 billion a year for overdraft fees. Tweet

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Martin Luther King Jr. On Black Economics & War

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Tiguidanke Camara: From Fashion Model To Mining Mogul & More

“I’m a daughter of Africa. It may be business, but at the end of the day I want to see my continent succeed.” Tweet

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Book Excerpt Of The Week: “Black Wall Street” By: Hannibal Johnson

“As segregation ended, white merchants broke the virtual lock on black dollars that the once insular African-American community held. Ultimately, the outflow of black dollars from the Greenwood District, first drip by drip, then in a steady stream, and finally in torrents, left a parched, barren wasteland- failing businesses, deserted streets, and vacant buildings. The […]

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Detroit’s 11-Year-Old CEO

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The Fly Or Die Commerce Report: What State Has The Most New Businesses?

According to Money Magazine’s March 2015 issue, the following states are the top five states in the U.S. to have an emergence of new businesses. The results are adjusted according to population. 1) Montana 2) Alaska 3) South Dakota 4) California 5) Colorado I’m surprised New York, which is known as “The Empire State,” isn’t […]

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TODAY IS BUY BLACK FRIDAY

PLEASE PASS THIS ON! (EACH ONE TEACH ONE OR TWO!) THIS IS PHASE ONE ON HOW WE CAN HELP TO STRENGTHEN & EMPOWER OUR COMMUNITY: The 2008 not guilty verdict in the Sean Bell case evoked outrage, emotion, and debate. It is not an anomaly that the police officers involved in the Sean Bell slaying […]

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Americans & Taxes

“Prior to passage of the 16th Amendment to the Constitution in 1913, taxes on income were illegal in the United States. Since the introduction of the personal income tax, the average American works almost 7 months of each year just to pay taxes.” -From, “Empower The People” By: Tony Brown Tweet

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New Documentary On Black Economics

I don’t know who’s producing this movie. I hope it’s a Black production company. However, the trailer looks very interesting. Tweet

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