WASHINGTON — Having endured what was surely a record-shattering slump last quarter, the U.S. economy faces a dim outlook as a resurgent coronavirus intensifies doubts about any sustained recovery the rest of the year.
A federal judge on Tuesday ruled in favor of a group of New York Uber and Lyft drivers who sued the state for taking too long to send their unemployment checks.
McDonald's is having a rough year, as shown in another dismal quarterly earnings report -- but there are signs of recent improvement.
Visitors to the Soul Fire Farm Facebook page on Friday afternoons will find a virtual farming lesson in session.
Serial entrepreneur Tayyib Smith remembers seeing Jesse Jackson, Barack Obama, and a dead body all on 52nd Street in West Philadelphia — not all at the same time, of course.
The streets of New York were crowded with protesters when Shantell Martin received an email from an ad agency last month.
NEW YORK — Target is joining Walmart in closing its stores on Thanksgiving Day, ending a decade-long tradition of jump starting Black Friday door buster sales.
Money transfer apps including Venmo, Cash App and PayPal have surged in popularity during the pandemic as people seek safe, contactless ways to send and receive money. Unfortunately, many people don’t understand the limitations of these payment platforms or how they can put someone’s finance…
When Bill Gates went before Congress 22 years ago to respond to claims that Microsoft was unfairly muscling out its competition, he offered what’s since become a familiar Silicon Valley refrain.
Actors, activists and performing arts organizations are staging a 48-hour protest over the handling of anti-Semitic posts on social media over the weekend by a popular British rapper.
Gold prices have soared to a record high, with investors rushing to find safe places to park their money as concerns grow about a resurgence in the coronavirus and the impact that could have on the global economy.
WASHINGTON — Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said Saturday that Republicans were set to roll out the next COVID-19 aid package Monday and assured there was backing from the White House after he and President Donald Trump's top aide met to salvage the $1 trillion proposal that had floundere…
Barry Lawson Williams has a message for companies: Find new Black candidates to serve on your board.
Uncle Sam wants YOU to dig under your couch cushions and unearth your spare change.
With summer blockbusters pushing back their release dates because of coronavirus, AMC Theatres is delaying its opening once again.
The owner of Ann Taylor and Lane Bryant, which just a few years ago was one of the country’s largest clothing retailers for women and girls, filed for bankruptcy Thursday, after declining sales and high debt were exacerbated by store closures mandated by coronavirus lockdowns.
Jide Zeitlin, the chief executive of Tapestry and one of only four Black chief executives in the Fortune 500, resigned on Tuesday. The unexpected move came after the company’s board was made aware of a misconduct allegation involving Zeitlin and hired a law firm to investigate, according to …
The popular watermelon stand on the corner of 83rd Street and Lindbergh Boulevard, across from St. Paul’s AME Church, is a staple in the community.
Shoppers eager for a 75% off lightning deal on their favorite toothbrush holder will have to wait a little longer.
Donavan West has left his post as president and CEO of the African American Chamber of Commerce of Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware.