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This summer, students are planning their own return to the office

By: Mambu Sherman, Vice President, Global Philanthropy, JPMorgan Chase & Co. With offices and workplaces closed during the pandemic, many young people looking for work...

T-shirts? Ice cream? Retailers cash in on Juneteenth

By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO AP Retail Writer NEW YORK (AP) — Retailers and marketers have been quick to commemorate Juneteenth with an avalanche of merchandise from...

1st Impression provides job interview clothes for men

Thousands of men are released from jails and prisons every year in search of employment. On the road to recovery, many do not have...

Urban One to purchase Indy-based Emmis Communications

Urban One has entered into a purchasing agreement to buy Indianapolis-based Emmis Communications, the media companies announced June 13. The sale, pending approval from the...

Financial literacy program to teach everything from budgeting to risk management

OneAmerica and the American College of Financial Services will launch a virtual financial literacy program in August. The program is available for anyone but...

New beginnings for Kountry Kitchen

Standing on what once was a place of tragedy, the owners of Kountry Kitchen Soul Food Place, Cynthia and Issac Wilson, now see the...

Recorder partners with InnoPower for Minority Business Conference Live

The Recorder will partner with InnoPower and Circle City Broadcasting to broadcast the fourth annual Minority Business Conference Live on June 16 and 17. The...

Will federal money to close Indiana’s digital gap help all who need it most?

In March 2020, Herron-Riverside High School Head Katie Dorsey said, “It was like the floodgates opened.” When instruction went virtual, the demand for support to...

Commuting problems: Central Indiana’s lack of public transportation limits access to good jobs

Not everyone in Central Indiana has access to a good job with family-sustaining wages. For many in Marion County the problem is transportation: an...

Hoosiers try to find footing in job market

Kimberly Simmons has heard the tropes about people being too lazy and not wanting to work. It’s a tempting analysis with all of the...

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