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Bacon Bits: Social innovation

Last week’s Bacon Bits talked about the innate creativity and ingenuity that Black people possess. This week, we will talk about how creativity and...

Shifting the lending paradigm

I am a second-generation entrepreneur. My grandfather owned a gas station in east Cleveland for many years and endured being an African American entrepreneur...

Business leader, who is openly gay, announces gubernatorial run

Josh Owens, 34, announced Sept. 16 his candidacy for governor. Owens, CEO of SupplyKick, will run as a Democrat.“I’m running for governor now because...

Business leader, who is openly gay, announces gubernatorial run

Josh Owens, 34, announced Sept. 16 his candidacy for governor. Owens, CEO of SupplyKick, will run as a Democrat.“I’m running for governor now because...

Indiana Minority Business Magazine to honor women business leaders

The Indiana Minority Business Magazine will honor 12 women who have excelled as business professionals and community leaders during the 2017 Summer Golden Laurel...

Corner Bakery Cafe to Cause Cravings in Carmel with State’s First Location

Carmel residents are going to crave this: Corner Bakery Cafe, the fast-casual restaurant known for its fresh, ingredient-inspired food, will open Indiana’s first location...

Ball Up Million Dollar Summer Challenge recount

Ball Up is one of the leading street-ball brands in the world and is the home to arguably some of the most talented athletes...

TCC donating 100,000 backpacks full of school supplies to children across the US

Greater Indianapolis area residents are about to benefit from a national backpack giveaway campaign. TCC, the largest Verizon Premium Wireless Retailer in the U.S.,...

Four Secrets To Success From The First Black Woman To Own A Billion-Dollar Business

Janice Bryant Howroyd left her North Carolina hometown in 1976 with $900 in her pocket to start a business that would help others find employment....

Minority Banks Shut Out of Federal Tax-Credit Program

Minority-owned banks are crying foul about the federal government snubbing them for tax credits they say could generate economic development in the nation's most...
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