Brazil: Economy Falls Into a Recession

BBC News Latin America is reporting that Brazil has fallen into a recession just one month before the general election. This...

Metalworkers Strike Ends in South Africa

BBC Africa is reporting that a four-week strike in South Africa has come to an end after the country's largest trade...

African American Families: Balancing Business and Family

On a summer evening, Karen Tappin pulls up to collect her 6-year old daughter from a full day of African, tap,...

Battle of the Billionaires: Suitors Emerge to Buy Embattled LA Clippers

The bidding war has begun. Apparently, Donald Sterling’s estranged wife has been quite busy. She allegedly met with billionaire Antony Ressler...

Egypt Presidential Election: More Women Voting Than Men?

Aljazeera is reporting that Egypt's presidential election has entered a second and final day, with former army chief Abdel Fatah el-Sisi...

Brandon Marshall Signs Extension and Pledges $1M to Fight Mental Health

Chicago Bears wide received Brandon Marshall has signed a $30 million contract extension with the Chicago Bears. Marshall, who says he...

China to Build New East African Railway

BBC News Africa is reporting that formal agreements for plans to build a new railway line in East Africa with Chinese...

Netflix Goes Spanish: Releasing First Original Spanish Series

Justin Bachman of Businessweek is reporting that Netflix (NFLX) is releasing its first original non-English-language series after expanding to 41 countries...

Don Sterling: Economic Response by Fans Needed to Combat Racism

The racist, reprehensible statements allegedly made by LA Clippers owner, Donald Sterling, are sparking outrage across America. The players wore generic...

Kanye West and Common Join Urban League to Create 20,000 Youth Jobs

Writing for, Jamilah King is reporting that iconic rappers Kanye West and Common are teaming up with the Chicago Urban...

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