Business & Economy

Vapers of the world are in for a rude awakening soon with the FDA's new plan to ban Juul e-cigarettes following a two-year investigation.

Black Voters Matter co-founder LaTosha Brown never minces words. Once again, she hit it out of the park in remarks about the "disconnect" between reporting on the economy and people's actual economic conditions.  

Olbali CEO, Courtney Adeleye, shares gems on how to navigate entrepreneurship in beauty and beyond.

Everything Legendary will be the featured plant-based burger option at Live Nation venues & festivals, including House of Blues restaurants. 

Dana Dorsey was a bustling real estate mogul who built a massive wealth fortress by acquiring land and real estate throughout Miami.

A special ice cream flavor that Walmart is promoting for Juneteenth has many people across social media up in arms over the audacity. 

The Biden-Harris Administration recently announced that changes are being made to student loan programs that will result in 40,000 borrowers having their student debt immediately wiped.  

The NAACP is focusing on welfare fraud in Mississippi specifically that caused over $94 million in misspending from 2017 to 2019, and they're calling on the Department of Justice to investigate and fully prosecute those at fault. 

While it is not technically illegal, at least 55 major corporations pay no corporate taxes.  

Students at Virginia-based HBCU Hampton University got a pleasant surprise this week after learning that all balances from the Spring 2022 semester will be wiped, in addition to a halt in tuition, fees, room and board for the fall semester as well.

Our money expert, Jini Thornton explains why the president pushed back payments again and who this affects.