Queen Bey is generating buzz over her streetwear-inspired clothing line, Beyhive, which launched earlier this week.
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A comedienne’s terrifying recent experience with a Lyft driver and a lawsuit against Uber have added new urgency to conversations about the safety of rideshare apps for women and families.
Felena Hanson launched her own co-working space Hera Hub in 2011. And then WeWork became a household name. But that’s been great for business, she says.
As more cities and states enact legislation to ensure contracting opportunities for LGBT business owners, advocates rejoice – and set their sights on federal-level policy shifts.
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MyCorporation.com CEO Deborah Sweeney explains why, when and how small business owners need to apply for tax extension.
Addie Olutola’s African fashion brand, D’iyanu, made $2.5 million in revenue last year – thanks in part to the release of a blockbuster, Oscar-winning film featuring African prints.
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