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Economics Needs More Minorities, Women, Says Federal Reserve Chair
Janet Yellen addressed the lack of diversity among economists at the National Summit on Diversity i...


Black Unemployment Rate Held Steady in October
The Black unemployment rate held steady in October at 9.2 percent....


Black Unemployment Ticked Up in August
National jobless rate fell slightly....


A-Trak Wants to Expand Fool's Gold Day Off Into a City-to-City Festival
The Fool's Gold founder talks Day Off this weekend and what you can expect....


This Day in Black History: Feb. 26, 1966
Andrew Brimmer became first Black governor of the Federal Reserve on Feb. 26, 1966....


This Day in Black History: March 9, 1966
Andrew F. Brimmer became the first Black governor of the Federal Reserve Board on March 9, 1966....


AP Source: Obama Was Considered Potential Target
A Bangladeshi man snared in an FBI terror sting considered targeting President Barack Obama and the...


Government Group Says Federal Reserve Banks Lack Diversity
New audit says few minorities serve in high-level roles....


Bernanke Calls for More Lending to Troubled Areas
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is calling for more lending to people and small businesses in...


Commentary: The Shutdown's Consequences
NAACP president Ben Jealous comments on the real-life impact of the government shutdown....


Charles Lollar Throws Hat into Maryland's Governor's Race
Black Republican Charles Lollar has formally launched a Maryland gubernatorial campaign with a push...


Is There a Disconnect Between Minorities With Advanced Degrees and Employment?
A new report by the Federal Reserve’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion shows the central bank has ...


This Day in Black History: Oct. 17, 1888
Capital Savings Bank, the first bank organized and operated by African-Americans, was organized in ...


Commentary: How Kain Colter and Student-Athletes Won at Northwestern
Labor board rules in favor of student-athletes in their effort to form a union to get paid for play...


Dodd-Frank Ready for Congressional Close-Up
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican lawmakers this week will test their strategy of stifling th...


U.S. Economy Healthier, Not Yet Well: Fed's Dudley
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. economy is heading in the right direction and will pick up steam over...


Republican Presidential Candidates Bring Fiery Debate to Las Vegas
Herman Cain’s tax plan, healthcare and Occupy Wall Street among hot topics on the table....


Obama to world leaders: Must help on economy, too
Under worldwide pressure | President Barack Obama told global leaders Wednesday the burden is on th...


Pessimism Pervades as G20 Leaders Show Sharp Split
SEOUL, South Korea – A strong sense of pessimism shrouded the start of an economic summit of ...


Calif. lawmakers want foreclosure investigation
More than 30 House members from California are calling on federal regulators to investigate whether...

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