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Savor the Derby: 5 Black-Owned Restaurants to Visit During Kentucky's Celebrated Race

From soul food to innovative cuisine, enrich your Kentucky Derby adventure with delicious culinary stops.

6 Black-Owned Businesses HBCU Students Should Shop

In honor of Black History Month, we’ve compiled a list of Black-owned businesses students will love to shop.

2023 Holiday Gift Guide: 10 Black-Owned Brands To Shop

From stocking stuffers to presents that take up major real estate under the tree, these gifts also help support Black entrepreneurs and their businesses.
Ingrid Best launched IBest Wines in 2023.

Ingrid Best Is Blazing Through the World of Winemaking And Bringing Other Black Women Along for the Ride

As the founder and wine négociant of IBest Wines, Best is blending wine, culture, art, and travel into one glorious experience.

The Lip Bar CEO Melissa Butler Marks Company Milestone as Brand Launches in 3,000 CVS Stores; Dishes on 'Shark Tank' Rejection's Role in Global Success

“I feel like I had a responsibility to myself and my dream,” said the CEO.

Business Opportunities Open In Africa. Will Black Americans Seize The Moment?

Some are calling for inclusiveness as the Biden Administration expands trade and investment to the continent.

Spill, New Black-Owned App, Aims To Shake Up Social Media Landscape

‘We want to fundamentally change the paradigm of what people think social media can be,’ Spill co-founder says.

Black Tech Roundup: Six Black-Owned Tech Companies To Watch

High-tech hair care, Black-exclusive travel + MORE innovations with these breakout Black businesses in tech.

Forbes Builds New Platform To Help Black Entrepreneurs, Business Leaders Thrive

ForbesBLK will drive ‘systemic change in business, culture and society,’ Forbes says.

Solving The Problem Of Capital Access To Black Entrepreneurs

Apple re-ups support of venture capital firm Collab Capital that ‘unapologetically’ invests in Black-led companies.
Kent Montgomery, Senior Vice President, Industry Relations and Multicultural Development, PepsiCo.

PepsiCo’s Kent Montgomery Reveals the Company’s Commitment to Support Women and Black Owned Businesses

Pepsi is a co-presenter of Mary J. Blige's "Strength of a Woman Festival and Summit" during Mother's Day weekend in Atlanta.