Robin Woodlon strongly believes that children live what they learn.
Formed 15 years ago, the Baltimore CASH Campaign (Creating Assets, Savings and Hope) employs strategies to help working families in Charm City maximize their financial opportunities and resources.
Javon Gay went from prison to prosperity with help from an employment agency aimed at helping ex-cons find work.
Mohammed Dewji has ambitious plans to take on big brands in Africa.
Although the former Corinthian Colleges, once one of the nation’s largest for-profit colleges, closed its doors last year, many of the problems incurred by its former students persist. The now-defunct college is the only questionable actor among for-profit colleges.
Apprehension came with the 2016 Cadillac ATS-V. It was winter, at least technically, and in these parts, that means snow. We had the coupe version of the car. But four doors or two doors the Cadillac ATS-V is rear-wheel-drive and ...
By every measure, Matt Joseph's resume points to an incredible pedigree. He went to Princeton and earned his JD and MBA from UCLA.
With the tax-filing deadline a month away, Comptroller Peter Franchot encourages taxpayers who have yet to file to take advantage of all the conveniences of electronic filing.
Self-published authors need the tools to compete in today's saturated book market and public relations expert Cherrie Woods’ eagerly anticipated debut book “Where Do I Start? 10 PR Questions and Answers to Guide Self-Published Authors” fills the expertise gap for ...
Even though it's common knowledge that tax day is April 15 (April 18 for filing 2015 taxes in 2016), many people wait until the last minute to file their income taxes.
Market mayhem. Negative interest rates. Growing jobs and wages.
Women entrepreneurs have a powerful role model when they consider Madam C.J. Walker.
For Grammy-nominated rapper Big Sean, Detroit is more than just an old-English "D" on his ball cap. It's the place where he makes his biggest investment.
Over extending oneself on high-interest rate revolving debt purchases is not uncommon. Indeed, U.S. households who use credit cards have an average of $15,799 in credit card debt, according to the non-profit Consolidated Credit Counseling.
With the tax-filing season in full swing, Comptroller Peter Franchot recently announced that his office has processed more than one million tax returns. The one-millionth return was submitted by a Prince George’s County tax filer.