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The Cordish Companies and Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland host Free Minority Outreach Fair

Hanover, Md.— The Cordish Companies and Live! Casino & Hotel Maryland are continuing the tradition of partnering with the Maryland Washington Minority Companies Association...

Build Back Better Helps Build Back Minority-owned Businesses and Communities

According to the federal Department of Commerce, more than nine million minority-owned firms in the United States employ nearly half of the private sector...

Small Business Saturday and Artist Sunday promote shop local

Annapolis— On Saturday, November 27, 2021, local business owners are ready for Small Business Saturday in Annapolis as locals come out to shop, dine and support...

CCBC awarded $30,000 grant and 100 laptops from Comcast for workforce development

Baltimore County, Md.— Community College of Baltimore County (CCBC) is the recipient of a $30,000 grant and 100 new laptops from Comcast. The grant...

How will embracing EV adoption be your new opportunity to prosper?

Special to The Baltimore Times Did you know that President Biden’s infrastructure bill aka Build Back Better Act passed in the US House of Representatives...

Flexible scheduling with a side of building my future

Baltimore— Local McDonald’s restaurants in Maryland are inviting approximately 2,700 job seekers to find their perfect job combo this fall by applying to a...

Access To Capital Remains A Problem For Most Black Businesses

Accounts-receivable factoring is one way to get money to entrepreneurs faster — but it does come at a higher cost. The post Access To Capital Remains A Problem For Most Black Businesses appeared first on Zenger News.

Wayback Burgers Salutes Heroes this Veterans Day by Donating Portion of Sales to Tunnel to Towers

Baltimore— Wayback Burgers, America’s favorite hometown burger joint and one of the nation’s fastest-growing burger franchises, will salute military heroes this Veterans Day by donating 10 percent...

Crude Oil Prices Choppy After OPEC Sticks With The Plan

The White House has been pressuring the production group to open the spigot to bring prices lower, but it was rebuffed again. The post Crude Oil Prices Choppy After OPEC Sticks With The Plan appeared first on Zenger News.

Famous Amos launches Ingredients for Success Initiative to support Black entrepreneurs

Chicago— Famous Amos, in partnership with the National Black Chamber of Commerce (NBCC), announces the launch of its Ingredients for Success Initiative, a grant...

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