Black Business Review has choosen this photo as the photo of the day from social media. 

Mom: Kimberly Marine

Kids: Deshawn & Keshawn (in the photo)

Backstory: The picture is from street outreach. It is for the love of the kids that we fought for the space in the closed school to bring food programming to the children. Feed them before 10pm and teach them how to cook and let...

Allen Burrus recently left his son in charge of his company while going on a weeklong vacation "just to see how things would play out."

While on the golf course with some friends, Burrus kept getting text messages from his son asking various questions. Burrus' phone went off so much his friends asked him to turn it off. He said he has "a lot to do" to ensure he can successfully enact a...

Here’s a fun fact for you about the Obamas:

When they left the White House in January, Michelle was more popular than former President Barack Obama.

Don’t believe us? Check out the results of the final Gallup poll published in the Washington Post to get a better idea of their “popularity” at the moment they were packing up their bags and leaving the White...

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Rashon Nelson initially brushed it off when the Starbucks manager told him he couldn’t use the restroom because he wasn’t a paying customer.

He thought nothing of it when he and his business partner, Donte Robinson, were approached at their table and were asked if they needed help. The 23-year-old entrepreneurs declined, explaining they were just waiting for a business...

More than half of Africa’s 54 countries have no data protection or privacy laws, according to London-based rights group Article 19. And, of the 14 countries that do, nine have no regulators to enforce them, the group says.

Unlike in Europe and the United States, where data-privacy laws provide a level of protection to consumers, many Africans have little or no recourse if a data breach occurs...

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