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Broadband and Capital Have Historic Implications for America’s Blacks

By Marc Morial, President, National Urban League Too often overlooked by leadership in the black community, capital is the lifeblood of our market-based economy. The...

SEC’s Recent Proposed Crowdfunding Rule Could Mean Better Access to Capital...

In late October 2013, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) proposed a crowdfunding rule that could boost access to capital for U.S. startup entrepreneurs. The...

The Direct Way to Capital is Around the Way

Black-owned firms are still feeling the credit crunch post Great Recession as banks, still burned by the failed sub-prime market have made lending requirements...

What Maxine Waters Doesn’t Tell You About Dodd Frank

Late last week, U.S. Representative Maxine Waters, Democrat of California, responded to Republican Party criticism of the Dodd Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer...

Dearth in Minority Media Ownership Persists, MMTC Offers Capital Solution

If only the FCC would get on board.

Lolo Jones, Dawn Harper, Kellie Wells: Female Olympians Can’t Outrun Patriarchy

Olympians can run, but they can’t hide from criticisms and assessments on everything from their preparation and performances to personal proclivities. If this obsessive...

On Economy, Mitt Romney is No Tim Tebow

We are faced with a crisis in capital.  Meaning: we have less of it.  Yet, it is surprising that former Governor Mitt Romney has...

Geithner, Access to Capital…and Salmon

During an Access to Capital Conference this past Tuesday, U.S. Treasury Secretary Tim Geithner stated he was seeking the public’s input into what government can do to help making access to capital easier, particularly for small businesses.

FCC Issues Findings on Barriers to Minority Media Entry

The Federal Communications Commission yesterday released its section 257 triennial report on market entry barriers in the media.

The Politics of Access to Capital

Unfortunately, the current politics of our economy has us focusing on the micro aspects of the capital dilemma. To address the flow of capital, maybe it is time to take a more macro approach.