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JP Morgan Chase to Pay $24 Million to Settle Class Action Discrimination Lawsuit

JPMorgan Chase & Co. will pay $19.5 million to more than 200 current and former black financial advisers and their attorneys in a class action settlement with the bank.

Black Seniors in Georgia Ordered Off of Bus Taking Them to Vote

As early voting began Monday in Georgia, a group of black senior citizens gathered for a voter outreach event at Jefferson County’s Leisure Center.

50 Cent Signs New Deal With Starz Worth $150 Million

Rapper and producer 50 Cent has just landed a 4-year deal with Starz worth up to $150 million. His new deal with the premium cable network will include a three-series commitment through his G-Unit Film and Television company. 50 Cent, ...

Facebook Takes Down Ads Mentioning African-Americans and Hispanics, Calling Them Political

Dozens of advertisements removed from Facebook for being political ahead of the November midterm elections did not appear to express any political view, a USA TODAY analysis showed.

Sears Owes Billions of Dollars

Sears is on the hook to vendors, lenders and even customers who recently bought Kenmore fridges or Craftsman lawn mowers. The company has close to $7 billion in assets, according to court filings Monday.

Earnings boost; Netflix is on fire; Saudi Arabia isolated

1. Earnings boost: Corporate America gave markets a shot in the arm on Tuesday but the bounce may already be fading.

Business is boycotting Saudi Arabia's big conference. Here's who's still going

Some of the biggest names in global business and finance have canceled plans to attend an investment conference in Saudi Arabia next week because of the unexplained disappearance of prominent Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Sears bankruptcy brings back fond memories for customers, even if they haven't shopped there in a while

For so many people who grew up before the internet, the Sears catalog WAS the internet.

Colin Kaepernick Applies For Trademark On His Own Image

Inked Flash, Colin Kaepernick’s company based out of California, has applied for a trademark from the government on a black-and-white image of the quarterback.

Best Buy is cashing in as Americans grow older

Americans are getting older. That's an opportunity for Best Buy. In August, Best Buy announced it would buy GreatCall for $800 million. GreatCall makes Jitterbug cell phones with big buttons and bright screens designed for senior citizens, as well as ...

Cash-strapped GE unloads $1 billion of energy investments

General Electric might be under new management, but its quest to get smaller continues. In the first deal under new CEO Larry Culp, GE (GE) said on Monday it's unloading a $1 billion portfolio of energy investments to private-equity firm ...

Airbus has a new CEO. Can he take the company to new heights?

Airbus has named French engineer Guillaume Faury as its next CEO. Managing the potential fallout from Brexit will be his first challenge, but there are plenty of others too

Hispanic Hospitality Is Helping the American Economy

Hispanic businesses contribute a staggering $700 billion to the national economy annually.

Amazon’s $15 Minimum Wage Could Put Pressure On Other Retailers to Raise Pay

Amazon.com Inc.’s minimum wage increase to $15 could put pressure on other retailers, who are already competing for talent in a tight labor market.

Meet the First Black CEO of Chase Consumer Banking -- One of the Most Powerful Women in Banking!

Thasunda Duckett is the first African American to be CEO of JP Morgan & Chase Consumer Banking.