Financial; Business News
Robert Hockett on reparations for Black Americans.
Robert Hockett, Edward Cornell Professor of Law at Cornell Law School, highlights the significance of Reconstruction for the U.S. and why 2020 is the right time to re-introduce it.
BlackPAC Executive Director on creating a ‘more equitable and more just society’
Adrianne Shropshire, BlackPAC Executive Director, discusses the structural inequality in U.S. politics and the impact of this on equity in the Black community.
The 100 Greatest Things about America 2020.
This Fourth of July Yahoo Finance unveils its list of 100 things that make the nation great, in no particular order.
You have to be proactive rather than reactive: Wealth Advisor.
Luke Lloyd, a wealth advisor at Strategic Wealth Partners, joins Yahoo Finance to highlight how some Americans are using the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to reset retirement goals.
How coronavirus ravaged a nursing home industry that was already ‘in crisis’
The coronavirus pandemic has affected people of all races and ages, but has particularly ravaged the nursing homes and assisted living communities across the U.S.
Madison Reed CEO: Coronavirus lockdowns proved ‘hair coloring is important to people’
As coronavirus cases continue to surge across the U.S., Madison Reed’s success is a sign that at-home hair care may be here to stay.
First Drive: Ferrari F8 Spider.
Late last year in Art Basel Miami, Ferrari debuted the car we are testing here, the F8 Spider. The Spider nomenclature for Ferrari means it’s a convertible, and here that includes a slick, retractable hard top.
Why Kim Kardashian’s $200M Coty deal might not make her a billionaire (yet)
Kim Kardashian’s latest deal with beauty conglomerate Coty values her company at $1 billion, but questions loom over her own billionaire status.
Celebrating the 4th of July in a time of racial unrest.
David Rubenstein, co-founder & co-chairman of The Carlyle Group, explores what we are actually celebrating on the 4th of July.