Less than 20 percent of US businesses are owned by minorities
from The Washington Post
Minorities, particularly black-owned firms, have grown their share of business ownership in the past few years. But they have a lot of catching up to do. According to this report in the Wall Street Journal, citing new data released by the Census Bureau, white-owned firms accounted for 81 percent of businesses that could be classified by race or ethnicity or gender, while 9.7 percent were owned by Asians and 5.8 percent by Hispanics.
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