Goshen Energy Resources announces move into biofuels production.
Speaks at White House on sixth anniversary of 9/11 attack.
City Capital announces sale of real estate division to place more focus on renewable energy initiative.
CNBC begins documentary on Taylor's life to air fall 2007.
Purchases controlling interest in West Delta gas well, forms Goshen Energy Resources, Inc. as wholly-owned subsidiary of City Capital Corporation.
Establishes the Ephren W. Taylor II Entrepreneurship Academy at Cheyney University, the oldest black institute of higher learning in America. Taylor's donation, given through the Tom Joyner Foundation, is the largest gift ever received by the 170-year old college.
Begins Urban Wealth Tour, visiting 15 cities speaking on financial empowerment and affordable housing. Meetings with city, clergy, and community leaders establishing new relationships nationwide.
Starts national weekly radio show, The Soul of Success, on Satellite radio Family Talk XM 170.
Establishes Credit-Investor Program nationwide, allowing private individuals to invest in urban communities using only their credit.
Featured panelist, 2007 Wall Street Economic Summit.
Featured as market commentator on various national news programs including Fox Your World with Neil Cavuto and Bulls and Bears, and CNBC's Big Idea panel.
City Capital drops its BDC status to allow for quantum growth.
City Capital closes on Kansas City Historic Jazz District properties, becoming ...