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Black Enterprise magazine September/October 2017 issue

[WATCH] 3 Game-Changing Career Moves From Most Powerful Exec Xavier Williams

Xavier D. Williams has emerged as one of AT&T’s high-impact players and risen to join the ranks of the 2017 BLACK ENTERPRISE Most Powerful Executives

Hope Wiseman is the Youngest Black Dispensary Owner in The USA

At the age of 25, Hope Wiseman is the founder of Mary and Main, a dispensary set to open up in Prince George’s County, Maryland.

How Black Business Owners Can Use AR Factoring For Funding

A/R Factoring helps your cashflow by allowing you to continue paying vendors, payroll, and other operational costs today, rather than…

Rapper Rick Ross Taps Into the Booming Beard Business

Hip hop mogul Rick Ross introduces his own luxury beard care line in partnership with RICH Hair Care, an affordable hair care line.

She’s Helping Women Entrepreneurs Build Healthy, Fundable Legacies

I started a female entrepreneurship network to help women formulate their own successful start-ups and build healthy fundable legacies.

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3 Game-Changing Career Moves From Most Powerful Exec Xavier Williams

, Xavier D. Williams has emerged as one of AT&T’s high-impact players and risen to join the ranks of the 2017 BLACK ENTERPRISE Most Powerful Executives in Corporate America

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