Discount Dining

Dining cards can cut up to 25% off your restaurant bill. Before you…

By Ann Brown

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Booking Bed & Breakfasts

Don’t assume that all bed-and-breakfasts are quaint country inns. You may be greeted…

By Ann Brown

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Dataline … Dataline … Dataline … Dataline … Dataline

New York City abounds with cultural parades starting September 1, when the West…

By Ann Brown

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Doing Business In Chicago?

After the meetings, nix the hotel and take in The Windy City

If you’re headed to Chicago for a business trip: beware. The Windy City offers…

By Noelle C. Collins

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Hands-On Healing

A good back rub may do morefor your stress level than you think

Stress. It’s the usual suspect behind the neck aches, lower-back pain and clenched jaws…

By Noelle C. Collins

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Money Matters For Generation X

Investing can be structured to suit any lifestyle and age. The key is making those first steps count.

Financial challenges never end they’re at the root of every obligation we face–raising children,…

By Judith Aidoo

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Ringing Up A Career In Retail

Avid consumerism has made this industry a new option for aggressive job seekers. Here's how you can register a good career move.

His uniform: a $2,000 four-button european pinstripe suit, custom- tailored. His calendar: filling up…

By Yolonda Gault Caviness

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Sowing A New World Harvest

With 20 years of marketing genius behind him, Arnold Donald is leading the Monsanto Co. into the agriculture biotech future

For many, Arnold Donald’s not-too-distant reality could be a scene from a science fiction…

By Cassandra Hayes

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15 Franchises For Under $50,000

Starting your own business need not cost an arm and a leg. Here are some franchises that won't break your budget.

Franchises have long been touted AS great buys for new entrepreneurs because of their…

By Karen Gutloff

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Building A Successful Home-Based Business

Setting up shop at home is not as difficult as you may think. Here are three great business start-ups for the new American workplace

When cynthia brower started Atlantic Optical Framewear (which imports and exports ethnic eyewear) four…

By Wendy M. Beech

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Handling A Civil Lawsuit

Knowing what to do when someone sues can prevent a legal nightmare

With over 40 million civil lawsuits filed annually, your chances of being sued next…

By Sandra R. Bell

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Tournament Journal

REMEMBERING THE OLD UGA TOUR
Back in the day — way before Tiger and Earl…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Maximizing Your Travel Dollars

The cost of travel may be up, but business fliers can find ways to save

Returning from a business trip, gary bolden found himself delayed at Little Rock National…

By Ann Brown

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Catch The Flying Tiger

African American interest in golf is growing rapidly, but how do we profit from the windfall?

It’s only been five months since Tiger Woods set the world on its ear…

By Eric L. Smith

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ON THE MOVE

Paul E. Cruse Jr. has been appointed vice president/category manager, frozen and health…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Diligence Is The Mother Of Invention

Shunned by his employer, Donald Latson took his idea to CompuSPEAK and gained an equity stake

Donald Latson says African Americans should never abandon their street smarts. Being aware watching…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Getting A Helping Hand

How to choose and get the most out of mentors

Whether you’re at the beginning of your career or in its later stages, a…

By Audrey Arthur

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From Temp To Permanent

Q I have been tempting for months. How do I turn a temporary…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Working For The Weekend

The phrase “Thank God it’s Friday” may soon become moot if employees continue…

By Nicole Graves

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More Than Just A Resume

A career portfolio will give you an edge over the competition

With competition for jobs at an all-time high, job seekers need more than…

By April Robbins

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