Hotel House Calls

If you get sick while staying at a hotel and don’t know who…

By Ann Brown

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Parcels & Passengers

If you’ve booked a vacation package to Mexico or Puerto Rico, don’t be…

By Ann Brown

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Cruisin’ Miami

While you're in town on lousiness, find time to explore black life in the city

Sunny Miami is a beautiful city, for both business and pleasure. The people, the…

By Noelle C. Collins

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Battling Insurance Fraud

These scams cost the insurance industry $120 billion year--don't be a victim

Like many owners of auto insurance policies, Tanya Greene, 26, thought for sure that…

By Cheryl Coward

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The New Array Of IRAs

Here's a tax break that just got better. B.E. checks out the new rules and regulations helping you save for retirement helping you save for retirement or college. .

Jim Miller, 54, knows a good deal when he comes across one. When he…

By Donald Jay Korn

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Reading, Writing & Ram

Our schools need private industry and government aid to make education and technology a winning combination .

Enter a third-grade classroom and sweet nostalgia instantly transports you to the magical days…

By Hiawatha Bray

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25 HOT Web Sites

We've scoured cyberspace so you won't have to. Here's our list of "must stops" to make the next time you're traveling the Net.

Tired of getting lost in cyberspace and ending up at Web sites that don’t…

By Hiawatha Bray

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The Black Digerati

Contrary to popular belief, African Americans are masters and creators of the Information Age. Major players in the field tell us what the future holds. .

Whoever said silicon valley doesn’t have any soul obviously didn’t look in the right…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Scale great heights…

and reach your potential

Dennis P. Kimbro Ph.D., one of the preeminent African American speakers in the…

By Robyn D. Clarke

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How To Get Lucky In Business

Here's the secret to putting the odds in your favor

In Karen Gear’s line of work, dentists’ conventions pop up about as often…

By Kirk Charles

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Snapshot Of A Decade

Trial-and-error has taught this photographer some tough? lessons

Growth requires learning, even if the lessons don’t come easy. Just ask Eric Marshall,…

By Hersch Doby

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Five Alternative Ways To Finance Your Business

Just because the bank says no, doesn't mean you have to do without .

Are bank loan officers giving you the bum’s rush to the door when you…

By Karen Gutloff

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ON THE MOVE

Pamela K. El has been named vice president of marketing communications at U…

By Black Enterprise

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Overtime No More

15 ways to be more productive and avoid working long hours

For many, the five-day, 40-hour work week is a distant memory. More individuals are…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Rather Fight Than Switch

Q: My new boss seems to be trying to push me out, but…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Scientific Pursuits

Interested in a career in science? The Oak Ridge Institute for Science and…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Damage Control

You can bounce back from an office blunder

Face it, you’ve goofed! As a result, you’ve lost an important account or…

By Monique R. Brown

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Investing Philanthropically

Your club can make money doing well--if you use your head

There’s a point that successful investment clubs reach after they’ve been around long enough.…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Attracting The Right Suitor

How cable equipment maker Amphenol coupled up just right

If you thought Amphenol (NYSE: APH) sounded like a stock on the rise…

By James A. Anderson

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There’s Strength In Tech Stocks

NCMs Lyons says some stocks in the sector are practically on sale

Ever get the feeling tech stocks are a mystery only Wall Street can solve?…

By James A. Anderson

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Creating A Human IT Network

Black technology group reaches out to the community

What’s in a name? Plenty, if you’re the Black Data Processing Associates (BDPA),…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Students Can Surf On Their Home Turf

Community technology centers give students access to computers after school

President Clinton has made access to the Information Superhighway a priority for our nation’s…

By Merlisa Lawrence Corbett

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Pulling it all together

Choosing a network operating system for your local area network

So you’ve decided that a client/server network is best for you and have even…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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FYI

Growing Your Business Through New Office Communications,” a free one-day seminar, jointly sponsored…

By Black Enterprise

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A Whole New Seating Arrangement

The 101 Group develops classroom furniture with a high-tech feel

Classroom furniture for kids K-6 has gone high-tech, thanks to Burnett Nelson, president and…

By Lloyd Gite

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In It For The Long Haul

Establish new business goals and objectives in your long-range plan

Statistics indicate that nearly half of all businesses fail within the first four years…

By Wendy M. Beech

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Riding The Tech Wave

Information technology, particularly the Internet, continues to shape the way entrepreneurs think and…

By Bevolyn Williams-Harold

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NEWSMAKER

Henry Louis Gates, an author and scholar of African American literature, was recently…

By Eric L. Smith

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Turning Brass Into Gold

New black-owned hockey team takes the ice

Looks can be very deceiving in professional sports. A look at any NBA,…

By Cliff Hocker

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Ungraceful Exits

Rocked by ethical and criminal misdeeds, the NAACP ousts four board members

The NAACP may still be the preeminent civil rights group waging war for…

By Hamil R. Harris

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Reaching a McMilestone

Black McDonald's franchise owners celebrate 25th anniversary

Call it a McMilestone. The National Black McDonald’s Operators Association is celebrating its…

By Paula M. White

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Taking Stock of the Wall Street Project

Jackson-led group marks King holiday with three-day conference

It takes a momentous occasion to shut down the fabled New York Stock Exchange…

By Ann Brown

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