Disaster Planning

Black Enterprise’s own financial expert helps our viewers with Disaster planning.

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Kevin Liles

Kevin Liles, EVP, Warner Music Group, shares how he’s bringing change to the music industry.…

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Personal Training at the Office

Hectic businessmen and women multitask by controlling their calories and managing their workload through Personal…

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Gamble & Huff a look back at The Philly Sound

Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff, the founders of the Philadelphia Sound of the 1970s, take…

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Retirement Planning

Black Enterprise’s own Personal Finance Editor helps viewers with Retirement Planning

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Lorenzo Creighton

Lorenzo Creighton, President & COO, MGM Mirage’s New York-New York Hotel and Casino in Las…

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Dress for Sucess

The professional and personal advantages of having a private clothier with Lavar Smith of…

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Education in America, Pt. 3

A discussion on the legacy of Brown vs. The Board of Education and the Little…

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Education in America, Pt. 2

A discussion on the legacy of Brown vs. The Board of Education and the Little…

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Education in America, Pt. 1

A discussion on the legacy of Brown vs. The Board of Education and the Little…

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Presidential Candidates’ Stand on the Black Economics

Showcasing where the leading presidential candidates stand on the economy as it affects the black…

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David Steward

David Steward, CEO, World Wide Technology, uses Biblical principles to lead the nation’s largest…

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Networking Over Tea

New trend of conducting business over Tea at the Harlem Tea House.

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Independent Women

A look at how Black women are redefining the roles of womanhood in the…

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Cedric The Entertainer wants Quality Roles

Comedian Cedric the Entertainer talks about the challenges of finding quality roles in Hollywood.

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Sub-Prime Lending Opportunities

Investment Advisor Michael Ray talks about how to make money in the sub-prime lending market.

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Cigar the Ultimate Networking Resource

Using Cigars as the Ultimate resource to power networking.

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Ed Welburn

Ed Welburn, VP, Global Design, General Motors is the first African American and only the…

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Equal Justic in America Part 1

A discussion examines racial inequality in America’s judicial system with panelists George Curry, Elinor Tatum,…

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Equal Justice in America Part 3

A discussion examines the racial inequality within America’s judicial system with panelists George Curry, Elinor…

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Equal Justice in America Part 2

A discussion examines racial inequality in America’s judicial system with panelists George Curry, Elinor Tatum,…

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The Moneywise 100

BE's guide to the best mutual funds

Looking to secure your retirement with a healthy nest egg? Like most investors, you’ve…

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The Complete Retirement

When you stop working, have you thought about how you’ll fill your days?

So much of what we do is routine. For many of us, each day…

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Winning the Battle Against Breast Cancer

New treatments and preventive procedures are helping people beat the disease

RenĂ© Syler’s morning was thrown off balance the day ABC’s Good Morning America co-anchor…

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Daddy’s Home!

Fathers stay home to watch the kids and build businesses to suit their values

Andrew Morrison, 41, had reached a level of entrepreneurial success that would make even…

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Surviving a Layoff

A step-by-step guide to get you back on your feet and back to work

“It’s business, not personal.”
That’s probably the last thing you feel when you’ve lost your…

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Financial Fitness Contest Winner No. 80

Quency hawkins balances his own retirement plan with aiding his relatives

Quency Hawkins takes to heart the commandment “honor thy mother and father.” The only…

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Playing It Safe

Lucinda Andrew finds comfort in knowing she's fully insured

The worst time to discover that you need supplemental insurance is after it’s too…

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Backtalk with Ismael Beah

At the age of 12, Ishmael Beah lost his village, his family, and his…

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Coming In From The Cold

Classic Blends

A warm, delicious alternative to hot chocolates and creamy lattes can be, as the…

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Southern Comfort

Claude McDougal considers Charlotte bankable

A progressive environment with an impressive financial base attracted Detroit native Claude McDougal, 48,…

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Sail Fast

Yachtsman Neal Petersen’s solo acts at sea

To build a superior racing yacht and retain a stellar team to compete in…

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Paying Debts After A Spouse Dies

My husband is addicted to credit cards and has heavy debt. I have never…

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Free Entertainment

Movie Websites offer no-cost leisure time

Looking for an alternative to paying $10 for a box of popcorn and a…

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Slash Your Healthcare Costs

Insider tips on getting quality care for less

The cost of staying healthy is increasing. Health insurance costs are so high that…

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Bundled Services: Bargain Or Nightmare?

Be wary before switching to an all-in-one provider

Having telephone, cable TV, and high-speed Internet service provided by one company and all…

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Risks And Rewards …

Using equity in your home to pay off credit card debt

Two years ago Patricia Roberts-Rose of Catonsville, Maryland, stopped working full time to stay…

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What Women Want

I’m a 27-year-old male who has recently started a direct sales business with Avon.…

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Overcoming Anxiety

How to tell if your work-related stress is out of control

After a company restructuring last year, Shaquell Truesdale, 35, an operations quality manager in…

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Back In Business

Percy Marchand weathered the storm to rebuild his company and himself

“I woke up every day feeling pointless,” remembers Percy Marchand. “I thought I’d reached…

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Getting In

I am 32 and working toward a bachelor’s degree in communications. I accepted a…

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Pressure Sessions

Learning how to conquer a panel interview

Marceid Hatcher was excited to be granted his first post-college interview but was nervous…

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Network Marketing Strategies for Marketing Professionals

What You Should Know About Signing Bonuses

No longer exclusive to star athletes and high-level corporate executives, today employees at all…

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Crisis Management

An airline professional says establishing trust is the first step in effective leadership

Name: Shirley W. Bridges
Title: Chief Information Officer, Delta Air Lines; President and Chief Executive…

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A Few Questions

You have mentioned a few times that when purchasing equipment, it’s important to think…

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Must-haves for the technoholic in you

Ok, we’ll admit it. We don’t always spend our time doing “business.” Sometimes we…

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The Total Cost Of Ignorance

Avoiding top tech mistakes

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing,” or so the saying goes. But when…

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Making the Grade

The Gateway C-120X convertible notebook is a solid business machine at an attractive price…

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Strictly Business

When it comes to handheld devices, the HP iPAQ hw6925 smartphone eschews the bells…

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Homing In On The Future

Automated Interiors and WinSonic meet high demand for tech-friendly housing

Automated Interiors and WinSonic meet high demand for tech-friendly housing
Open floor plans, gourmet kitchens,…

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Come One, Come All

I have been in the restaurant industry for 17 years, and in the wake…

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Looking Out For The Little Guys

Large corporations partner up on online tol to boost technology, bottom line for small businesses

Prospective guests of The DC GuestHouse bed and breakfast in Washington, D.C., can now…

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The Personal Touch

Entrepreneur turns good taste, love of luxury into lucrative venture

Philadelphia resident Chaka Fattah Jr. has always had expensive taste whether for high-end restaurants…

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Doing It Right

Anthony Samuels learned early on that delegating tasks was key to his company’s survival

Contrary to popular belief, if you want the job done right you can’t always…

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Kids First

Is Oneshare.com a good way to start educating my children about investing?
– C. Newsom-Broughton,…

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To Give And Receive

How to pass on 401(k) assets and manage an inheritance

If you’re disciplined about saving and investing, you may be fortunate enough to fund…

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Take The Wheel

The Pension Protection Act doesn’t mean you can sit back and relax

Wouldn’t it be great if we could just push an “easy” button, like in…

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Silicon Success

Solar energy shines for Dawn Alston Paige

The international push for alternative energy shined a positive light on Dawn Alston Paige’s…

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Time For Bonds?

In a turbulent market, Mary Pugh reminds investors to look at fixed income

Once in a while the stock market sends investors a jolt to remind the…

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Video Vanguards

Investing in the streaming video trend

In this age of YouTube, all sorts of businesses are offering video clips on…

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Higher learning

Black enrollment at highest level ever, but graduation rate still lags

African Americans are enrolling in college at the highest numbers in the nation’s history.…

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FAMU Battles Financial Woes

Institution rattled by operational audit and rumors of state funding cuts

Settling into a new job is hard enough, but Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University…

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Johnson Publishing Expands

Moving into television and internet to extend brand

Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Co. Inc. (No.7 on the be industrial/service 100 list with $472.2…

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Doctor On The Go

Concessions International founder opens airport clinic

Atlanta investment banker and lawyer Felker Ward Jr. is ushering the concept of quick,…

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Gwen Sykes Takes CFO Post At Yale

Leaves NASA after reversing the agency’s financial woes

Gwendolyn Sykes, the chief financial officer that turned around NASA’s accounting issues, was recently…

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Subprime Lenders Under Fire

Does the NAACP have a viable case?

The charges are serious and the legal complaint doesn’t mince words. In July, the…

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The Importance of Our Legacy

A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children, and the wealth of…

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