Catch Up on All the Tea With These Great Weekend Reads

Here's a round-up of the news stories you may have missed on BlackEnterprise.com this week

We’ve survived yet another week of blunders—from the Trump administration to Shea Moisture, which demonstrated exactly what not to do as a brand, when it comes to marketing. Fortunately, the weekend is here, and we can take some time to catch up on all of the headlines that we may have missed throughout the week.

Here’s a round-up of the some of the news stories recently published on BlackEnterprise.com.

 

1.) President Trump’s 100 Days of Racism, Incompetence, and Failure

 

“In my opinion, President Trump gets an ‘F,'” says the article’s author, Stanley Fritz.

 

budget proposal (Source: iStock.com/andykatz)

 

After branding himself as the “ultimate negotiator,” President Donald Trump’s first 100 days in office have proven to be an abject failure.

 

Read more here.

 


 

2.) Don’t Bite the Hand That Feeds You: 3 Ways to Avoid the Shea Moisture Mistake

 

Shea Moisture has recently joined the ranks of Pepsi and United Airlines–companies who ruffled more than a few feathers.

 

Shea Moisture (Source: Twitter/SheaMoisture)

 

Black business owners can avoid Shea Moisture’s missteps, with these tips from BLACK ENTERPRISE‘s own in-house marketing rock star.

 

Read more here.

 


 

3.) Oprah Reveals That She Never Planned to Star in Henrietta Lacks [VIDEO]

 

At the premiere of the HBO film The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, Oprah Winfrey admitted that even she gets scared by big roles.

 

the Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Source: HBO)

 

Read more here.

 


 

4.) 5 Career Gems That Obama Dropped at the University of Chicago

 

During his first public appearance since leaving office, Obama shared great career advice with the students at the University of Chicago.

 

Farewell (Source: Youtube)

 

Read more here.

 


 

5.)  Beyoncé Creates Scholarship Program to Empower Young Women in College

 

Beyoncé celebrates the one-year anniversary of the release of her solo album “Lemonade” by supporting the education of young women through the inception of new scholarship program, Formation Scholars.

 

(Source: Beyonce.com)

 

Read more here.