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Code2040 Founder Heads to the White House

Code2040 co-founder is headed to Washington D.C to lend insight to help push diversity and inclusion in tech

Co-founder of Code2040, Laura Weidman Power is about to embark on a pretty exciting mission.…

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glamping

BE Luxury: Go Glamping in the Final Days of Summer

Think camping, but with a touch of luxury and a dash of glamour

As busy professionals who work indoors most of time, summer can be a great time to get in tune…

By Claudine Williams

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phillip buchanon

Tech Innovator of the Week: Phillip Buchanon, New Money Bash

Former NFL cornerback Phillip Buchanon transitions from a pro baller to a tech entrepreneur

Since hanging up his cleats after retiring from the NFL, former cornerback Phillip Buchanon has…

By Samara Lynn

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Media

Radio One Founder Cathy Hughes Produces New Movie About A Black Media Family Dynasty

TV One will air "Media," an original movie that captures the power struggles occuring within a wealthy, black-owned, family business

Radio One Founder and Chairperson Cathy Hughes joins the bevy of black women making movies.…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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#FridayFitness: Resistance Training Is the Fountain of Youth

Hit the gym and do the damn thing

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Did you know that the aging process begins soon after 30? That age…

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Transgender Fashion Show

First All Transgender Fashion Show Set for Fall 2016 New York Fashion Week

Tai Chunn teams with trans modeling agencies to present Trans Europe Express

Tai Chunn, founder of MVC Management Productions has set out to make New York Fashion…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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How to Let Go, Move On, and Find Love When You Do It All

It is OK to admit defeat, and to take time out to heal

I cannot tell you how many times I have struggled with a bad breakup or…

By Andrea Ortiz

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Chaz Hammonds

Chaz Hammonds Talks Balancing Law School and Entrepreneurship With “Spice”

Find out how this entrepreneur, law student, and philanthropist became an innovative tastemaker, in every sense of the word

Chaz Hammonds, a native of Houston, Texas, is the owner of SoulFitGrill, an all-natural, low…

By Chanel Martin

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new category

Designing a Business Model: How to Create a New Category Within Your Industry

Advice on how to successfully carve out a new business niche in your industry

In 2014, our clothing company announced plans to largely transition out of traditional offline wholesale partnerships,…

By Black Enterprise

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STEM

Formerly Homeless STEM Student Excels

Mentoring relationship one more way her future looks bright

But Wiggins attributes her success to the life-changing supports at Brookview, where she is remembered…

By Robin White Goode

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Business plan

From the Expert: How to Write a Business Plan That Works

Tips on organizing and composing a quality business plan

An idea without a strong business plan has little chance of getting an investment. As…

By Black Enterprise

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marketing

How Pinterest’s Timing Element Affects Your Marketing (and What You Can Do About It)

How to correctly calculate the Aging or Baking effect on your campaigns

Imagine you’re watching the Indy 500. It’s lap two of the race and you’re thinking…

By Black Enterprise

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Crump

What We Learned From Trayvon Martin’s Attorney, Benjamin Crump

Attorney shares views on what communities can do to bring awareness and advance change

On Wednesday, Aug. 3, Black Enterprise held a Twitter Chat with Michael Brown and Trayvon…

By Cristie Leondis

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Zika

New Wearable Tech to Prevent Zika

High-tech athletic wear is now available to protect you from the Zika virus

When Skin-So-Soft isn’t enough, there’s Nobitech. This is a new athletic line of clothing made…

By Samara Lynn

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graduation

Graduation and Gift Giving – to Parents

Use your first real paycheck to thank Mom and Dad

In Sunday’s New York Times, I read the article “Parents Deserve a College Graduation Present,…

By Robin White Goode

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app developer

3 Things to Look for in an App Developer

Three things to consider while searching for a proficient app developer

It doesn’t matter whether you built your first computer when you were six, or you…

By Black Enterprise

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app

How I Created an App Under $200 (and Earned Six Figures in Return)

Building an app with the potential to make bank

Almost everyone has an idea for an app, but most people never act on their…

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preschoolers

Obama Administration Puts Preschoolers on Path to Excel

$1 Billion investment supports quality early childhood education in 20 states

More importantly, the investment is yielding positive results. It has opened the way for lower-earning…

By Robin White Goode

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Instagram

4 Tips for Maximizing Instagram for Your Business

Here’s how to best use Instagram to help boost brand awareness and sales revenue

If you have a product, service, or company that you’re trying to market and you…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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black auto dealers

#BlackBizMatters: Supporting The Nation’s Top Black Auto Dealers

Black Enterprise’s compilation of the nation top black-owned auto dealerships, and why you should buy black

An often-overlooked aspect of racial equality is economic equality. That’s why black-owned businesses are important…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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change

“The only woman in the room” & how to change that by 2186

With passionate voices working every day to redefine the standard for gender equality, I believe…

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manage

Ask Sheree: How to Manage an Overload of Work

It is very common for a busy professional to feel overwhelmed with their job commitments…

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