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electric car

How Owning an Electric Car Can Save You Time and Money

Chevy Bolt EV offers an affordable electric vehicle with further range

Owning an electric car can save you time and money with Chevy Bolt EV, which…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Mars

$300M for Humans on Mars, Robots, and Fighting Solar Storms

The Obama administration has huge plans for the country's science and tech future

It’s no secret that President Obama is a blerd—a big-time sci-fi buff and a huge…

By Samara Lynn

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Common Core

Teachers Actually Like Common Core

But are the standards too high for immature kids?

Some teachers like Common Core, but the tests remain a work in progress. Can the…

By Robin White Goode

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motherhood

Moms Mean Business: How To Become A Mompreneur

Learn key tips on how to succeed in parenting and business

Are you a mom looking to start your own business? Here are a few tips…

By Cameka Smith

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tech prep

Don’t Miss This Tech Prep Event if You Are D.C. Student

The half-day event, targeted to students and millennials, will be all about preparing for the tech job market and entrepreneurship

MMTC will hold a half-day Tech Prep Summit in Washington D.C. to introduce students to…

By Samara Lynn

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Green Tech Brightens Future for Albany’s Young Men

Charter school leads the way to excellence

The all-male, 97% black graduates of Green Tech High Charter School in Albany enjoy a…

By Robin White Goode

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Clinton

In the Battle of ‘He Said, She Said,’ Clinton Won

Clinton displayed skill and stamina while Trump is thin-skinned and ill-prepared

With each debate, Clinton got better, and so did Trump. The difference is Clinton started…

By Corey Ealons

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black engineers

This Group of Black Engineers Just Got $2M

The National Science Foundation grant is the largest awarded to date in the NSBE's history

The money will help the National Society of Black Engineers build understandings of best practice…

By Samara Lynn

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tech

3 Ways Your Company Can Use Tech To Hook Customers

The digital world of commerce is here to stay and entrepreneurs must fully embrace it

BE’s TechConneXt panel, “Business Tech: What’s Hot, Next and New,” discussed how the latest tech…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Retirement

National Retirement Security Week: 3 Habits of Successful Retirees

Three ways to help alleviate concerns that flow across generational lines about enjoying a secure retirement

Making sure you have enough money in retirement is a huge challenge these days especially…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Therapy

Get Your Mental Right: Therapy in Your Pocket

Long gone are the days of having to drive down to a therapist’s office, for a face-to-face session

Level Therapy is an app that allows people to video chat with qualified mental health…

By Sequoia Blodgett

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vendor

6 Keys to Finding The Perfect Vendor for Your Business

Leave hope out of the decision-making process and select the vendor that will serve your business best

A bad employee can cost you a year in lost productivity, while a bad vendor…

By Black Enterprise

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hobbies

5 Ways Your Hobbies Can Help Your Career

There is purpose behind your passion

Check out these 5 ways your hobbies can play an integral part in your career…

By Safon Floyd

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Jonathan Waldrop

The Patent Troll Hunter: Jonathan Waldrop, Top Silicon Valley Attorney

Jonathan Waldrop is a former engineer turned intellectual property attorney, who represents high-profile clients, including Google, YouTube, and Adobe

A seasoned trial lawyer, Jonathan Waldrop has been involved in a number of high-profile technology…

By Samara Lynn

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teacher prep

Does Better Teacher Prep Make Better Teachers?

An effective teacher has a greater impact on student learning than the student’s ethnicity, class, environment, or class size

The U.S. Department of Education has released new regulations to hold schools that educate teachers…

By Robin White Goode

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muslim ban

Where Was Donald?

Clinton spent a lifetime serving Americans, while Trump served himself and gamed the system

Wondering where Donald Trump was when Hillary Clinton was building a legacy of service? There’s…

By Corey Ealons

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college

5 Questions Recent College Grads Should Ask Themselves

It never hurts to ask these questions, when you’re a new college grad searching for your dream job

Here are five actionable steps every recent college graduate should take right now in order…

By Black Enterprise

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banks

Big Banks Lending to Small Businesses Highest Ever

New report shows loan approval rates falling at small banks and alternative lenders

Big banks lending to small businesses is at an all time shows a new report,…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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low expectations

Pick A Business Name Without the Regret

The name of your business should represent what your brand stands for

There are a million ways your business name can go wrong — too simple, hard…

By Black Enterprise

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branding

4 Simple Strategies That Create An Engaging Brand

How to produce engaging digital content that will increase your brand's audience

The business market needs to be creative, entertain and resonate first, then educate, build relationships…

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How To

Password Protect Your Flash Drive In Two Simple Steps

Flash drives, thumb drives, USB sticks: whatever you want to call them, they’re more than…

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Black Female Voice Actor on How to Break into the Lucrative Voice-Over Business

“The secret society [of the voice-over business] is due in part because it’s a career…

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