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comcast

Comcast NBCUniversal Spends $8 Billion Doing Business With Diverse Entrepreneurs

The media and tech giant is driving supply chain programs to help minority and female-owned businesses

Comcast NBCUniversal spends $8 billion with diverse suppliers and drives programs to help black businesses…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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stylist

Celebrity Stylists Share Fashion and Beauty Tips for Working Women

Style tips and tricks for women-on-the-go looking to get fly and fabulous

With fall upon us, it’s the perfect time to whip out some fresh new tips…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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career

Life After 9-5: Transitioning From Your Career to Your Calling

Consider these tips as you map out your exit strategy from employee to employer

Many people dream of ditching their 9-5 to become an entrepreneur. Discover 10 critical tasks…

By Black Enterprise

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debate

Post-Debate Review: Did Clinton and Trump Really Address Concerns of African Americans?

A recap and analysis of round one of the presidential debates; Hillary Clinton versus Donald Trump

Check out Black Enterprise’s SVP/Chief Content Officer’s “two-cents” on the first 2016 presidential debate with…

By Derek T. Dingle

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soft skills

3 Soft Skills You Need to Be Career Ready

Your college degree isn’t enough

There’s a lot included in this competency, such as clear, coherent writing and oral expression…

By Robin White Goode

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brand

Understanding What Your Attire Says About Your Personal Brand

Just because you’re a startup founder, doesn’t mean you should don the same hoodie every day

Find out if your attire is saying what you’d like it to say about your…

By Black Enterprise

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black female attorneys

Top 10 Black Female Attorneys You Should Know

Ten black women from around the U.S. who use their J.D.'s to bring law and order to their communities

Check out this list of the top 10 black female attorneys you should know, where…

By Courtney McKenzie Newell

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breast cancer

Why Every Woman Should Celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Today our voices are loud and we have more options

Just over 40 years ago if you were a woman, you couldn’t make your own decisions…

By Elisha Lowe RN, BSN, MBA

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D. Watkins

Street to Scholar: ‘New York Times’ Bestseller D. Watkins Cooks Up Something Inspiring

Author inspires others with a mission to redefine what artists, writers, and intellectuals look like

Bestselling author of “The Cook Up: A Crack Rock Memoir” D. Watkins is redefining the…

By Crystal I. Berger

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October 1

This Financial Aid Resource for Students Opens This Weekend

Tips and info on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

FAFSA available October 1! Early submission of the FAFSA will allow you to review your…

By Jessica Brown

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presidential debate

Here’s An App That Collects Millennials’ Views on Presidential Debate

The Charmer app will take millennials' pulses about the first debate between Clinton and Trump

An app to garner valuable data on Millennials’ thoughts about the Presidential candidates and the…

By Samara Lynn

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tutoring

Is Private Tutoring the Key to Student Success?

The benefits of private tutoring for students

Why is private tutoring the key to success in school? Jay Veal, CEO of INC…

By vealj

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presidential debate

Small Business Owners Want Candidates to Address Their Concerns During Presidential Debate

Regulatory reform, federal contracts, reduced taxes, and capital access are key issues

With the first Presidential debate underway between Republican nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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excel

#30 Day Challenge to Help You Excel This Semester

Put financial aid, career services, and chapel on your agenda

Not every school has a chapel, but almost every campus has quiet places where students…

By Robin White Goode

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STEM

This New Orleans Community College Is Creating STEM Opportunities

Underserved students can access CTE through dual enrollment

There is another side to STEM and high-paying careers, however, which I learned about at…

By Robin White Goode

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Europe

Reconnecting With Europe After the Terrorist Attacks

Added travel security for today's world

Author Williams lets you know how you can safely reconnect with and enjoy Europe despite…

By Aniesia Williams

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Apollo

Apollo Crowd Cheers and Jeers on Debate Night

It's show time at the Apollo; featuring Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and a politically diverse group of panelists prepared to share their expertise, following the first round of 2016 presidential debates

There was no better place to watch the highly anticipated presidential debate on Monday than…

By Selena Hill

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college

Do This in College Today to Ensure a Job Tomorrow

How you can future-proof your career

According to the Atlantic piece, a 2013 Oxford study estimates that nearly 50% of American…

By Robin White Goode

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lessons

Malynda Gardner Shares Lessons on Mentorship

Women of Power Matchmaking Mixer mentor on her mentoring experience

Along my journey with my mentor I have found a friend, a coach, a therapist…

By Black Enterprise

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Berry Gordy

Motown Legend Berry Gordy Receives Medal of Arts From President Obama

Music icon honored for building his music label and launching the careers of countless legendary artists

President Obama recently gave out the 2015 National Medal of Arts to distinguished recipients. Among…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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How To

hire talent

How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture

People make the difference. You can have incredible systems and procedures in place, the right software…

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grief

How to Deal With Grief While at Work

Regardless of where you live in the world, all of us in some way have…

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