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Live in These States? You May Want to Consider Remote Work

If you'd rather clock-in from home—or from anywhere other than a stuffy office cubicle—here are the top states to find flexible work locations

A recent report by FlexJobs lists the states that offer the most remote work along…

By Janell Hazelwood

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AT&T

AT&T to Solve Deadly Oversight That Killed Many 9/11 Responders

Years in the making, the nation's first responders will finally get their own network

The FirstNet network will be operational in every U.S. state and territory, serving more than…

By Samara Lynn

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Stop With the Lack of Tech Talent Pipeline Foolishness

No, the problem isn't the pipeline; it's you, Silicon Valley

Statistics show that people of color under the age of 45, account for 18.8 percent…

By Samara Lynn

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change

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

Suzy Ryoo, Venture Partner at Atom Factory, talks about her experiences as a female VC, and gives several pieces of advice for women, men and leaders to move the needle

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

By Black Enterprise

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SAT/ACT scores

Improve Your SAT/ACT Scores Now

Testive puts college admissions scholarships within reach

Tyler used Testive and improved his score from 21, which is considered average, to a…

By Robin White Goode

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income inequality

These Income Inequality Racial Statistics Will Enrage You

Diversity and inclusion in tech should extend to pay equity

Comparably found that African Americans are paid the least in every major tech hub in…

By Samara Lynn

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7 Racial Disparities in Education that Hinder Black Children

The Brookings Institute highlights what’s holding black kids back

Elijah may have a future because of the intervention of that nonprofit. But the larger…

By Robin White Goode

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skills

The Skills You Need to Avoid Career Death

Here's how to keep your career alive in the digital age

See why all workers must learn and embrace digital skills for their brand in order…

By Monica Carter Tagore

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social media marketing

Who Are You Talking To? Tips for Social Media Marketing

The secrets of effective social media marketing for small businesses

The first step to an efficient social media marketing strategy is to understand your key…

By Black Enterprise

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vertification

Get Your Two-Step (Verification) On

If you haven't turned on this security feature, you are as good as hacked

Two-step/factor authentication is free, it improves security, and reduces data theft but most importantly it…

By Black Enterprise

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Baron Davis

Baron Davis is the Gift that Keeps on Giving

Tis' the Season, all year around

Davis’ coloring book teaches you all about the African-American figures that school did not.

By Sequoia Blodgett

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mentor

Girls in Your Community Want You to Mentor Them

Corporate board director Ann Fudge mentors young women in need

Rooted in the Catholic tradition, Mother Caroline Academy educates about 80 girls of all faiths…

By Robin White Goode

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Dr. William Pickard

Dr. William Pickard Discusses the Principles of Entrepreneurship

The accomplished business leader and entrepreneur lays out the guidelines for becoming a successful millionaire

Dr. William Pickard opened up about his new book, Millionaire Moves: Seven Proven Principles of…

By Selena Hill

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wealth gap

Can Black Entrepreneurship Close the Black-White Wealth Gap?

A new AEO report suggests that black entrepreneurship may be solution to slashing racial wealth divide in our country

For decades, a wealth gap has persisted between blacks and whites. However, a new report…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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Black Tech Week

Knight Foundation Awards $1.2 Million to Code Fever’s Black Tech Week

Legendary foundation gives sizable grant to black futures

The funds will go to expanding Black Tech Week; grant to the organizers of Black…

By Samara Lynn

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intern

From Intern to Mogul: 5 Celebrities Who Were Once Interns

Chance the Rapper may not just be looking for a new intern, he could actually groom the next big mogul

In light of Chance the Rapper’s quest for a new intern read about the business…

By Selena Hill

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General Assembly

18 Takeaways from International Women’s Day with General Assembly

A recap of some of the action-items, food-for-thought, and inspiration

Attendees at the General Assembly were able to walk away with action items, food-for-thought, and…

By Black Enterprise

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science

3 Essentials to Turn Girls Onto STEM

Stephanie Espy, author of STEM Gems, talks about several ways to interest girls in STEM at an early age

Above all, approaching science, technology, engineering and math with intentionality is the best way to…

By Black Enterprise

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black women

Black Women Making an Impact in Corporate America

Recognizing corporate social responsibility officers working in underserved communities

In a world filled with challenges and endemic social ills, it’s refreshing to know that…

By Christal Jackson

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Ericka Dunlap

How This Former Miss America Winner Changed Diversity and Inclusion

Ericka Dunlap first made history when she won Miss Florida 2003, followed by being crowned Miss America 2004. Now the CEO of her own diversity consulting firm, Dunlap discusses her pageant days, and shares her thoughts on the current state of diversity and inclusion in the workplace

BlackEnterprise.com caught up with Ericka Dunlap to learn more about her experience as Miss America…

By Charlene Rhinehart

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How To

Apply to More Than 50 HBCUs at Once With the Common Black College Application

Students can apply to 52 of the more than 100 HBCUs by completing just one…

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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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