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A budget-savvy executive advises on staying competitive in an economic crunch

In three years as vice president of distribution, J. Phillip Holloman, President & COO of…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Book Excerpt: Expect to Win by Carla Harris

Capturing the power of being uniquely you

According to Carla A. Harris, a twenty year veteran of Wall Street, knowledge and diligence…

By Carla Harris

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Buy second-hand technology or swap with acquaintances or friends. Okay, don't gasp. Technology can be the most fast-paced and competitive when it comes to change and keeping up with the latest. But if you really don't need the new bells and whistles, why not buy a refurbished cell phone or a used computer? Many are in great condition, are less expensive, and you won't be contributing to the tons of waste created by discarded gadgets.

Gaining Concensus on ‘Green Jobs’

Panelists debate business, professional opportunities at Black Enterprise conference

During the Black Enterprise “Conversation on Energy” forum, panelists discussed strategies for creating and getting…

By Andre Williams

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Getting the Green Conversation Started

From policy to engagement

Black Enterprise gathered top-level executives from businesses and organizations within the energy industry in Washington…

By Andre Williams

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BE Next: Making the January 2010 Cover

Using multimedia to introduce Generation Now

Behind the scenes at a BE Next cover shoot.

By LaToya M. Smith

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Tiger Woods: Golfer or Inmate?

'Vanity Fair' cover shines harsh light on golf's (former) golden boy

Was “Vanity Fair” magazine fair in its portrayal of Tiger Woods, or did the magazine…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Psychological Strategies Can Push Performance

A recruiting executive learns to better assess changing organizational dynamics

“In a vastly diverse, global, and multicultural marketplace where all other factors are becoming increasingly…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Reclaim Yourself

Last year was tough. You’ve probably taken a beating emotionally and ­financially. As a new year unfolds, resolve to create a new you

Whatever crisis you’re dealing with, it’s just a point along the way to where you’re…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Need a Job Boost? Try the Healthcare Industry

Solid pay, diverse options provide prime opportunities

As the nation’s economy begins to recover from its dramatic tailspin, industry prognosticators are forecasting…

By Denise Campbell Laidler

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Make Your Network Work for You

Build a winning Rolodex to expand your success

CAR_WinningRolodexThe public relations business is not so much about what you know as it is…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Census Numbers: The Golden Ticket to Millions of Jobs

Recovery Act legislation creates jobs in the bureau

With the advent of Census 2010 looming, the U.S. Census Bureau has put in place…

By Denise Campbell Laidler

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Earl Lucas

Earl Lucas is the first African American Lead Exteriors Designer in the history of Ford…

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Make Your Meeting a Success

Simple etiquette can help you seal the deal

You’ve made contact and are hoping to acquire a new client, get more business from…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Developing a Social Media Hiring Strategy

How to use social networking sites to find employees

Leveraging social media as an effective hiring tool may be an attractive choice for companies,…

By Bridget McCrea

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Paul Williams

Paul Williams, Executive Director, Dormitory Authority State of New York.

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Valerie Daniels-Carter

Valerie Daniels-Carter heads V&J Holding Companies, one of the nation’s largest African American- and woman-owned…

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Monetizing Memories and Personifying Brands

Prop master talks passion and being his own boss

If one man’s junk is another man’s treasure, then Kenyan Lewis has made a living…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Social Networkers for Hire

Companies are increasingly looking to social media specialists to market their brand and connect with consumers

The last thing Aliya S. King expected to find in her inbox back in May…

By Brittany Hutson

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Making Your Words and Actions Count After Workplace Gaffes

How to rebuild your reputation and trust with coworkers

Most of us have been there. From unwittingly mispronouncing someone’s name to accidentally sending a…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Angela Guy

Angela Guy, General Manager, Soft Sheen-Carson, discusses her strategy to expand her market-share in the…

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