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Women of Power Summit: Recap, Pt. 3

A review of the 2008 Women of Power Summit highlights. (Part 3)

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Women of Power Summit: Art of War, Pt. 2

We’re on location at the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in Palm Springs, California,…

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Women of Power Summit: Exit Strategy, Pt. 1

On-location at the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in Palm Springs, California, with corporate…

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The Big Push Overseas

These programs offer the best in international education

It’s becoming increasingly apparent that to succeed in corporate America, you may have to go…

By Kingsley Kanu Jr.

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2008 Women of Power Legacy Award Winner
Ruby Dee Davis: Actress, Poet, Activist, Playwright, Screenwriter & Journalist

Four Days of Empowerment

Sheila Johnson, Ruby Dee Davis, others share wisdom at Women of Power Summit

Sheila Johnson, Ruby Dee Davis, and others share wisdom at Women of Power Summit.

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Discovering Y-O-U

Learn how to hone your power and strengths within

“You must take risks—everyday and every hour,” asserts Audrey Smaltz, founder and CEO of The…

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My Manager’s Tool Box

Finding motivation and momentum in management

One Father’s Day, I bought my dad a golf-themed picture frame that says, “To the…

By Alisa Gumbs

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Shirley Bridges

Shirley Bridges, CEO, Delta Technology, discusses how Delta Airlines is applying new technology to keep…

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Something to Think About

Trusting your instincts, branding your best

If yesterday was about awe, today was about reflection. In our first full day of…

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MTV President Exits Post

After 17 years, Christina Norman leaves the youth-oriented network

After 17 years with MTV Networks, the parent company of MTV, BET, VH1, and Nickelodeon,…

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Triumphs, Travails, Strength and Struggles

Black Enterprise's managing editor shares a first

This is my first Women of Power Summit, but my expectations are high. For the…

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Women’s Conference Commences

BE�s Women of Power Summit kicks off in Palm Springs

The third annual Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit, hosted by State Farm is upon…

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How Will You Power Forward?

Learning the keys to elevate to the next level

I could not sleep the night before I caught my flight for Palm Springs. Part…

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Surviving a Layoff

A step-by-step guide to get you back on your feet and back to work

A step-by-step guide to get you back on your feet and back to work

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Richard Parsons

Richard Parsons, Chairman, Time Warner, discusses the nature of corporate boards and its relationship to…

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Corporate Governance Discussion Part 2

Roundtable discussion looks at corporate governance with corporate board members Vernon Jordan, senior managing…

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Corporate Governance Discussion Part 1

Roundtable discussion looks at corporate governance with corporate board members Vernon Jordan, senior managing director…

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Corporate Governance Discussion Part 3

Roundtable discussion looks at corporate governance with corporate board members Vernon Jordan, senior managing director…

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Lowell Hawthorne

Lowell Hawthorne, CEO/Founder, Golden Krust Caribbean Bakery & Grill, a New York-based franchise of Caribbean…

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Lloyd Trotter of GE Leaving to Join Private Equity Firm

Will help GenNx360 Capital Partners build up its portfolio companies

E’s top-ranking African American executive, Vice Chairman Lloyd G. Trotter, 62, is closing the door…

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