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Experiment Finds Women Less Likely to Land Math Jobs—Even When They Show and Prove When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: The LinkedIn Edition We Must Tackle The African American Jobs Crisis Social Media Maven Ignites Social Change and Career Fulfillment Through Fierce Shoes & Action White House Officials Arne Duncan and David Johns Tout STEM Advocacy at University of Maryland Power Women Giving Back: Industry Leaders Talk What It Takes for Women to Succeed Boss Moves: DASNY Executive Gains Post at NYC Comptroller’s Office Women’s History Month: U.S. Foreign Service Diplomat Finds Career Success in Caribbean Report: U.S. Adds 175,000 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Hits 6.7% Study: Skills Gap Costing Companies Major Dollars Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley Lands Post as Chair of Executive Leadership Council Women’s History Month: Female Leaders See Record Year Among Most Wealthy and Successful $7,000 Intern: Highest Paying Opportunities Found in STEM Industries NeNe Leakes and Billy Dee Williams Add Dancing with the Stars to Brand Portfolio U.S. Jobless Claims Reach New High Awesome Ways Companies Are Rewarding Employees IBM Set to Retain More Than 3,000 Jobs Top 10 Happiest Jobs for 2014 5 Outragous–Even Bizarre–Firings That Made the News Is 30 the New 20? Research Says, Yes Expanding Their Legacies: Jimi Hendrix, Wilt Chamberlain Slated for Postal Stamps Top 5 Most Bizarre Employee Excuses for Being Late for Work Feeling Different: Research Links Self-Perception In Office to Success Washington D.C. is Second Best Place For Jobs in Nation 5 Top Staffing Challenges for Managers Workplace Trends: Is It True that People Don’t Prefer Working With or For Women? 5 Top Industries Where Office Romance Is Most Likely to Blossom President Obama Launches Initiative to Help Advancement of Young Black Men Tech Professionals Seeing Most Gains in Self-Employment 2014 Women of Power: S. Lynn Cooper Shares How To Use LinkedIn To Move Up Study: Generation X Most Popular Group In Leadership Perception Verizon Executive Michelle Dutton Talks Women in STEM and the Importance of Exploring Technical Fields From Their Mouths: Top 5 Challenges for the Long-Term Unemployed Power Women of the Diaspora: Africa Fashion Week Founder Uses Passion to Rebrand Continent Women of Power: Dress for Success CEO Talks Work’s Inspiration and Passion in Profession New Study: Women in Hollywood Earn Less As Career Progresses Power Women of the Diaspora: Young Leader Using Shea Butter to Empower Women Around the World John W. Thompson Replaces Bill Gates as Chairman of Microsoft Board Black Enterprise Editor Nominated for 2014 GLAAD Media Award Author and Life Coach Demetria Lucas Talks Branding and Reality TV Boss Moves Sylvia Rhone to Receive Presidential Award at Annual Music Biz Convention Survey: Long-term Unemployed Face Compounded Challenges 3 Awesome (Paid) Internships That Promote Diversity Think a Career in Financial Services is Not For You? Think Again Boss Moves: Amber Ruffin Reportedly First Black Female Writer in Late-Night TV Boss Moves: Josie Thomas Promoted to EVP and Chief Diversity Officer at CBS Organization Kicks Off New Initiative to Promote Career Development and Entrepreneurship Top 5 Least Stressful Jobs 10 Websites to Get You Started in Freelancing Negative Depictions of Black Power Women: Enough is Enough Boss Moves: Meet the First Black Female Comic on SNL in Six Years Then and Now: 10 Gigs That Didn’t Exist Before, But Are Now Booming Be Aware: 4 Hiring Practices Set to Increase in 2014 2014 Jobs Forecast: Employers Plan to Be Cautious with Recruitment Africa-America Institute Launching Speaker Series for Global Leaders 1.3 Million Americans Set to Lose Unemployment Benefits Social Media Fanatic? These Are the Jobs For You 12 Hot, High-Paying Jobs to Look Forward To In 2014 Hampton University Inc. Rihanna Adds Balmain to Her Career Portfolio Artist and Fitness Buff Talks Social Media’s Role in Career Advancement Survey: Many Employers Get Generous, Plan Holiday Bonuses Applause Africa Honors Global Leaders at African Diaspora Awards On the Radar: Africa’s Leading Women in Business, Entertainment, Politics and Advocacy Privacy Wins: New Jersey Bosses Can’t Ask For Social Media Account Passwords Celebrities and Professional Women Team Up to Raise Domestic Violence Awareness Color Code: What Do the Hues You Wear to Work Say About You? 10 Fastest-Growing Careers [Slideshow] NASCAR Appoints New Managing Director of Brand and Consumer Marketing Miles Davis Biopic: Don Cheadle Set to Expand Career Profile with Directorial Debut Study: Many Professionals Forced to Choose Careers Outside College Major Epic Records VP Shares How Women Can Break Out and Make it to the Top Global Innovators to be Honored at African Diaspora Awards in New York City Report: High-Wage Jobs Expected to See Higher Growth Than Low Wage Survey Details Workers’ Most Ridiculous Excuses for Missing Work African Diaspora Awards to Kick Off with UN Ambassadorial Tour for Young Professionals Female Tech Leaders Honored at “Women of Color” Event Women Continue to See Gains in Employment One-on-One Exclusive: Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan Talks Business Development New York’s First African Restaurant Week Kicks Off With Tasting Event Mackey Sisters Present Landmark Twins Exhibit at NYC’s Schomburg PHOTOS: Harlem School of the Arts Honors Laurence Fishburne, Gina Torres and Leaders in Philanthropy Terrence J Inspires Youth To ‘Dream Big’ Through Disney Dreamer’s Academy Top Reasons Employees Leave Their Company 3 Underserved Industries Offering Scholarships and Grants to Career Changers IBOM LLC Hosts Interactive Social Media Week Event for Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs No More Paycheck-to-Paycheck: Survey Links Uptick in Job Security to Decline AAI Anniversary Awards Gala: Global Business Leaders Talk Bridging the Gap Between Africa and America Report: Women Have More Jobs, But Even More Poverty Tonya Lewis Lee Expands Family-Friendly Film Legacy with “The Watsons Go to Birmingham” Knight Foundation Awards $3.6 Million for Black Male Networking Initiative Activate Conference to Draw Leaders in Business, Entertainment and Media to New York Top 5 Most Underrated Jobs in America Face2Face Africa Hosts Networking Event for NYC Professionals Hollywood Boss Moves: Phylicia Rashad Directs ‘Four Little Girls’ Play Employers Seeing Value of Older Employees Women Regain Lost Jobs, While Men Trail Behind Africa-America Institute Will Kick Off 60th Anniversary with Career Expo Study: For Men, Employment is the New Sexy The African Americans Directing America’s Largest Corporations Meet America’s Most Powerful Corporate Directors PHOTOS: Who’s Who of Global Talent Honored at NYC Awards Show Ford Adds 1,400 Jobs to Struggling Detroit After Shifting Manufacturing from Mexico The NEA Awards Returns to New York to Honor Who’s Who in African Entertainment Be Inspired: Top Successful Women Who Got the Axe and Thrived Investment Banking Firm Trains, Hires Returning Soldiers Emerging Opportunities: Job Growth Potential in the Land of Logistics Emerging Opportunities: Auto Industry Seeking Women for Employment Black Unemployment Drops to Record Low Weekly Jobless Numbers Drop to Record Low Boss Moves: Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Names Keith Clinkscales Revolt TV CEO PHOTOS: Black Ivy Alumni League Hosts Philanthropic Event Honoring Leaders Hip-Hop Artist Wale Gifts Hampton University Student with $25,000 Survey: Employers Plan More Pay Raises in 2014 Stories of Career Triumph: One-on-One with Author Ntozake Shange Month of the Man: MTA CDO Talks Leadership and Advancement for Young Professionals Get Your Happy Back: 5 Jobs With Top Satisfaction Factors Being a Workplace Bully Pays Off? 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Administrator Talks Combating Black Male Dropout Rates PHOTOS: Face2Face Africa Celebrates Leaders of the African Diaspora Chicago Public Schools Lays Off More than 850 Teachers Month of the Man: 3 Steps to Startup Success for Tech Entrepreneurs From Newbie to Senior: Six Leaders Who Found Success Early—and Later—In Their Careers Judge: Movie Studio Interns Should Have Been Paid Media Takeover: Top Boss Moves of Wendy Williams Broadway Boss Moves: 4 Actors of Color Changing the Game Get Hired: Top Jobs For Recent Graduates Close the Gap: Top 5 STEM Job Options for Black Men Black Men Winning: 4 Stellar Leaders in Tech Innovation Month of the Man: Uptown Publisher Talks Black Buying Power and Brand-Building Boss Moves Boss Moves: Delta Sigma Theta Set to Open School in Haiti Maryland Workers Stage Protest Against Workplace Discrimination Educate to Innovate: 5 STEM Programs for Young Black Men Susan Rice Set to Become Second Black Female National Security Adviser Black Men Winning: Top 4 Celebrity Boss Moves in Entertainment Face2Face Africa Honoring Who’s Who of the African Diaspora Stephen G. 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Experiment Finds Women Less Likely to Land Math Jobs—Even When They Show and Prove

Test subjects chose men over women for employment

New research findings show bias against women in terms of STEM-related employment.

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When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: The LinkedIn Edition

Young professional shows rude job site owner power of social media

Head of a popular online job bank in Cleveland gets a lesson in the power…

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We Must Tackle The African American Jobs Crisis

Five years after Recovery Act, black unemployment largely unchanged

President Obama should take full credit for placing America on the path to recovery

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Social Media Maven Ignites Social Change and Career Fulfillment Through Fierce Shoes & Action

How Luvvie Ajayi turned passion for digital media and shoes into HIV activism

Digital strategist Luvvie Ajayi decided to use her passion for AIDS advocacy and social media…

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White House Officials Arne Duncan and David Johns Tout STEM Advocacy at University of Maryland

Leaders seek to build awareness and promote careers in science and tech

White House officials Arne Duncan and David J. Johns visited the University of Maryland to…

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"What I wanted to do was connect women of color globally to define  the world on their terms," said Simone Bresi-Ando, far right, founder of I'mPOSSIBLE, whose career and motivation conversations started in the U.K. via Google Hangouts and events. With her social enterprise, Bresi-Ando seeks to educate, connect and empower young women of color by celebrating, highlighting and promoting the achievements of women from all ethnic backgrounds, showcasing their life stories and successes.

"There's something Lupita N'yong'o said that I just can't get out of my mind. The phrase she used was 'the seduction of inadequacy,' and it struck me---stopped me in tracks," said Bresi-Ando. "We are so used to being seduced by inadequacy. What I want to ask you today is, could you please stop it? Now, we can be seduced by the possible."

Power Women Giving Back: Industry Leaders Talk What It Takes for Women to Succeed

At the ImPossible Conversations event in New York City, four female leaders in media and…

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Boss Moves: DASNY Executive Gains Post at NYC Comptroller’s Office

Carra Wallace brings 20 years of public sector experience to newly created position

Carra Wallace, of the Dormitory Authority of the State of New York, gains new post…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Women’s History Month: U.S. Foreign Service Diplomat Finds Career Success in Caribbean

How Krystal Norman expanded her career horizons by working abroad

Through her work abroad, Krystle Norman has organized and spearheaded global as well as local…

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Report: U.S. Adds 175,000 Jobs, Unemployment Rate Hits 6.7%

African Americans still see disproportionate unemployment

The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its jobs report, showing little change in unemployment in…

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Study: Skills Gap Costing Companies Major Dollars

Employers cite compromised productivity and work quality

A CareerBuilder’s study on the effects of the skills gap on the U.S. labor market…

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Carla Harris of Morgan Stanley Lands Post as Chair of Executive Leadership Council

Executive brings stellar global investment and business experience

Carla Harris, of Morgan Stanley, has been appointed chair of The Executive Leadership Council (ELC).

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Women’s History Month: Female Leaders See Record Year Among Most Wealthy and Successful

Forbes list reveals three industry powerhouses of African descent

Forbes released its 2014 list of the world’s most wealthy, with women having a record…

By Janell Hazelwood

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$7,000 Intern: Highest Paying Opportunities Found in STEM Industries

Companies seek to attract and retain top young talent

Glassdoor ranked top companies that offer interns high salaries, including Twitter, Linked In and Chevron.

By Janell Hazelwood

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NeNe Leakes and Billy Dee Williams Add Dancing with the Stars to Brand Portfolio

Show set to premiere March 24

Reality TV powerhouse NeNe Leakes and Mahogany leading man Billy Dee Williams have joined the…

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U.S. Jobless Claims Reach New High

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U.S. workers continue to wrestle with job insecurity

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Awesome Ways Companies Are Rewarding Employees

Companies offering extra perks to promote retention

More employers are going beyond the typical benefits package in terms of offering talented employees…

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IBM Set to Retain More Than 3,000 Jobs

News comes as JPMorgan set to cut workforce

IBM set to retain 3,100 jobs in its home state of New York through the…

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Top 10 Happiest Jobs for 2014

Employees rate top industries for fulfillment

CareerBliss released its list of jobs with the highest happy factors based on employee ratings.

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5 Outragous–Even Bizarre–Firings That Made the News

These cases of termination raised more than an eyebrow

A Des Moines man was fired after using a forklift to free goodies from a…

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Is 30 the New 20? Research Says, Yes

Research finds innovators see great breakthroughs during late 30s

Recent research says innovators reach career peaks not in their 20s, but in their late…

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Expanding Their Legacies: Jimi Hendrix, Wilt Chamberlain Slated for Postal Stamps

Top leaders with exemplary careers on list of notables to be commemorated

Wilt Chamberlain, Jimi Hendrix, James Brown and Shirley Chisholm are among African American leaders on…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Top 5 Most Bizarre Employee Excuses for Being Late for Work

Survey reveals workers' elaborate tales---and some are actually true

CareerBuilder survey reveals unique reasons workers cite to their bosses for being late, with a…

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Feeling Different: Research Links Self-Perception In Office to Success

Findings point to importance of diversity and inclusion

Feeling like an outcast at this office doesn’t just have emotional repercussions. It can be…

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Washington D.C. is Second Best Place For Jobs in Nation

Rhode Island and Connecticut among worst states

Will you be making a move to the nation’s capital?

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5 Top Staffing Challenges for Managers

Study reveals issues with employee retention and morale

According to new CareerBuilder findings, these are the top challenges in terms of human capital…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Workplace Trends: Is It True that People Don’t Prefer Working With or For Women?

Research says perception vs. experience doesn't exactly add up

Recent research finds that many people don’t have a preference either way when it comes…

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5 Top Industries Where Office Romance Is Most Likely to Blossom

Recent survey shows trends in workplace love affairs

Recent survey found nearly two in five (38%) of U.S. workers have dated someone who…

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President Obama Launches Initiative to Help Advancement of Young Black Men

Plans to organize efforts of foundations and companies to aid in education, employment

President Obama plans to launch a new effort Feb 13 to aid in the advancement…

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Tech Professionals Seeing Most Gains in Self-Employment

Labor industry still lags behind in terms of new opportunities

Check out a specific breakdown of top industries for self-employment and those with the most…

By Janell Hazelwood

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2014 Women of Power: S. Lynn Cooper Shares How To Use LinkedIn To Move Up

How effectively are you using your professional profile page?

S. Lynn Cooper, founder of Socially Ahead, shares insider tips on how to leverage one…

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Study: Generation X Most Popular Group In Leadership Perception

Millennials looked over in terms of potential and trust

A recent Ketchum study revealed Generation X (ages 35-50) are looked to more for leadership…

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Verizon Executive Michelle Dutton Talks Women in STEM and the Importance of Exploring Technical Fields

Vice President of Global Network Systems and Support at Verizon on career trajectory and opportunities in technology

Black Enterprise caught up with the Michelle Dutton, Vice President of Global Network Systems and…

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From Their Mouths: Top 5 Challenges for the Long-Term Unemployed

Recent survey reveals fears of jobless and how they're combating them

A recent CareerBuilder survey indicates the challenges cited by the long-term unemployed and how they’re…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Power Women of the Diaspora: Africa Fashion Week Founder Uses Passion to Rebrand Continent

Adiat Disu talks power of social media in expanding reach of international designers

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Adiat Disu (@AdiatDisu), a native of…

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Women of Power: Dress for Success CEO Talks Work’s Inspiration and Passion in Profession

Joi Gordon shares beauty of female advocacy and brand growth

Dress for Success CEO Joi Gordon discusss the inspiration for her work and the organization’s…

By Sonia Alleyne

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New Study: Women in Hollywood Earn Less As Career Progresses

For black actresses, picture gets more gloomy

A new study further supports notion that female actresses earn less as they get older,…

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Power Women of the Diaspora: Young Leader Using Shea Butter to Empower Women Around the World

Rahama Wright talks expanding career and advocacy brand

Young leader Rahama Wright talks her career journey, her social enterprise and how shea butter…

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John W. Thompson Replaces Bill Gates as Chairman of Microsoft Board

Virtual Instruments CEO brings more than 40 years experience as tech innovator

John W. Thompson, CEO of Virtual Instruments, has been named chairman of the board of…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Black Enterprise Editor Nominated for 2014 GLAAD Media Award

Article “Why Gay and Lesbian Couples Pay More" landmark in publishing

Black Enterprise is proud to announce that Senior Content Producer Carolyn M. Brown has been…

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Author and Life Coach Demetria Lucas Talks Branding and Reality TV Boss Moves

Castmate opens up about catfights, career advancement and black power women

‘A Belle In Brooklyn’ author and life coach, Demetria Lucas, talks expanding her multi-platform brand…

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Sylvia Rhone to Receive Presidential Award at Annual Music Biz Convention

Industry vet will be first female executive to receive the honor

Power woman and music icon Sylvia Rhone will be the first female executive to receive…

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Survey: Long-term Unemployed Face Compounded Challenges

Though market shows promise, those without work for years face deeper issues

Though the job market is seeing improvement, a recent Careerbuilder survey found those who’s been…

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3 Awesome (Paid) Internships That Promote Diversity

These programs offer hands-on experience in booming industries

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There has been quite a bit of criticism and dialogue about unpaid internships,…

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Think a Career in Financial Services is Not For You? Think Again

For high-ranking African American professionals at Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company (MassMutual), the 162-year-old insurance…

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Boss Moves: Amber Ruffin Reportedly First Black Female Writer in Late-Night TV

Comedian brings Chicago training and performance experience

Amber Ruffin has joined the Jimmy Fallon’s “Late Night” writing room recently, becoming the first…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Boss Moves: Josie Thomas Promoted to EVP and Chief Diversity Officer at CBS

Executive brings legal and business experience to new post

Josie Thomas was recently promoted to executive vice president and Chief Diversity Officer at CBS…

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Organization Kicks Off New Initiative to Promote Career Development and Entrepreneurship

Group also partnering with Give1 Project for women's program in Senegal

Walker’s Legacy, a national resource for women in business, is kicking off its initiative to…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Top 5 Least Stressful Jobs

Tailor and professor among less-strenuous jobs

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With high amounts of stress due to the current economic climate—and the fallout of…

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10 Websites to Get You Started in Freelancing

These resources will help you get started

Check out these resources to help you get started as a freelancer in any industry.

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Negative Depictions of Black Power Women: Enough is Enough

Is diversifying character plots a bit too much to ask?

BET debuted “Being Mary Jane,” and one avid TV consumer says, in terms of the…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Boss Moves: Meet the First Black Female Comic on SNL in Six Years

Get to know the latest addition to the cast

After controversy about lack of diversity on Saturday Night Live, Sasheer Zamata joins the ranks…

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Then and Now: 10 Gigs That Didn’t Exist Before, But Are Now Booming

Tech, fitness-related jobs lead as high in demand and big on salary potential

These jobs weren’t even a thought for companies to invest in before and are now…

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Be Aware: 4 Hiring Practices Set to Increase in 2014

'Off-shoring' jobs among employment trends to take a lead

From ‘off-shoring’ jobs to hiring more part-time than full-time workers, employers detail plans for 2014…

By Janell Hazelwood

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2014 Jobs Forecast: Employers Plan to Be Cautious with Recruitment

Salaries for highly skilled workers set to become more competitive

According to Careerbuilder’s annual report, employers plan to be cautious in 2014 with hiring, and…

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Africa-America Institute Launching Speaker Series for Global Leaders

Networking, advocacy and panel events to start in January

Starting in January and ending in November 2014, the Africa-American Institute will begin its speaker…

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Small Business Job Numbers Show Growth in October

1.3 Million Americans Set to Lose Unemployment Benefits

White House urging Congress to extend program

More than 1 million unemployed will lose benefits Dec. 28, with far-reaching implications for economy.…

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Social Media Fanatic? These Are the Jobs For You

Gift of gab, Web savvy and marketing experience are key

If you’re savvy with the Web, have gift of gab and marketing mojo, these top…

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New NSBA Survey Shows IT Cost, Security Major Concerns for Small Business

12 Hot, High-Paying Jobs to Look Forward To In 2014

If you're looking to upgrade your career---and your salary---these are the jobs for you

If you’re looking to upgrade your career—and your coin—in the new year, these are the…

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Hampton University Inc.

How Pres. William R. Harvey’s business approach produced an HBCU set for sustainable longevity

Hampton University president William Harvey gives candid insights on HBCU management efficiency and entrepreneurial innovation.

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Rihanna Adds Balmain to Her Career Portfolio

Pop star becomes face of luxury Parisian brand

Pop start Rihanna has become the new face of luxury Parisian fashion brand Balmain, adding…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Artist and Fitness Buff Talks Social Media’s Role in Career Advancement

Keaira LaShae uses Web to merge professional interests

Artist and fitness enthusiast Keaira LaShae has used social media to fuel her day job…

By Sasha King

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Survey: Many Employers Get Generous, Plan Holiday Bonuses

More than 40% expect to add extra coin to workers' pockets

A new Careerbuilder survey shows more than 40% of employers are planning to give employees…

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Songstress and activist Kaissa, a native of Cameroon, gave a riveting performance for the audience, along with ADA award honoree Blitz the Ambassador.

Applause Africa Honors Global Leaders at African Diaspora Awards

Honorees include Nobel Laureate and Hopstop founder

Check out this photo recap of Applause Africa’s African Diaspora Awards honoring global leaders in…

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On the Radar: Africa’s Leading Women in Business, Entertainment, Politics and Advocacy

The AWP Network highlights global powerhouses we all should watch

The AWP Network highlights global power women, some well-known and others under-the-radar, who we all…

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Privacy Wins: New Jersey Bosses Can’t Ask For Social Media Account Passwords

No more snooping into your private affairs, but what's public is still up for scrutiny

A law finally enacted in New Jersey prohibits employers from asking for workers’ social media…

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Through Dec. 2, the 'Beauty for the Bold' campaign will host events, profile inspiring women, and conduct Twitter chats and forums on domestic violence  to bring awareness.

The tour's next stop will be in Atlanta on December 2 at the Mary Hall Freedom House. For more information visit BlackCelebrityGiving.com/BeautyForTheBold.

Celebrities and Professional Women Team Up to Raise Domestic Violence Awareness

'Beauty for the Bold' campaign campaign kicks off in New York

Sister 2 Sister publisher Jamie Foster Brown, along with celebrity friends and professional give back…

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Color Code: What Do the Hues You Wear to Work Say About You?

Survey: Recruiters favor black and blue as exuding leadership and confidence

New survey of recruiters and HR professionals reveals the importance of attire and colors in…

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10 Fastest-Growing Careers [Slideshow]

Can you see yourself working in any of these jobs?

These occupations have the best outlook when it comes to job growth.

By Sheiresa Ngo

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NASCAR Appoints New Managing Director of Brand and Consumer Marketing

Kenny Mitchell brings leadership experience from companies including Gatorade/PepsiCo

Kenny Mitchell has been named managing director of brand and consumer marketing, NASCAR announced recently.…

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Miles Davis Biopic: Don Cheadle Set to Expand Career Profile with Directorial Debut

Actor working in collaboration with family, Herbie Hancock

Actor Don Cheadle is making more Hollywood boss moves with a new Miles Davis biopic…

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Study: Many Professionals Forced to Choose Careers Outside College Major

More than 30 percent say they never found job related to degree

A new Careerbuilder study shows many college-educated professionals choose to pursue careers outside their major…

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Epic Records VP Shares How Women Can Break Out and Make it to the Top

Traci Adams' keys to success: Power guidance and confidence

From Georgia to New York City, Traci Adams has made her mark on the music…

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Global Innovators to be Honored at African Diaspora Awards in New York City

Honorees and international leaders will gather to highlight excellence in industries

Applause Africa will honor global leaders in philanthropy, media, entertainment and technology at African Diaspora…

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Report: High-Wage Jobs Expected to See Higher Growth Than Low Wage

Strongest projected growth projected in healthcare, energy and IT

A new report indicates that high-wage jobs will see higher growth than low wage and…

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Survey Details Workers’ Most Ridiculous Excuses for Missing Work

More than 30% of workers call out sick when they aren't

New survey finds that more than 30 percent of workers called out sick when they…

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African Diaspora Awards to Kick Off with UN Ambassadorial Tour for Young Professionals

Tour will facilitate networking and career development

To kick off the African Diaspora Awards, Applause Africa is hosting the ADA Ambassadorial Tour…

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Female Tech Leaders Honored at “Women of Color” Event

Chrysler Group professionals get top awards

Women professionals of color from Chrysler group honored as leaders in STEM leadership.

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Women Continue to See Gains in Employment

Black male jobless rate still far surpassing women in same age group

Reports indicate women seeing gains in employment, while men lag behind, especially minority men.

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One-on-One Exclusive: Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan Talks Business Development

Agriculture and energy key emerging areas for business investors

BlackEnterprise.com’s exclusive one-on-one interview with Nigeria’s President Jonathan Goodluck on business development and investment opportunities.

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Restaurants and wine brands showcased their dishes and wares in an atmosphere that advocated for minority entrepreneurship and global boss moves, including, Bed Vyne Wine, Buka, House of Mandela Wines, Jollof,  Katra, La Caye, Les  Ambassades, Le Souk Harem,  Madiba, Ponty Bistro, Queen of Sheba,  Shrine NYC and Toast 105.

New York’s First African Restaurant Week Kicks Off With Tasting Event

Top chefs and entrepreneurs showcase talents and wares among professionals

During African Restaurant Week in New York, diners can enjoy prix-fix three-course meals at several…

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The Lynn twins' work has been collected by celebrities and industry leaders including Earl Graves, Sr., Bill Cosby, Kanye West and Bob Johnson. They have enjoyed more than 15 years of success walking the professional path they say chose them.


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Mackey Sisters Present Landmark Twins Exhibit at NYC’s Schomburg

Jerry and Terry Lynn showcase talent and talk professional passion

The Mackey Twins Art Gallery presented a landmark two-day event at New York’s Schomburg to…

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PHOTOS: Harlem School of the Arts Honors Laurence Fishburne, Gina Torres and Leaders in Philanthropy

Entrepreneurs Janice S. and Christopher J. Williams among honorees for leadership

On Oct. 8, the Harlem School of the Arts honored leaders in business and Hollywood…

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Terrence J Inspires Youth To ‘Dream Big’ Through Disney Dreamer’s Academy

Program continues to hold true to its mission to inspire and fuel the dreams of teens

Entering its 7th year, the Disney Dreamer’s Academy continues to hold true to its mission…

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What do Potential Employees Value Most in a Company?

Top Reasons Employees Leave Their Company

The reasons employees leave a company are more than just a paycheck

At the height of the recession, employees were more likely to stay put when they…

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3 Underserved Industries Offering Scholarships and Grants to Career Changers

Assistance programs for your next act

A new career might be easier to achieve if you look to industries that are…

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China Muoka, technology entrepreneur and CEO of JobClickr and RentIsh, gave attendees tips on search engine optimization (SEO) and talked about the importance of your brand's searchability. It's important you know what's on the Web about you, your company or your brand and how you can control that, he said.

IBOM LLC Hosts Interactive Social Media Week Event for Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs

Media, tech and law professionals talk branding and best practices

On Sept. 27, Ibom LLC in partnership with The City College of New York, hosted…

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No More Paycheck-to-Paycheck: Survey Links Uptick in Job Security to Decline

With more workers gaining employment, positive trends expected to continue

One thing about the link between career and wealth-building: Negotiating what youj’re worth, saving and…

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Africa-America Institute president and CEO Amini Kajunju is a native of the Democratic Republic of Congo and the first African ever to serve at the helm of the oldest nonprofit organization of its kind in the United States.

AAI Anniversary Awards Gala: Global Business Leaders Talk Bridging the Gap Between Africa and America

Global leaders gather at Africa-America Institute gala for a night of celebration and acknowledgment

On Sept. 25, global leaders gathered to celebrate the Africa-America Institute’s 60th anniversary, bridging the…

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Report: Women Have More Jobs, But Even More Poverty

Female occupations gained tend to be low-paying

Regained jobs for women after the recession tend to be in lower-paying occupation, reports indicate.

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Tonya Lewis Lee Expands Family-Friendly Film Legacy with “The Watsons Go to Birmingham”

Producer, wife and mother talks balancing family life and advice for power women

BlackEnterprise.com caught up with filmmaker Tonya Lewis Lee on “Watsons Go to Birmingham” and balancing…

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Knight Foundation Awards $3.6 Million for Black Male Networking Initiative

Recipiant BMe will facilitate connecting successful men for civic and leadership advocacy

The Knight Foundation has granted $3.6 million to a pilot program that will promote networking…

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Activate Conference to Draw Leaders in Business, Entertainment and Media to New York

Speakers include Les Brown and actress Malinda Williams, among others

Power women and men will gather in New York for the inaugural Activate Conference Sept.…

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Top 5 Most Underrated Jobs in America

Veterinarian and market research analyst among awesome job options often overlooked

CareerCast recently released its report of the top most underrated jobs in the U.S., based…

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Face2Face Africa Hosts Networking Event for NYC Professionals

State Farm, Arik Air among sponsors and companies in attendance

On Sept. 13, <a href="http://face2faceafrica.com/" target="_blank"><strong>Face2Face Africa</strong></a>, a premier media and events company, hosted…

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Hollywood Boss Moves: Phylicia Rashad Directs ‘Four Little Girls’ Play

Special reading marks 50th anniversary of tragic Birmingham bombing

Actress Phylicia Rashad, best known as one of America’s favorite TV moms, is adding…

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Employers Seeing Value of Older Employees

Companies including AT&T and Google recognize importance of seniors

As the working population—and the unemployed—continue to age, companies including AT&T and Google recognize importance…

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Women Regain Lost Jobs, While Men Trail Behind

Male-dominated industries, such as manufacturing, still haven't rebounded

Reports note that women have gotten back all jobs lost during the Great Recession, but…

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Africa-America Institute Will Kick Off 60th Anniversary with Career Expo

Global organization to honor who's who in international leadership and philanthropy

The Africa-America Institute will celebrate 60 years of global education and employment advocacy with a…

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Study: For Men, Employment is the New Sexy

Power women with own money and jobs trump trophy girls in dating preference

A new study might dispel the common notion that trophy girls win in the dating…

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The African Americans Directing America’s Largest Corporations

Our exclusive list of the most powerful guardians of shareholder value

We created our exclusive BLACK ENTERPRISE Registry of Corporate Directors to place a spotlight on…

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Meet America’s Most Powerful Corporate Directors

Our exclusive BLACK ENTERPRISE Registry of Corporate Directors places a spotlight on those making contributions as some of the nation's most powerful guardians of shareholder value of S&P 250 companies.

Check out our gallery list of the nation’s top African American directors

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On Sept. 1, the 8th annual Nigeria Entertainment Awards (NEAs) honored the who's who in African entertainment at New York University's Skirball Center for Performing Arts. The night brought together the best of the best in global talent and business.
The event was hosted by the hilarious comedian Bright ‘BasketMouth’ Okpocha, who kept the audience roaring with laughter. The more than 10-year industry vet has made more than a few celebrities let out a chuckle or two, including Boys 2 Men, Sean Paul, Beyonce, Snoop Dogg, and Wyclef Jean. 


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PHOTOS: Who’s Who of Global Talent Honored at NYC Awards Show

International leaders in film and music take home wins

The Nigerian Entertainment Awards brought the best of the best in global talent at NYU’s…

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Ford Adds 1,400 Jobs to Struggling Detroit After Shifting Manufacturing from Mexico

Move adds 1,400 jobs to Motor City metro area

The automaker invested $555 million into the Flat Rock Assembly Plant, adding added a state-of-the-art,…

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The NEA Awards Returns to New York to Honor Who’s Who in African Entertainment

Top talent from U.S. and the Diaspora will perform and attend

On Sept. 1, the Nigerian Entertainment Awards return to New York in the heart of…

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Be Inspired: Top Successful Women Who Got the Axe and Thrived

From Kerry Washington to Oprah Winfrey, these ladies shined after defeat

From Kerry Washington to Star Jones, these power women of color used temporary losses as…

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Investment Banking Firm Trains, Hires Returning Soldiers

Investment banking firm helps returning soldiers land jobs

It’s been well documented that veterans returning home after serving the country often struggle to…

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Emerging Opportunities: Job Growth Potential in the Land of Logistics

In-demand skills for new professional journeys

Apparently, one in-demand skill is logistics, a base of knowledge that includes managing goods distribution…

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Emerging Opportunities: Auto Industry Seeking Women for Employment

Tech advances changing the game for female job candidates

Rebounding auto industry seeking talents of women in a job market that’s becoming more about…

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Black Unemployment Drops to Record Low

July saw lowest level of joblessness during Obama administration

The Labor Department reports record low for African-American joblessness, the lowest during President Obama’s administration.

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Weekly Jobless Numbers Drop to Record Low

Claims see unexpected decline

Jobless numbers reach 5 1/2-year low, according to reports.

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Boss Moves: Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs Names Keith Clinkscales Revolt TV CEO

Executive brings experience from VIBE and ESPN

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According to reports, entertainment mogul Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs has named Keith Clinkscales…

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On July 17, more than 400 attendees gathered to support the First Annual Black Ivy Alumni League fundraising gala in New York City. The gala was hosted with Columbia Business School's African-American Alumni Association, Black Alumni of Dartmouth Association, Cornell Black Alumni Association and the Association of Black Princeton Alumni, and honored industry leaders who hail from the nation's top schools. A portion of the proceeds from the event will fund New York City public school classroom projects.

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PHOTOS: Black Ivy Alumni League Hosts Philanthropic Event Honoring Leaders

Keith Boykin and Ryan Lesle part of star-studded night

On July 17, more than 400 attendees gathered to support the First Annual Black Ivy…

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Hip-Hop Artist Wale Gifts Hampton University Student with $25,000

Sophomore wins during radio call-in contest in Norfolk, Va.

Entertainer Wale awarded college sophomore Lauren Pryor $25,000, adding philanthropy to his entertainment brand.

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Survey: Employers Plan More Pay Raises in 2014

Mercer Survey finds higher pay raises for top-performers

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In a recent survey released by Mercer, pay raises are on the rise from…

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Stories of Career Triumph: One-on-One with Author Ntozake Shange

Award-winning author talks working through illness and advice for young wordsmiths

In a special series on professionals who turned passions into fulfilling careers, BlackEnterprise.com talks with…

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Month of the Man: MTA CDO Talks Leadership and Advancement for Young Professionals

Michael Garner details balancing roles and advice for career positioning

Michael Garner, chief diversity officer at New York City’s MTA, talks leadership under pressure and…

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Get Your Happy Back: 5 Jobs With Top Satisfaction Factors

These careers have top possibilities of fulfillment

Unfulfilled at the office? You may need a change. These jobs have fulfillment factors through…

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Being a Workplace Bully Pays Off? One Study Says Yes

Bullies get more benefits than reprimands by supervisors

Reports say new study shows that workplace bullies are seeing more benefits than reprimands in…

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Award-winning actress Jackie Appiah was honored for her excellence in the global film industry.

WATCH: BlackEnterprise.com Live From Face2Face Africa’s F.A.C.E. List Awards

Correspondents talk with honorees, organizers and supporters for star-studded night

On June 15, Face2Face Africa honored leaders including Aziz G. Adetimirin, publisher of The Network…

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Young Intellectual Phenom: Two-Year-Old Joins Mensa Ranks

Toddler can read Shakespeare and speak three languages

Adam Kirby can do many things at the tender age of two that many of…

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New York City Sick Leave Law Gives Workers Relief

New law could have impact on decisions of other states, cities

A new law passed by New York City requires business owners and companies to provide…

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Nelson Mandela: Top 6 Boss Moves of A Global Icon

A snapshot of the South African president's exemplary leadership

As the global community sends support to South African President Nelson Mandela, take a look…

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Jobs in Demand: Pharmacy Professionals Talk Career Advancement

Three young professionals share tips for entry and success

Three young pharmacy professionals share tips for success and how to break into an in-demand…

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Career Meltdowns: 5 Leaders Whose Scandals Led to Professional Disaster

A snapshot of celebrity branding blunders

Paula Deen's latest scandal led to lost endorsements and fans. (Image: File)
Reports of Paula Deen’s…

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Top Caribbean Power Women: Leaders in Politics, Music, and More

Exemplary females with roots in the Islands

In honor of Caribbean Heritage Month, BlackEnterprise.com highlights top leaders of Caribbean descent in sports,…

By Joshua Perrin

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New High Court Decision Makes It Difficult to Prove Workplace Discrimination

Dissenting justices suggest Congress take action against the ruling

Supreme Court rulings narrow the definition of “supervisor” and make it harder to prove racial…

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Out-of-Office: 5 Hot Jobs for Outdoor Enthusiasts

If cubicles make you cringe, here are better options

Whether you love working with your hands or you hate being cooped up indoors, these…

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Caribbean Power Men: 10 Top Leaders in Politics, Sports and More

Musicians, athletes, and politicians who have roots in the Islands

In honor of Caribbean Heritage Month, BlackEnterprise.com highlights top leaders of Caribbean descent.

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For Youth Jobs, White House Pushes Involvement

Outlook of economy depends in large part to youth jobs

President Obama, White House push for youth jobs.

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Month of the Man: High School Inc. Administrator Talks Combating Black Male Dropout Rates

Brandon Frame gives success strategy for young men of color to graduate

High School Inc.’s Brandon Frame shares his career journey and the keys to success that…

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Award-winning actress Jackie Appiah was honored for her excellence in the global film industry.

PHOTOS: Face2Face Africa Celebrates Leaders of the African Diaspora

Business and entertainment leaders honored including actress Jackie Appiah and publisher Aziz G. Adetimirin

On June 15, Face2Face Africa honored leaders including Aziz G. Adetimirin, publisher of The Network…

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Chicago Public Schools Lays Off More than 850 Teachers

Announcement comes as CPS grapples with $1 billion deficit

Announcement comes at a challenging time as CPS seeks to rebound from a record $1…

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Month of the Man: 3 Steps to Startup Success for Tech Entrepreneurs

Elliott Breece (far left) with his Songza co-founders (from left) Elias Roman, Peter Asbill, and…

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From Newbie to Senior: Six Leaders Who Found Success Early—and Later—In Their Careers

Be inspired, from Cicely Tyson to Ithaca N.Y. mayor Svante Myrick

Major accomplishments can come at any age, proving it’s never too late—or too early—to make…

By Joshua Perrin

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Judge: Movie Studio Interns Should Have Been Paid

Case could have broad implications for unpaid workers

Case could have broad implications for the estimated half a million unpaid internships completed each…

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Media Takeover: Top Boss Moves of Wendy Williams

'Queen of All-Media' continues expanding brand in publishing, acting

As the talk show host continues to expand her brand, take a look at her…

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Broadway Boss Moves: 4 Actors of Color Changing the Game

Cicely Tyson, Billy Porter, Patina Miller, Courtney B. Vance part of history-changing year

Actors Cicely Tyson, Billy Porter, Patina Miller and Courtney B. Vance make history with 2013…

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Get Hired: Top Jobs For Recent Graduates

Despite slumping employment stats, look at the brighter side with these opportunities

True, the employment stats for minorities may seem a bit gloomy, but here are ten…

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Close the Gap: Top 5 STEM Job Options for Black Men

Get in the game. Demand for these careers set to increase by 2018

Men of color continue to be underrepresented when it comes to science, tech and engineering…

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Black Men Winning: 4 Stellar Leaders in Tech Innovation

Part of the Month of the Man, we highlight male leaders of excellence

This month, for BlackEnterprise.com’s Month of the Man, we highlight top male innovators in technology.

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Month of the Man: Uptown Publisher Talks Black Buying Power and Brand-Building Boss Moves

Leonard Burnett leads movement to show other side of diversity coin

As part of BlackEnterprise.com’s Month of the Man series, media powerhouse Leonard Burnett talks black…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Boss Moves: Delta Sigma Theta Set to Open School in Haiti

Big year for organization as it celebrates its centennial

As Delta Sigma Theta celebrates it’s 100th year, the organization is partnering with Water in…

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Maryland Workers Stage Protest Against Workplace Discrimination

Arundel County activists say unfair practices seen in county government

Activists held a protest Tuesday outside of the Arundel Center in Arundel County, Maryland, aiming…

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Educate to Innovate: 5 STEM Programs for Young Black Men

Check out options to help level the science and tech playing field

Minorities—especially men of color—are underrepresented in many science and tech fields. These programs help level…

By Janelle Rucker

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Susan Rice Set to Become Second Black Female National Security Adviser

Rice’s appointment comes amid GOP criticism and Benghazi scandal

President Obama’s latest appointment is expected to be met with criticism from the Republican Party,…

By Joshua Perrin

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Black Men Winning: Top 4 Celebrity Boss Moves in Entertainment

A snapshot of male leaders of color changing the game

As part of BlackEnterprise.com’s Month of the Man series, we highlight top celebrity boss moves…

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Face2Face Africa Honoring Who’s Who of the African Diaspora

Top talents in publishing, entertainment, philanthropy will receive awards June 15

On June 15, top talent in publishing, media, fashion and philanthropy will be honored including…

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Stephen G. Hill Talks Expanding BET Awards Brand and Road to Success

Executive details popular program transition into The BET Experience

As the BET Awards morphs into The BET Experience, BlackEnterprise.com catches up exclusively with Stephen…

By Cedric 'BIG CED' Thornton

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Young, Millennial and Fearless: How Being a Self-Starter Can Lead to Big Wins

Social entrepreneur and author Syreeta Gates gives secrets to success

Twenty-five year old author and social entrepreneur Syreeta Gates shares the secrets to making your…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Diversity in Green Jobs: Apple Hires Lisa Jackson

New post lends nod to diversity in the green jobs space

Former head of EPA’s new post lends nod to diversity in green jobs and the…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Radio Show ‘Café Mocha’ Partners with MadameNoire

Syndicated show that caters to African American women, Cafe Mocha, partners with MadameNoire.com to expand…

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Women of Power: The Award-Winning Legacy of Charlayne Hunter-Gault

Esteemed journalist Charlayne Hunter–Gault will receive the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit Legacy Award…

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