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Mia Hall (right, with me and Zara Green) is a great example of the kind of person who makes mentoring a rewarding experience.

Mentorship Is Earned, Not Owed

It's about what you're willing to do, not just about what a potential mentor is able to do.

It’s about what you’re willing to do, not just what they’re able to do.

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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How to Make Home Ownership and a New Marriage Work

Does it have to be complicated?

Before you run out and start looking at all of the fabulous properties you could…

By Jennifer Streaks

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EY offers global mentoring opportunity to entrepreneurs

Month of the Man: How Black Men Can Make Global Power Plays

Leaders give insights on how to enter and capture the international markets

For Month of the Man, BlackEnterprise.com chatted with leaders including Jason Njoku of iROKO Partners…

By Janell Hazelwood

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NAWBO: Women's Procurement Program Equalization Act of 2013

New Bills Would Boost Small Businesses Access to Capital, Enhance Female Entrepreneurship

Bills would boost access to capital and enhance female entrepreneurship.

Rep. Nydia M. Velazquez has introduced 2 bills aimed at fostering entrepreneurship and helping small…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Brown’s Bold Bid to Become Maryland’s Next Governor

The following excerpts are from an exclusive interview with BLACK ENTERPRISE Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle

His campaign to become the first black to run the statehouse seeks advanced education, minority…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Family Business: Welcome to the Life of Erica & Tina Campbell

For years they've been known as Mary Mary, but here's your chance to get to know the real Erica and Tina Campbell.

For years, fans never knew Mary Mary was just a stage name, and that the…

By Amber McKynzie

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Revolt TV Finalizes National Carriage Deal With Time Warner Cable

Sean Combs’ ‘Revolt TV’ Signs Deal With Time Warner Cable Clearance

Revolt TV is scheduled to launch in Fall 2013.

Revolt TV is a socially connected television network launching in Fall 2013, focusing on live…

By C. Daniel Baker

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jamaica island beach

Still Planning Your Summer Travel? Discover All That Jamaica Has To Offer!

Jamaica has everything that makes the Caribbean the ultimate vacation destination.

Jamaica has everything that makes the Caribbean the ultimate vacation destination.

By Kimberly Wilson

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Codeblack Films Acquires "Things Never Said" - Written And Directed By Charles Murray

Codeblack Films Acquires Romantic Drama “Things Never Said”

Film will screen at 2013 American Black Film Festival in Miami

Jeff Clanagan founded Codeblack Films in 2012 with the core objective to serve the global…

By C. Daniel Baker

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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…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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One Year after Superstorm Sandy, Many Small Businesses Aren't Prepared for the Next Disaster

Natural Weather Disasters Cost $110 Billion in 2012, Report Says

Year ranks second-highest to 2005

Eleven major weather disasters ranging from hurricanes to floods cost $110 billion in 2012

By Darren Sands

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5 Smart Ways Men of Color Can Position Themselves for Success

Education consultant Howard Jean talks career resources and advancement

Educational consultant Howard Jean, education consultant talks tips for black male advancement in the workforce.

By Antoine Moss

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Month of the Man: How Black Men Can Leverage Tech Careers

Leaders weigh in on balancing your day job with side hustle and turning ideas into profits

Leaders including Eric Hamilton, co-founder of Around-the-Way app, and tech developer Muoyo Okome talk keys…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Single and Financially Sound: On Correctly Handling Your Credit and Taxes

Financial setbacks need to be taken care of

And remember, just because you are single now does not mean that credit and taxes…

By Jennifer Streaks

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Advocacy Releases Annual Small Business Lending Report

President Obama Proclaims the Start of National Small Business Week

This year marks the 50th anniversary of National Small Business Week.

President Barack Obama hailed small business owners as the economy’s engine and our biggest…

By C. Daniel Baker

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Tiffany Bender and Alize Beal, co-founders, Y.U.N.G. Harlem (Image: File)

From Professionals to Philanthropists: Two Power Women Making a Difference in Urban Communities

Y.U.N.G. Harlem founders talk civic leadership and power of giving back

Y.U.N.G Harlem founders Tiffany Bender and Alize Beal talk making a difference and using professional…

By Janell Hazelwood

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NWBC As Key Resource to Women Veteran Entrepreneurs

How to Move Your Payment Due Date

Don't fall victim to avoidable penalties

Taking just a few steps in moving your due date can help avoid costly penalties.

By Patrice C. Washington

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Family Business: Brandy, Ray J & Their Commercial Bloodline

Brandy and Ray J may hold the spotlight, but they wouldn't be there without their family.

What started as Willie Sr.’s simple love for music in Mississippi transformed into a mainstream…

By Amber McKynzie

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With the last name Jones, there’s no question that success is literally right around the corner, at least that’s true in Hollywood. Quincy Jones is a multi-platinum record-winning producer, and has everything to show for it—including his family. While it may seem like a magic trick, as the Chicago-born legend spent much of his career traveling from country to country, he still made time to play father every now and then to his seven children—Jolie, Martina, Quincy III (QDIII), Kadida, Rashida, Rachel and Kenya. 


All seven children didn’t walk behind their father into the walls of a recording studio, but they certainly found their way in and around Tinseltown. From super producer to super model, the Jones’ kids have pretty much done it all. And with their credits continually showing up on scores, albums, print ads and films, they’re not planning on stopping anytime soon. Leave it to this family, and they’ll be walking in space!

Family Business: Quincy Jones & His Hollywood Heirs

Quincy Jones and his seven children have done everything but fly to the moon.

Quincy Jones has lived around the world and worked with legends–becoming one himself–and now he’s…

By Amber McKynzie

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Elliott Breece (far left) with his Songza co-founders (from left) Elias Roman, Peter Asbill, and Eric Davich. Photo courtesy of Forbes.

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…

By Ashley Calloway

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