Featured Stories Archives - Page 15 of 18 - Black Enterprise

Featured Stories

New York Soul Food Hot Spot Files for Bankruptcy

Popular New York Soul Food Hot Spot Files for Bankruptcy

Pink Teacup saga continues as new location files for bankruptcy

When the eatery moved last year to its latest location, it did not have a…

By C. Daniel Baker

Posted: Tags: , ,
(File: Image)

Are You in a Financially Abusive Relationship?

Abuse isn’t just physical these days!

An enabler is one that enables another to achieve an end; especially: one who enables…

By Patrice C. Washington

Posted: Tags: ,
Five Tips to Increase Your Chances of Getting a Small Business Bank Loan

Employers Show Love with Benefits Packages

Improving economy giving employers confidence to treat workers well

Employers see the benefit in keeping workers happy, healthy a new study says

By Ashley R. Harris

Posted: Tags: , , ,

How to Effectively Manage a Virtual Team

This strategy will help you balance global employees

Check out a few tips on assembling and managing virtual teams.

By Amanda A. Ebokosia

Posted: Tags: , , , ,

Slashing Costs, Not Innovation: How a Virtual Team Can Benefit Your Business

Study shows advantages and risks of the management model

Study by Chronos Consulting explores the risks and advantages of leading virtual teams.

By Amanda A. Ebokosia

Posted: Tags: , , , ,
New Mentoring Program Aims to Help Lesbian Entrepreneurs

New Mentoring Program Aims to Help Lesbian Entrepreneurs

Connects new entrepreneurs with established industry mentors

Startout is an organization dedicated to assisting entrepreneurship in the Lesbian, Gay, Transgender, and Bisexual…

By C. Daniel Baker

Posted: Tags: ,

Young Innovators Bringing the Diaspora ‘Face2Face’ with Africa

Sandra Appiah and Isaac Boateng envision a unified Pan-African community

Sandra Appiah and Isaac Boateng, co-founders of Face2Face magazine, have turned negative life experiences into…

By Janell Hazelwood

Posted: Tags: , , , , , , ,

Former NBA Player Jamal Mashburn Moves into Hospitality Industry

The former NBA all-star adds hospitality to his already impressive resume.

Highly successful entrepreneur and retired NBA professional Jamal Mashburn is expanding his entrepreneurial interests yet…

By C. Daniel Baker

Posted: Tags: ,

Idris Elba Decoded: The Future of Black Leading Men in Hollywood

Is Elba the next Denzel?

Idris Elba’s career in music with tracks like “Secret Garden” and his DJ career may…

By Maurice Garland

Posted: Tags:
A Haunted House Poster

Marlon Wayans Decoded: One of Hollywood’s Top Black Producers is Flying Solo

"A Haunted House" is Marlon Wayans' Janet Jackson "Control” moment

Will you go watch “A Haunted House?”

By Kenya N. Byrd

Posted: Tags: , , , , , , , ,

D.C. Hotels Not as Busy for Obama Inauguration

Rooms are still available at most D.C. hotels for Obama's inauguration

D.C. Hotels say they’re filling up more slowly for inauguration week this year

By Makkada B. Selah

Posted: Tags: ,
Side-by-side comparison of the HTC Droid DNA and the LG Nexus 4 (Image: Julian Boyce, DFRAGG)

Review Roundup: HTC Droid DNA vs. LG Nexus 4

Will Droid DNA’s battery life out power the Nexus 4’s design and performance?

Side-by-side comparison of the HTC Droid DNA and the LG Nexus 4.


Posted: Tags: ,

Into 2013, New York’s ‘Piano Lesson’ a Triumph in Heart

With at least four weeks remaining, Ruben Santiago-Hudson has hopes for at least two special guests

‘The Piano Lesson’ has audiences singing August Wilson’s praises — all over again.

By Darren Sands

Posted: Tags: ,

Author Kaneisha Grayson is Her ‘Own Boyfriend’ — and Fundraiser, Too

With a little help from her 'friends,' an author closes in on Kickstarter goal

‘Be Your Own Boyfriend’ project is closer than ever to reaching young women all over…

By Darren Sands

Sommore will headline Caroline's in New York City this on Martin Luther King, Jr. Weekend.

For Laughs, Old and New Fans Still Want ‘Sommore’

A new health initiative and outlook on life endears comedienne to yet another generation

Sommore talks reaching a new audience, and discusses why hair dye is necessary.

By Darren Sands

Posted: Tags:

BET Founder Bob Johnson Offers Obama Plan to Cut Black Unemployment

Dissecting a disparity that persists across education levels and occupations.

How soon can we figure out the unemployment crisis for African Americans?

By Makkada B. Selah

Posted: Tags: ,
(Image: File)

How to Cope When a Career Win Turns into a Flop

Every path has its ups and downs. Here's how to get through

Career paths have peaks and valleys. Here are three tips on how to get out…

By Jamie Harrison

Posted: Tags: , , , , , , ,

Style Suite: Professional in Plaid

A new, fun take on an old, traditional print

Everyone from First Lady Michelle Obama to Hollywood’s elite have been spotted in tartan, proving…

By Kéla Walker

Posted: Tags: , , , ,
Living within your means is about budgeting your purchases, and having the courage to be honest about what you can and can't afford.

The Six-Word Phrase You Must Master to Improve Your Finances

To control your spending, instead of it controlling you, release the negativity and repeat after me: I cannot afford this right now.

Is gaining and keeping control over your financial health and resources a priority for you?…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

Posted: Tags: , , , , , , , ,
a young black man and woman in a professional setting

Freedom Over Finances: Study Says Millennials Value Flexibility Over Salary

Innovative environment, option to work remote top needs

Young professionals want a corporate culture that embraces innovation and allows them to view social…

By Jamie Harrison

Posted: Tags: , , ,

How To


How to Budget for Unexpected Windfalls

Having a plan for unexpected windfalls can be as important as anticipating surprise expenses. Just…

Read More »
Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)

How to Get Paid for Traveling

Evita Robinson, founder of Nomadness Travel Tribe (Image: Nomadness Travel Tribe)
Have a passion for…

Read More »