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5 Tips to Finding the Ideal Retail Location

Here's how you can scout out the best location for your start-up or business expansion

It’s been two years since Chicago’s Classic Cobbler moved out of its home-based digs and…

By Bridget McCrea

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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…

By Derek T. Dingle

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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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Recaps and Photos from the 2013 Golf & Tennis Challenge

The 20th G&T had a little something for everybody

Charlie Wilson, Chris Spencer, Melanie Fiona and more were in attendance

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Memorable Day of Champions at #GTYear20 Topped By Amazing Performance by Charlie Wilson

Winners of the 20th Annual Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge celebrated at awards dinner hosted by multi-talented actor Anthony Anderson

The final day of the 20th Annual Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf and Tennis Challengewith an awards…

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Post-College, Real Talk: Morehouse Grad Shares Importance of Early Career Planning

Young entrepreneur talks success tips for post-grad job seeking

Derric Studamire, co-founder of the Infinity Club Investment Group (ICIG), shares tips for job-seeking…

By Antoine Moss

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Q&A: 7 Minutes With ‘The Butler’ Director Lee Daniels

On a black president, artistic obligation and the film's success

The Butler is already getting Oscar buzz.

By Darren Sands

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RHYTHM & BEATS: Grammy-nominated balladeer Charlie Wilson and world-renown percussionist Sheila E.

Charlie Wilson, Sheila E. Headline Black Enterprise Golf & Tennis Challenge Labor Day Weekend

20th anniversary event features Hip Hop Icon Doug E. Fresh, Actor Anthony Anderson, Comedian Chris Spencer and more at PGA National Resort

R&B Legend Charlie Wilson and World-renown Percussionist Sheila E. will join the nation’s top African…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE EVENTS

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Victoria Duval has captured the attention of the sports world with her outstanding play this week.

Victoria Duval’s Play at the US Open Is a Sight for Four Eyes

Youngster's 'funky' signature contrasts weighty backstory

There’s only one thing cooler than Victoria Duval’s play at the US Open: her glasses.

By Darren Sands

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We reveal whether African Americans have made significant progress 50 years after the March on Washington


As thousands travel to the nation’s capital to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom , we continue to grapple with the question of whether African Americans collectively has made significant progress worthy of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s epic “I Have A Dream” Speech.  It’s true African Americans no longer suffer the injustices of Jim Crow and that we have made significant political achievement – most notably, the election of America’s first African American president, Barack Obama, for two terms – but we still confront the nagging problems of poverty, unemployment and racism. 


And the fact that such challenges continue to persist has never been more evident than the failure of a jury to hold George Zimmerman accountable for slaying Trayvon Martin as well as the Supreme Court’s decision in June to dismantle the 1965 Voting Rights Act. Revealing data compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau  as well as information from the Pew Research center’s recent report on the economic, political and social status of African Americans,  Black Enterprise – using the design talents of our Creative Director Terence Saulsby – provides a graphic snapshot of where we stand as a people today compared to that historic day in 1963. Have we realized the dream? You decide.

March on Washington Infographic: Black America 50 Years Later

The differences between Black American then and now highlighted in our infographic.

The numbers show change, but is it enough?

By Derek T. Dingle

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August Wilson’s American Century Cycle to be Recorded at Greene Space

The series kicked off Monday, August 26th bringing together many longtime Wilson collaborators and interpreters.

Will you be checking out the show during its limited run?

By Kimberly Wilson

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‘Soldier of Finance’ Book Supplies You With Marching Orders on Your Finances

Review of certified financial planner Jeff Rose's new book, "Soldier of Finance"

If you feel out of control when it comes to your finances, a few simple…

By Candace Myers

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How Your Business Can Profit From the New Industrial Revolution

American manufacturing is poised to enter a new era of explosive growth

It is imperative that African American companies, large and small, fully participate in this new…

By Derek T. Dingle

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You Lost Your Social Security Card. Now What?

Tips for replacing a lost card.

Here’s what to do if your Social Security card is lost or stolen.

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Beware of These Dirty Credit Card Tricks

Steer clear of these credit land mines.

Be on your guard when free credit offers come your way.

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Shawntae Spencer is one of a Wingstop's investors with deep roots in the National Football League. He partnered with the Richardson, Texas-based chain to open 15 restaurants in the Greater Pittsburgh area.

In Role as Entrepreneurs, NFL Players Specialize in a Familiar Fowl

The chicken business is booming. Determined to succeed in business, some football players hit their stride in a new formation -- with quality results

Sometime before the start of last football season, his ninth in the NFL, Shawntae Spencer…

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Is an MBA Necessary? On the Need for More Black Women to Go the Extra Mile

Building a supporting can help you reach your goals

In review of the educational component, the coursework is already established. It is up to…

By Dr. Claudia Barnett

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What to Do if You’ve Ever Been Denied a Bank Account

Not to worry, you still have options

Ever been denied a bank account or had a check declined? If so, here’s why…

By Jennifer Streaks

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Morehouse College Students ‘Step’ Up Their Game with Footwear Business

Here's how these Morehouse students parlayed a love for athletic footwear into a shoe company

As a student at the prominent Henry W. Grady High School in Atlanta, Thabiti Stephens…

By Bridget McCrea

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Employees at Drexel Hamilton. Photo by Jennifer S. Altman.

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…

By Alan Hughes

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Ask Sheree: When an Employee Suffers Cultural Bias

What should I do when I sense that my manager is culturally biased against me?
First…

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How to Start a Profitable T-Shirt Business

T-shirts are contemporary wardrobe staples for men, women, and children today. Building an online T-shirt…

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