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Jump Ship On Your Wireless Contract

Leave your cell phone carrier without paying a fee

The cell phone industry tops the Better Business Bureau’s consumer complaint list with more…

By Nicole Norfleet

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Get Fit On A Dime

Resolve to be healthy—and wealthy—this New Year

Nearly 43 million people are members of health clubs across the United States, according…

By Angela P. Moore-Thorpe

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Giving Your All

I am the mother of two boys; one is autistic. Although I work full…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Before You Hit Send

Crafting workplace e-mails to avoid mishaps

A decade ago, Barbara Pachter told students, “E-mail is a word document that can…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Don’t Lie To Me

Dishonesty can ruin professional and personal relationships

“Lying proved to be one of the worst coping mechanisms I’ve ever chosen,” says…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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What’s The Black Travel Market Worth?

The African American market is one of the top three fastest growing markets in…

By Aisha Sylvester

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Job Search Made Easy

When the partners of the executive search firm The Marquin Group decided to create…

By Aisha Sylvester

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Strength In Numbers

No one can dispute that African Americans represent an influential demographic that drives style…

By Aisha Sylvester

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Starting on the Right Foot

I am 28 years old and less than a year away from obtaining a…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Achieving Greatness

“Mediocrity has no place in business,” insists Randal Pinkett, 2005 winner of the NBC…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Politically Correct

By George Alexander

Name DeDe Lea
Title: Executive Vice President, Government Affairs, Viacom Inc.
Location: New York, NY
Age: 43
Power…

By George Alexander

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Happy Blogging

I want to set up a Website and start a blog, too, but I…

By Dale Coachman

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The ‘In-Crowd’ Online

Professionals take networking to new levels

Whatever your interests, on the Internet you’re guaranteed to find a network of people…

By Alwin Jones

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Master P Makes It Happen

Percy “Master P” Miller has been named president of Udub Music, Urban World Wireless’…

By Dale Coachman

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Touch And Go

The HTC Touch smartphone has been called any number of names since it was…

By Anthony Calypso

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A Community Affair

Jason Knight helps members manage their finances

When Jason Knight went looking for solutions TO get out of debt, he instead…

By Anthony Calypso

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Virtual Vision

I’m looking to start an online business. I already have a business plan, but…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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With A Smile

Customer service affects every aspect of your business

Providing an excellent consumer experience is essential to building and maintaining a thriving business.…

By Ayana Dixon

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A Piece Of The Action

To attract top chefs to his sushi restaurant, this entrepreneur used equity as an incentive

André Williams was in a tight spot. While working for a large software company…

By Alan Hughes

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Keeping It Green

Urban planner uses business to push her environmental ideals

For many entrepreneurs, the No. 1 concern is adding clients at any cost. But…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Protect Your Assets

I have several rental properties in my name. Should I incorporate or get an…

By Trevor Delaney

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Bad Time For Banking

Raymond Stewart’s portfolio takes a hit

Who knew? At the time Raymond Stewart, president and chief investment officer of RASARA…

By Steve Garmhausen

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Money In The Middle

Eric McKissack says investors shouldn’t overlook mid-cap stocks

Stock markets and families may have more in common than meets the eye. In…

By James A. Anderson

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Retirement In Black And White

We all need to help close the racial wealth gap in America

The headline from the latest Ariel-Schwab Black Investor Survey is that blacks are moving…

By Mellody Hobson

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Looking For Values

The housing slump has beaten up some stocks unfairly. Take a look before they rebound.

As some of the major financial institutions on Wall Street post billion-dollar losses and…

By Charles Keenan

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Still Unprepared For Natural Disasters

Blacks more likely to be affected and less prepared

It appears that recent natural disasters such as the California wild fires and Hurricane…

By Alexis McCombs

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SBA Makes Reforms to Federal Government Contracting

Agency creates recertification regulations that may affect black businesses

The U.S. Small Business Administration is now requiring that small businesses recertify their size…

By Alexis McCombs

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On The Green

Sheila Johnson adds $35 million golf resort to her expanding portfolio

Sheila JohnSON, CEO of Salamander Hospitality L.L.C., is making history with the $35 million…

By Donna M. Owens

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Lee-Chin Sells Wealth Management Co.

Billionaire shifts investments to the Caribbean

Michael Lee-Chin often applies the words of a Canadian proverb to investing. “To be…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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At&T tTo Acquire Black Telecom Firm

Former BE 100s company to maintain staffing and recruiting business

ChaseCom L.P., a Houston-based telecommunications company that once ranked among the be 100s, signed…

By Alan Hughes

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Tough Ride In Top Seat

From forced resignations to planned successions, CEO turnover remains high

In one week the number of black CEOs of the nation’s top publicly-traded companies…

By Cliff Hocker

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Backtalk with Sheila Johnson

Oftentimes, the voices of those in need go unheard. But Sheila Johnson is listening.…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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The Hot List

These bold innovators--all under the age of 40--are shaping our world

Making their mark on sectors ranging from finance and medicine to media and entertainment,…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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My Wife, My Partner

Let’s face it: It is extremely difficult to build a multimillion-dollar company from scratch,…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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Backtalk with Terrie M. Williams

It’s quite ironic that Terrie M. Williams, who is well known as the president…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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More Than Hot Air? You Decide

Presidential candidates sound off on their platform issues while BE places its bets on each party’s nominee

Never have the choices been wider. Never have the stakes for 21st-century America been…

By Joyce Jones

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KNICKS LOSE BIG

Isiah Thomas to appeal court’s decision to award Anucha Browne Sanders in sexual harassment suit

Former basketball marketing executive Anucha Browne Sanders was awarded $11.6 million in punitive damages…

By Anne Chapman

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Bob Johnson Opens Car Dealership

Plans to provide a bridge to create more minority owners

Robert L. Johnson, founder of The RLJ Cos. (parent company of RLJ Development L.L.C.,…

By Wendy Isom

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McIntosh Family Sells Car Dealership

Charges that Chrysler’s "cut and run" strategy leaves dealers vulnerable

After 12 years in automotive sales, the McIntosh family—well known in Seattle’s metro area—recently…

By Brenda Porter

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Green Interests Growing

Black attitudes reflect increasing concern for the environment

Blacks are going “green,” or making more sustain-able decisions that benefit not only their…

By Brenda Porter

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There’s Still Time To Save

Three year-end money moves you don’t want to overlook

Though most people find little humor in the subject of taxes, proper tax planning…

By Donald Jay Korn

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Real Opportunities

Don’t let mortgage mayhem steer you away from sound investments

Problems in the real estate market may make you want to run for the…

By James A. Anderson

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There’s Always One

Stellar portfolio weighed down by Office Depot

When Dawn Alston Paige, co-founder of Durham, North Carolina-based Piedmont Investment Advisors (No. 12…

By Steve Garmhausen

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In Control

Tips for navigating a buyer’s market

Samantha Justice needed to make some connections. In May, at a networking event for…

By Erinn R. Johnson

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Understanding the Fed

Get a handle on how Ben Bernanke’s decisions affect your wallet

If you’ve ever had to bluff your way through a conversation on the Federal…

By Steve Garmhausen

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The Year in Review

My husband and I eventually plan to pick and invest in stocks ourselves; however,…

By Trevor Delaney

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Picture of Success

When filmmaker hit a rough patch, financing and friends helped smooth the way

As the saying goes: When the going gets tough, the tough get going. They…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Calling All Recruiters

AgentHR puts staffing agents in charge

Unstable markets and slow economic growth have not put the squeeze on the recruiting…

By Chana Garcia

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Management: Via E-Mail

How to successfully manage virtual teams

In 2004, Timothy A. Wilson took his management consulting and organizational development firm national…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Identify and Conquer

I am a 22-year-old entrepreneur and want to expand my business. I sell body…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Geek, chic, or super [tech] freak?

Find the perfect present for everyone on your list

Whether you celebrate Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah, all of the above, or none, one thing’s…

By Dale Coachman

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Count On This

How one young professional blends bean counting and financial controls with business savvy

Name: Stacey Ryan-Cornelius
Title: Senior Partner, Regional Controller Corporate
Finance, Ogilvy and Mather
Location: New York
Age: 38
Power…

By Faith Chukwudi

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Work is an action word

Bernard Bell, senior vice president for TV One, insists that he knows there is…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Negotiating Your Move

Been offered a big opportunity? Here’s how to relocate successfully

When Torra Haynes, manager of merchandising operations for Limited Brands in Columbus, Ohio, was…

By Denise A. Campbell Laidler

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Diversity Hunt

I have been a corporate communications specialist for six months. I would love to…

By Sonia Alleyne

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A Click in the Right Direction

Website teaches youth financial literacy

“There are just too many kids out there who are trying for that easy dollar,…

By Nicole Norfleet

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’Tis the Season

Have a generous heart with these gifts of glee

The holiday season is upon us and is often the best time to SHOW…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Wanting More

I am a 23-year-old single mother with a full-time and part-time job. I’m also…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Bright Gift-Giving Ideas

Some best buys this season for under $100

To take some of the headache out of your holiday shopping and the burden…

By Tara Walker

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Smoke Signals

Johnny Drake on what to expect in a fine cigar

By Alan Hughes
Lounging in a soft leather recliner after a long day, a single…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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The Luxury of Giving

Unique gifts for discriminating tastes

Road Kill
It’s a cruiser truly unlike any other, particularly for the enthusiast who collects…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Ready To Go The Distance

B.E. catches up with a few of our 2006 financial fitness contest winners to see if they’re close to the finish line

As part of the BLACK ENTERPRISE Black Wealth Initiative, we hope that an award…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Eliminate Student Loan Debt–NOW!

Here’s a foolproof plan to get rid of your debt while you’re still young

Like most recent college grads, Tamika Gambrell, now 26, left school with hefty student…

By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

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The Rise of Independent Music

Indie labels maximize control

For the first 12 years of her career, six-time Grammy Award-nominated R&B singer Tamia…

By Nicole Marie Richardson

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Building Your Business

A strong Web presence is a must

“Having a presence online is like being in the phone book,” says Maisha Walker.…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Me First!

Putting others' needs before your own can be hazardous to your career and your health

Andrew J. Milisits Jr. thought he could do it all. The 36-year-old husband and…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Blacks & Sexuality

Roundtable discussion deals with images and sexuality in the Black community. Panelists include Mya Baker,…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Mental Health

Roundtable discussion focuses on depression and mental illness as it relates to the African American…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Blacks in Hollywood, Pt. 2

Roundtable discussion examines the challenges of being black in Hollywood with Jeff Friday, President, American…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Blacks in Hollywood, Pt. 1

Roundtable discussion examines the challenges of being black in Hollywood with Jeff Friday, President of…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Enough Is Enough

Today, we live in a society happy to watch black people denigrate themselves, a…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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Backtalk with Tony Dungy

Head coach Anthony “Tony” Dungy isn’t one to make a scene. Known for his…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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ExChanging Places

Carver Bancorp transfers stock listing to Nasdaq

Deborah C. Wright, Chairman and CEO of Carver Bancorp Inc. (No. 1 on the…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Operation Fusion

CEO combines three separate acquitions to form multimillion-dollar corporation

Entrepreneur Albert H. Frazier is making moves to position his emerging enterprise as a…

By Tara Walker

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MV Transportation Wins $133m Contract

Deal makes firm one of nation's largest bus operators

MV Transportation (No. 10 on the be industrial/service 100 list with $430.5 million in…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Vioxx Warrior Promoted

Ken Frazier leaves legal role for executive post

The executive responsible for fighting thousands of lawsuits related to the prescription drug Vioxx…

By Anthony Calypso

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Black Network Shifts Gears

Struggling channel to focus on broadband TV

Following the shutdown of the Black Family Channel’s television platform in May, the network’s…

By Wendy Isom

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Banking Pioneer Mourned

William Hudgins, founder of Carver Bank, molded a business legacy over 50 years

The American business community is mourning the loss of William Randolph Hudgins, a trailblazing…

By Joyce Jones

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An Ounce of Prevention

Diabetes is on the rise among blacks, but little is being spent to thwart its occurrence

The death rate from diabetes for African Americans grew more than 46% from 1980…

By Tara Walker

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Looking For Good Buys

In an uncertain economy, it may be too early to bail out on retail stocks

Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke kicked off the holiday season early by delivering a…

By Steve Garmhausen

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Power Up!

American Century's Joe Sterling says utility shares still have juice

Forget the legacy of Enron and the shadow that it cast over utilities and…

By James A. Anderson

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Large-Cap Lesson

Did William Young's play for stability pay off?

A year ago William Young was already watching the market with cautious eyes. Last…

By Sherie Holder

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Mortgage Mess

How to determine your exposure to the subprime crisis

The closest you’ve come to a subprime mortgage is what you’ve seen on the…

By Ilana Polyak

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Taking Full Advantage

What you need to know during open-enrollment season

Fall means more than the kickoff to football season. It’s also open enrollment season:…

By Donald Jay Korn

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ENRON REDUX

I started a new job and have the option of buying company stock, up…

By Trevor Delaney

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Natural Attraction

Bath and body products maker delivers wholesome goodness

“Had I never gotten sick, I would have never started a business,” says Dawn…

By Kaylyn Kendal Dines

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In Case Of Emergency: Strategize

Preparedness for small-business owners in handling a crisis is key

Black Broker’s Bribe” was the newspaper headline that shocked Bernard Beal. In the mid-1990s,…

By Stacy Gilliam

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Getting it Sold

I’m an artist looking to sell my work. Can you offer me some information…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Out Of This World

By Anthony Calypso

In late 1999, Noah Samara, CEO of Silver Spring, Maryland-based WorldSpace Inc., was driving…

By Anthony Calypso

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WI-FI on Steroids

Will WiMax provide the juice for souped-up connections?

You’re on a train that’s speeding toward New York City. You’re putting the finishing…

By Fiona Haley

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Get The Picture

Here's how to choose the best digital camera for your needs

Anyone who has ever pored over the ads in their local paper or whiled…

By Laura Turley

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Cell Phone

Freedom-At Your Own Risk

OK, so there’s all this talk about locked versus unlocked phones, with advice and…

By Dale Coachman

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Talent Scout

How this exec finds and develops leaders internally

Name Bernard Bedon
Title SVP, Global Talent Management Director, Public Groupe Media
Location New York City
Age…

By Faith Chukwudi

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Finding Your Place In The World

Global diversity has become a corporate catchphrase. But does the concept of inclusion mean exclusion of African American workers in the U.S.?

When the CEO of Novartis Pharmaceuticals AG offered to promote Michelle Gadsden-Williams from head…

By Wendy Harris

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Face It

Where I work, employees are allowed to create their own personal Web page in…

By Sonia Alleyne

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The Power Of Commitment

Mere motivation is often not enough to achieve your goals

Michelle Tucker Kirk has never had a shortage of entrepreneurial ideas, ranging from starting…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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From Boys To Men

Tardy's book provides a resource for single moms struggling with their sons

Every single mother faced with the daunting task of raising a male child should…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Do Your Homework

I’m a 28-year-old pre-school teacher with dreams of owning a hotel resort as well…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Do You Really Need That Warranty?

What you should know before you buy a protection plan

You’ve found the 46-inch flat-screen HDTV of your dreams. You approach the register, plastic…

By Angela P. Moore-Thorpe

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Seasonal Shopping Tip Sheet

Bring some cheer and cash back into your holiday

Hate holiday shopping? You’re not alone. For many, the joys of the season are…

By Siobhan Leftwich

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Tax Breaks For School

I was told that there are tax breaks for people studying for advanced degrees.…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Hot Rods

Racer Nicole Lyons gives her picks on the street's top performers

Her love affair with fast, sexy, cars began at age 4. Nicole Lyons remembers…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Holiday Affair

Three event pros share ideas for toasting the season in style

Come All Ye Festive: The Invite
“Your invite must reflect the sophistication of your event,”…

By Sean Drakes

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All About Business

Ryan Mack Teaches Kids To Take Steps Toward Financial Freedom

In a Brooklyn, New York, church, more than 50 adults attentively take notes as…

By Diane King

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After The Storm

Following a tragic loss, the chambers family is starting to see the light

They say trouble comes in threes. That was certainly true for Ken and Tonia…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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S.O.S. Sorting Out Subprime

Does distress in the housing market spell lasting trouble or has it created prime opportunities to put your money to work?

Times have changed for Mike Teer. A real estate broker in Riverside, California, Teer’s…

By Trevor Delaney

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Classroom Cash

529 college savings plans continue to improve. Good thing, too. Just look at what a degree is going to cost you.

He may be 46, but Bruce Sneed still remembers the faces of his mother…

By Chris Taylor

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Survival of the Fittest

B.E. gives you the tools you need to help ensure the success of your venture

The terrain: harsh.
The challenges: unforgiving.
The potential rewards: priceless.
It’s a jungle out there for small-business…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Education in America, Pt. 3

A discussion on the legacy of Brown vs. The Board of Education and the Little…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Education in America, Pt. 2

A discussion on the legacy of Brown vs. The Board of Education and the Little…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Education in America, Pt. 1

A discussion on the legacy of Brown vs. The Board of Education and the Little…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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Independent Women

A look at how Black women are redefining the roles of womanhood in the…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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Equal Justic in America Part 1

A discussion examines racial inequality in America’s judicial system with panelists George Curry, Elinor Tatum,…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Equal Justice in America Part 3

A discussion examines the racial inequality within America’s judicial system with panelists George Curry, Elinor…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Equal Justice in America Part 2

A discussion examines racial inequality in America’s judicial system with panelists George Curry, Elinor Tatum,…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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The Importance of Our Legacy

A good man leaveth an inheritance to his children’s children, and the wealth of…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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Subprime Lenders Under Fire

Does the NAACP have a viable case?

The charges are serious and the legal complaint doesn’t mince words. In July, the…

By Trevor Delaney

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Gwen Sykes Takes CFO Post At Yale

Leaves NASA after reversing the agency’s financial woes

Gwendolyn Sykes, the chief financial officer that turned around NASA’s accounting issues, was recently…

By Nicole Marie Richardson

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Doctor On The Go

Concessions International founder opens airport clinic

Atlanta investment banker and lawyer Felker Ward Jr. is ushering the concept of quick,…

By Tara Walker

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Johnson Publishing Expands

Moving into television and internet to extend brand

Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Co. Inc. (No.7 on the be industrial/service 100 list with $472.2…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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FAMU Battles Financial Woes

Institution rattled by operational audit and rumors of state funding cuts

Settling into a new job is hard enough, but Florida Agricultural & Mechanical University…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Higher learning

Black enrollment at highest level ever, but graduation rate still lags

African Americans are enrolling in college at the highest numbers in the nation’s history.…

By Anthony Calypso

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Video Vanguards

Investing in the streaming video trend

In this age of YouTube, all sorts of businesses are offering video clips on…

By Charles Keenan

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Time For Bonds?

In a turbulent market, Mary Pugh reminds investors to look at fixed income

Once in a while the stock market sends investors a jolt to remind the…

By James A. Anderson

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Silicon Success

Solar energy shines for Dawn Alston Paige

The international push for alternative energy shined a positive light on Dawn Alston Paige’s…

By Evan Mynatt

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Take The Wheel

The Pension Protection Act doesn’t mean you can sit back and relax

Wouldn’t it be great if we could just push an “easy” button, like in…

By Mellody Hobson

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To Give And Receive

How to pass on 401(k) assets and manage an inheritance

If you’re disciplined about saving and investing, you may be fortunate enough to fund…

By Steve Garmhausen

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Kids First

Is Oneshare.com a good way to start educating my children about investing?
– C. Newsom-Broughton,…

By Trevor Delaney

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Doing It Right

Anthony Samuels learned early on that delegating tasks was key to his company’s survival

Contrary to popular belief, if you want the job done right you can’t always…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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The Personal Touch

Entrepreneur turns good taste, love of luxury into lucrative venture

Philadelphia resident Chaka Fattah Jr. has always had expensive taste whether for high-end restaurants…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Looking Out For The Little Guys

Large corporations partner up on online tol to boost technology, bottom line for small businesses

Prospective guests of The DC GuestHouse bed and breakfast in Washington, D.C., can now…

By Kaylyn Kendal Dines

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Come One, Come All

I have been in the restaurant industry for 17 years, and in the wake…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Homing In On The Future

Automated Interiors and WinSonic meet high demand for tech-friendly housing

Automated Interiors and WinSonic meet high demand for tech-friendly housing
Open floor plans, gourmet kitchens,…

By Sean Drakes

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Strictly Business

When it comes to handheld devices, the HP iPAQ hw6925 smartphone eschews the bells…

By LuAnn Williams

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Making the Grade

The Gateway C-120X convertible notebook is a solid business machine at an attractive price…

By Dale Coachman

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The Total Cost Of Ignorance

Avoiding top tech mistakes

A little knowledge is a dangerous thing,” or so the saying goes. But when…

By Alwin Jones

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Must-haves for the technoholic in you

Ok, we’ll admit it. We don’t always spend our time doing “business.” Sometimes we…

By Dale Coachman

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A Few Questions

You have mentioned a few times that when purchasing equipment, it’s important to think…

By Dale Coachman

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Crisis Management

An airline professional says establishing trust is the first step in effective leadership

Name: Shirley W. Bridges
Title: Chief Information Officer, Delta Air Lines; President and Chief Executive…

By Faith Chukwudi

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Network Marketing Strategies for Marketing Professionals

What You Should Know About Signing Bonuses

No longer exclusive to star athletes and high-level corporate executives, today employees at all…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Pressure Sessions

Learning how to conquer a panel interview

Marceid Hatcher was excited to be granted his first post-college interview but was nervous…

By Erinn R. Johnson

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Getting In

I am 32 and working toward a bachelor’s degree in communications. I accepted a…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Back In Business

Percy Marchand weathered the storm to rebuild his company and himself

“I woke up every day feeling pointless,” remembers Percy Marchand. “I thought I’d reached…

By Stacy Gilliam

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Overcoming Anxiety

How to tell if your work-related stress is out of control

After a company restructuring last year, Shaquell Truesdale, 35, an operations quality manager in…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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What Women Want

I’m a 27-year-old male who has recently started a direct sales business with Avon.…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Risks And Rewards …

Using equity in your home to pay off credit card debt

Two years ago Patricia Roberts-Rose of Catonsville, Maryland, stopped working full time to stay…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Bundled Services: Bargain Or Nightmare?

Be wary before switching to an all-in-one provider

Having telephone, cable TV, and high-speed Internet service provided by one company and all…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Slash Your Healthcare Costs

Insider tips on getting quality care for less

The cost of staying healthy is increasing. Health insurance costs are so high that…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Free Entertainment

Movie Websites offer no-cost leisure time

Looking for an alternative to paying $10 for a box of popcorn and a…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Paying Debts After A Spouse Dies

My husband is addicted to credit cards and has heavy debt. I have never…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Women of Power

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Quality Connections: How to Use Social Media to Advance Your Professional Brand

Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit panelist LC Johnson teaches women how to brand themselves…

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Legacy Award Honoree: How Charlayne Hunter-Gault Helped Desegregate Schools

Legacy Award recipient and journalist Charlayne Hunter-Gault was one of the first blacks to desegregate…

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