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A Splash Of Color

Vibrant new imaging products from Canon, Epson, and Panasonic

When it comes to digital cameras more is better. But these days, consumers are…

By Dale Coachman

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Sounds Good

I am a classical musician and need an MP3 player that I can load…

By Dale Coachman

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Support At The Top

A seasoned professional knows how to motivate employees

A number of people on your team are happy and excited to come to…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Worth the Rrisk?

For quite some time now, I have been thinking about leaving my current employer.…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Considering Long-Term Care

Having the right insurance can protect your assets

For years, Richard Payne, a neurologist and cancer specialist who lives in Durham, North…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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New study shows debit card fees are costing consumers

It’s the day before payday and money’s tight, but that $5 latte is calling…

By Siobhan Leftwich

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Want Good Credit? Read On

Let’s face it: It’s easy to fall into credit card debt. Increasingly, those handy…

By Siobhan Leftwich

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Soothing Indulgence

Frazzled from a long commute and 10-hour workdays? Maybe it’s time to go relax…

By Siobhan Leftwich

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Cutting Costs

Four savvy ways to save on everyday items

Few things in life are free, but some products and services can be bought…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Dental Denial

My wife saw a dentist for a cleaning, and he wanted to do an…

By Tanisha A. Sykes

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Old Money

Numismatist David Neita finds value in rare coins

Preservation, rarity, and demand comprise the elusive criteria of coin collectors and dealers. “When…

By Sean Drakes

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ON a global fast track

An IT executive makes a cosmopolitan Swedish city her base

Michelle Greene was a service area manager for regional IS/IT at Sony Ericsson in…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Honoring A Renaissance Man

Scholar, actor, classically trained singer, writer, and activist Paul Robeson (1898—1976) made significant contributions…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Chock-Full Of Chocolate

There are only two of its gourmet chocolate boutiques on the planet: Paris and…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Write This Way

Namiki pens (www.namiki.com) are more than writing implements; in the Yukari Royale collection, each…

By Sonia Alleyne

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B.E. Honors Tinseltown’s Best

Hollywood power brokers gather in a celebration of business success

BLACK ENTERPRISE took an unabashed leap into Hollywood’s frenzied mix of pre-Oscar events to…

By Nicole Marie Richardson

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LovieSmith

Backtalk with Lovie Smith

Lovie Smith knows football. With more than 25 years of experience and a passion for…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Black Men Benefit More From Marriage

Grooms report better finances and health than their brides

African American men are more likely to benefit from marriage than African American women,…

By Stephanie Young

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Feeling the Pinch

Interest rates are up, real estate is down, and black financial services firmsare caught in the middle

The topic of most financial conversations changed in early February. Suddenly, all that investors…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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Black American Haves and Have Nots

A discussion examining the class-wars in the Black community with panelists David Dent, Tia…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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Ghetto Nation

Roundtable discussion on the hop topics of the day with political consultant Walter Fields, author…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Police & the Black Community

A discussion on police brutality in the Black community with panelists Sen. Eric Adams,…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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The Race for the White House 2008

A special reporter’s roundtable examines the 2008 presidential candidates. Panelists include George Curry, Ron Allen,…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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The New Great Migration

Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. These most basic and priceless birthrights of…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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Will Presidential Debate Rise Above Race?

A candidate's color should have no bearing on his credentials

To win his party’s nomination, Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) will likely need to gain…

By George Alexander

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Firms Create $42 Billion Company

Atlanta Life acquires Jackson Securities to increase investment offerings

The merger of two of the nation’s oldest black-owned financial services companies has created…

By Aisha I. Jefferson

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Granite Broadcasting Goes Bankrupt

One of the largest black-owned media broadcasting companies in the country, Granite Broadcasting Corp.…

By Glenn Townes

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Naacp President Resigns

Tension between Bruce Gordon and the organization's board led to departure

After 19 months on the job, Bruce S. Gordon, a 61-year-old retired Verizon executive,…

By George Alexander

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Ford’s Savvy Political Move

Former Rep. Harold E. Ford Jr. of Tennessee has moved into corporate America as…

By Kiara Ashanti

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‘N’ Word Means Divide and Conquer

Blacks debate whether the epithet should be stricken from use

The use of the word “nigger” has the black community divided between activists calling…

By Brenda Porter

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Icv Sells Hilsinger

Investment firm nets more than 30% return on sale

Three years after acquiring Hilsinger Holdings, a leading provider of optical and ophthalmic products,…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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LOSING THE WAR ON WEIGHT

Obesity rates growing for African Americans

African Americans are steadily growing around the waistline. According to the national report Health,…

By Mashaun D. Simon

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Keep An Eye On Oil

Calvin H. Baker offers a range of large- and mid-cap stocks

As a managing director and senior portfolio manager at Brown Capital Management Inc. (No.…

By Rhonda Reynolds

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Media Matters

A biotech pick infects Bernard Beal's portfolio

When Bernard Beal, CEO of New York-based investment bank M. R. Beal & Co.…

By Sherie Holder

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Mortgage Crisis

Risky Home Loans Are Coming Home to Roost

They seemed like a godsend. As home prices went up and up during one…

By Chris Taylor

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Measuring fund Returns

Are you getting what you're paying for?

As an investor, “knowing what you don’t know” can be critical. But even if…

By Trevor Delaney

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Creating a CD Ladder

I have a modest amount saved that I’d like to put to work by…

By Trevor Delaney

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Think Big

Capture top returns with these large-cap mutual funds

Large-cap stocks have spent the last several years playing catch-up with their more popular…

By Steve Garmhausen

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Above And Beyond

Dedicated and determined, this year's nominees are true models of success

The mark of a good entrepreneur is being able to succeed in the face…

By Stephanie Young

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A New Vision Of Africa

Microsoft's chairman in Africa touts business opportunities on the continent

When talking about Africa, Cheick M. Diarra’s voice crackles with enthusiasm. He wants to…

By Anthony Calypso

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Bring funky back … to the future

These speakers are small in size, big in sound

Justin Timberlake claims to be bringing “sexy” back, but JBL Inc. may have already…

By Dale Coachman

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The World of Wikis

Online community changes the way we manage information

When people hear the word wiki, they usually think of Wikipedia, the online encyclopedia…

By Fiona Haley

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Real life–online

SecondLife.com takes Net communities one step beyond

The line between the real world and the virtual one keeps getting harder to…

By Anthony Calypso

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P.C. Phone Home

What is Internet telephony and what does it mean for me? Won’t it leave…

By Dale Coachman

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Using the Network

A savvy professional understands how the right connections can lead to a corner

BE: You’ve been in a manufacturing role, moved into information systems, then finance. You…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Out of the Corporate Closet

How African American gays and lesbians can gain ground in the workplace

When Melissa Theodore was looking for her first job out of college, she considered…

By Wendy Harris

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O.K. in H.R.

I am a 31-year-old recent graduate with a bachelor’s in organizational studies, and I’m…

By Sonia Alleyne

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A Handsome Reward

The Collins Family Completes Its Path To Financial Freedom

“We’re completing our journey from the pit to the palace,” says Samuel Collins III.…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Decision Time

Will Victoria Reddic be able to retire early and pay her daughter's college expenses?

Victoria Reddic is trying to avoid getting squeezed in a financial vise. The 50-year-old…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Will You Outlive Your Savings

How to make sure you're setting an adequate goal

Ramona Henderson Pearson wants her family to join an exclusive club with 9 million…

By Donald Jay Korn

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It’s A Family Reunion!

Heres your guide to planning the perfect gathering

When it comes to negotiating million-dollar construction deals, C. David Moody Jr., president and…

By Leslie E. Royal

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Warning Signs

More than 40% of blacks suffer from a cardiovascular condition. Knowing the risk factors and treatment options could keep you from becoming a statistic.

When R&B singer Gerald Levert died from a heart attack last year at the…

By Denise A. Campbell Laidler

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Bottoms Up!

With consumers craving soda substitutes, these entrepreneurs are serving up alternatives in the new-age beverage market:

For years, friends had raved about Calvita Frederick-Sowell’s homemade iced tea and urged her…

By Wendy Harris

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Top 10 CITIES FOR AFRICAN AMERICANS 2007

Our Readers And Editors Select The Best Places In Which To Live, Work, And Play

For most, living the good life includes high-paying jobs, affordable homes, a vibrant social…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Admitting when you’re wrong

Telling colleagues you've made a mistake is sometimes the best course of action

At some point in their careers, Most people will have to figure out how…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Now Read This: Creating Sticky Situations

The authors of 'Made to Stick' show how to find S.U.C.C.E.S.S. by knowing key elements of effective ideas

In Made To Stick: Why Some Ideas Survive and Others Die (Random House; $24.95) authors…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Achievers Know Best

Invaluable strategies and wise words from those at the top

The path to success is not a secret. Those who have attained it are…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Are you a smart and happy shopper?

A new approach to retail satisfaction

“I view shopping as a sport. I experience and enjoy some type of physical…

By Kimberly Hamilton-Wright

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Planning a budget-friendly vacation?

These tips will help you get there

Planning their annual family vacation is something DawnDenise and Douglas Capers III of White…

By Angela P. Moore-Thorpe

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Prosper With Innovative Business Ideas

Website offers new twists on traditional ventures

It’s here. The panacea for idea-stumped entrepreneurs is gift-wrapped inside one booming Website (www.springwise.com).…

By Kimberly Hamilton-Wright

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Double Take

I’ve had an account with a credit card company since 1990. In September 2006,…

By Tanisha A. Sykes

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Riding High

A music executive gets back in the saddle

As Jaylaan Llewellyn affectionately strokes and pats her horse’s mane, spectators understand that such…

By Sonia Alleyne

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South African Heights

Economic growth continues to inspire the travel experience

After my 15-hour intercontinental flight from Atlanta to Johannesburg, in Delta’s Business Elite class,…

By Sean Drakes

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ludacris

Backtalk with Chris “Ludacris” Bridges

Chris “Ludacris” Bridges has evolved from rapper to philanthropist to social activist. He met with…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Cleaning Up Black Communities Part 2

A special roundtable discusses the Don Imus debacle and the state of young Black America.…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Cleaning Up Black America Part 3

A special roundtable discusses the Don Imus debacle and the state of young Black America.…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Cleaning Up Black Communities Part 1

A special roundtable discusses the Don Imus debacle and the state of young Black…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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Pep Talk: Surviving A Setback

I’d been working on a manuscript for almost a year and a half. When my…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Race Relations in America Part 1B

A special roundtable looks at race relations in America. Panelists include Rev. Al Sharpton, President,…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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Race Relations in America Part 1C

A special roundtable looks at race relations in America. Panelists include Rev. Al Sharpton, President,…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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Race in America, Pt. 2A

Roundtable discussion examines “Race in America,” with Ellis Cose, contributing editor at Newsweek; Dr. Manning…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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Race Relations in America, Pt. 2B

Roundtable discussion examines “Race in America,” with Ellis Cose, contributing editor at Newsweek; Dr. Manning…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

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The Evolution Of Our Wealth-Building Mission

When we launched the BLACK ENTERPRISE Black Wealth Initiative with our January 2000 issue,…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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Barack Obama for President?

White House hopeful's biggest challenge will be introducing himself to Americans

In front of the Old State Capitol of Illinois where President Abraham Lincoln once…

By George Alexander

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A Brand New Game

Hank Aaron sells all but one of his auto dealerships but expands food franchise

After seven years in business, Hank L. Aaron Sr., CEO of the Hank Aaron…

By Tanisha A. Sykes

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Madison Research Sold

The Madison Research Corp. (No. 70 on the BE INDUSTRIAL/SERVICE 100 list: with $62…

By Glenn Townes

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Ceo finds new home at another drug co.

Bradley Sheares to lead Reliant Pharmaceuticals

Bradley T. Sheares was named CEO of Reliant Pharmaceuticals Inc. in Liberty Corner, New…

By Glenn Townes

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Mary Winston leaves scholastic

Mary Winston, 45, has resigned as Scholastic Corp.’s executive vice president and chief financial…

By Alexis McCombs

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Cole Goes to Ebony

Harriette Cole, editorial director of Uptown magazine and an editor of American Legacy Woman…

By Kiara Ashanti

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Jerri devard resigns from verizon

Jerri DeVard, senior vice president of marketing and brand management for Verizon Communications, has…

By Alexis McCombs

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Dimensions International’s Big Deal

Dimensions International (No. 35 on the BE INDUSTRIAL/SERVICE 100 list with $122.8 million in…

By Glenn Townes

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Technical analysis

Patrick Lyons sees potential in a few tech stocks

Tech stocks took a few hits in January as some leading names announced weaker…

By Steve Garmhausen

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Green Pastures

Isaac Green's picks proved to be fertile ground for investors

The words “core equity and fixed income” are melodic to Isaac H. Green, president…

By Rhonda Reynolds

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Wall Street–the best address

Why your home shouldn't anchor your retirement plan

The old saying is that, “there’s no place like home.” Yet from my view,…

By Mellody Hobson

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How to Become a Financial Planner

I would like to get into the financial planning field, but I’m not sure…

By Trevor Delaney

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Friends and Family

Two longtime friends combine forces to create a social work practice

For Rachelle “Shelly” Hutchinson and Vanessa Robinson-Dooley, it was only a matter of time…

By Stephanie Young

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Finding Fulfillment

If your inventory is outgrowing your storage space, it's time to consider a

It was nothing but a shell when Douglas and Keena Kelly laid eyes on…

By Stacy Gilliam

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SMALL-BUSINESS Credit Card Use on the Rise

Plastic debt is becoming popular, but is it a smart way to finance your enterprise?

You’re ready to launch your business. Your business plan is solid. You’ve done all…

By Robert Janis

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Tomorrow’s TV Today

Preston A. Davis leads ABC Networks' transition from analog to high-definition
broadcasts

Television stations have been in the midst of a transformation since Congress mandated February…

By Bridget McCrea

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Convert Videos Easily

Changing your old VHS tapes to DVDs is a snap

As a growing number of consumers adopt DVD technology, VHS is being rendered largely…

By Fiona Haley

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iPhone

Apple redefines what you can do with a mobile phone

All hail the new iPhone! The debut of Apple’s cell phone at the MacWorld…

By James C. Johnson

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Do-It-Yourself Websites

Would you let me know the name of a company that helps startups build…

By James C. Johnson

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More Than Sea, Sand, and Sun

A passionate executive uses culture to unify and economically empower a region

BE: Will Tempo do for the Caribbean what MTV has done for U.S. culture?
FM:…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Challenging The Status Quo

Karen Thompson-Yancey, senior director of enterprise portfolio management for HCA, says Mavericks at Work:…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Say Goodbye –If Only for a While

How a sabbatical could save your career

Pat Harris, McDonald’s global chief diversity officer, is sold on sabbaticals. A 31-year veteran…

By Maureen Jenkins

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Nobody’s Business

I plan to submit my resignation at my current place of employment to accept…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Sweet Dreams

A few smart real estate deals have helped the Washingtons open a trio of ice cream parlors

Declaration of Financial Empowerment
From this day forward, I declare my vigilant and lifelong commitment
to…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Eyes Wide Open

A newborn Son Prompts the Fleuriots to Create a Financial Plan

Baby carriages can be very expensive. That’s just one of the eyebrow-raising realities facing…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Where to Invest Now

The year started off with the economy sending mixed signals, so what can you expect for the rest of 2007?

Majuana Martin isn’t a novice when it comes to real estate. Ask her about…

By Chris Taylor

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Time For Tech?

As YouTube continues to generate buzz and Google trades at near $500 per share, the tech sector may be ready to regain market leadership

Investors who retreated to the sidelines following the dot-com bust, may soon want to…

By Donald Jay Korn

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The Chairman Speaks

One of the most powerful men in Washington, House Ways & Means Chair Charles Rangel, shares his views on the economy, tax policy, and building wealth

When the Democrats won majorities in the House and Senate in November’s mid-term elections,…

By Derek T. Dingle

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All That Glitters…

Four fine-jewelry professionals prove they have the mettle for the business

The world of jewelry is a vast one, with estimated sales of $61.9 billion…

By Sean Drakes

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Leaving the Fast Lane

Nationwide's Donna A. James made
it to the corner office. But a health scare forced her to question whether the price she paid was worth it.

Donna A. James was a successful professional with one objective in mind: to become…

By Sonia Alleyne

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What’s the Point?

Strategies to help you present a stellar argument to any jury

Two years ago, attorney Michael Z. Green led Texas Wesleyan University’s search committee to…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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April Showers

These motivational items will help you leap into spring

Whether you are at home, at work, or in the car, don’t miss a…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Break in and stay in…

I had a college radio show for three years, but breaking into the business…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Who should provide your auto financing?

By Jeff Fortson

Liss Maynard, a 37-year-old assistant principal from Douglasville, Georgia, wasn’t looking forward to the…

By Jeff Fortson

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Feel the Power–Again

Hundreds of women reconvene at BE's Women of Power Summit to talk about: professional goals and dreams and how to make them happen!

“Don’t try this at home,” said a senior executive who, infuriated with the way…

By Sonia Alleyne

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No More Bankruptcy

Once the debt is paid, here's how to regain your financial footing

After her husband’s death, Louise Tripplett found herself alone with four children, while bills…

By Kellie Tabron

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It’s Tax Time!

Some tips, tools, and advice to get you through this stressful season

While it’s prudent to engage in tax planning throughout the year, here are some…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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mystery shopping

I need advice on how to become a mystery shopper. I live in a…

By Tanisha A. Sykes

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Her Chemical Romance

Yvonne Adediji is "nosy" and L'Oral loves it!

“I had a passion for fragrances from an early age,” says Yvonne Anekwe Adediji,…

By Rhonda Reynolds

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On the fast track

1. Bringing Sexy Back
Fast, sleek, and the envy of anyone within earshot of its…

By Sonia Alleyne

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All Muscle

By Sonia Alleyne

It was a hot, muggy day, and Washington Redskins head coach Joe Gibbs trudged…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Heavenly Hideaways

Where to go to get away from it all

When Tony Shellman steals away from the demands of his business, his island of…

By Sean Drakes

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JudgeHatchett

Backtalk with Judge Glenda Hatchett

At any given time of the day, viewers can peer into the courtroom of Judge…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Are African Americans the Core Organic Consumer?

Loyalty can be strengthened by bringing organic foods to minority neighborhoods

African Americans are more likely to be dedicated buyers of organic foods than their…

By Brenda Porter

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Diversity in Hollywood

A discussion examining diversity in television with panelists Mara Brock Akil, Creator/ Executive Producer, “Girlfriends”…

By Our World with BLACK ENTERPRISE

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We Believe In You

As a potential homeowner, Helen Flowers seemed to have everything against her. Married at…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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TommyDavidson

Backtalk with Tommy Davidson

Tommy Davidson charmed us in the early 1990s as one of the original cast members…

By Kenneth Meeks

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B. Smith Sells Brands

Products boosted by affiliation with lifestyle maven

Not only has Barbara Smith, 57, proved to be a successful model, restaurant…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Good Chemistry

Mays Chemical and Chemico Systems strike lucrative partnership

Responding to the continued changes in the American automotive market, Bill Mays, CEO of…

By Alan Hughes

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Another Win For The House

Don H. Barden made history in December 2001 when he became the first African…

By Alan Hughes

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Will Black Firms Get A Bite Of The Big Apple?

Programs seek to ensure minority participation in New York City construction boom

In the next five to seven years, more than $100billion in government and private…

By Mashaun D. Simon

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Entrepreneurs Buy Up Broadcast Market

Roberts Brothers set precedent with purchase of two radio stations in Mississippi

Brothers Michael Roberts Sr. and Steven Roberts Sr. expanded their St. Louis-based business empire…

By Glenn Townes

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What’s China’s Investment in Africa?

Many African nations provide access to natural resources and little foreign competition

From China’s rising political influence to its dramatic economic growth, many are closely watching the…

By Toya Marks

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Millennium Digital Media loses black ownership

St. Louis-based cable television and telecommuni- cations provider Millennium Digital Media (No. 41 on…

By Glenn Townes

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Risky Business

At-risk behavior dropping among black teens

Fewer black U.S. high school students are engaging in certain risky behaviors compared with…

By Mashaun D. Simon

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The Price is Right

Terry Bedford's approach weighs in price action and stock market dynamics

Technical analysis and stock market dynamics guide the investment approach of Bedford & Associates…

By Nicole Lewis

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Fundamental Gains

Exploiting mispriced growth opportunities paid off for Tedd Alexander

Discipline over emotion” is the creed at Baltimore-based Credo Capital Management L.L.C. Its analysis…

By Nicole Lewis

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Beyond U.S. Shores

Foreign funds continue to outpace their domestic counterparts

Investors who have gone offshore have been on-target. For the last five years through…

By Donald Jay Korn

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Good News For First-Timers

Across the nation, home buying programs help families live their dreams

Who says a lack of funds or bad credit means you can’t purchase the…

By Lynnette Khalfani-Cox

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Paying Off Credit Card Debt

I’m a young, single, recent college graduate and I am saving up for a…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Bid For Power

Detroit Electrical Services overcomes growing pains to snag larger contracts

When the request for proposal from DetroiT Water and Sewerage Department crossed Brian Rhodes’…

By Bridget McCrea

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Biblical Superheroes

Artist joins Christian media firm to launch a line of faith-based comic books

Count on two things that will make Michael Davis smile: Christmas and comic books.…

By Stacy Gilliam

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Hiring Down, Salaries Up

Small businesses rely on creative strategies while adjusting to 2006 trends

For the small-business economy, last year ended on a mixed note with hiring down…

By Robert Janis

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Becoming a Car Consultant

I’m thinking of starting my own consulting business in order to help people save…

By James C. Johnson

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Mission Possible

Claudia Alexander has high hopes for the future of the space program

As the project manager and project scientist for NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Claudia J.…

By Bridget McCrea

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Make Money the E-Marketing Way!

We'll show you how to generate quick cash, from using your e-mail signature to pushing products on MySpace.com

Mel Hopkins knew she would have to get creative when marketing her new supernatural…

By Sandra Beckwith

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Tapping Into Youtube

As more people watch and share online videos, YouTube is empowering entrepreneurs to become the broadcasters of tomorrow

In a world where marketing opportunities abound, savvy business owners are always looking for…

By Fiona Haley

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Windows Vista

Seven good reasons for upgrading to Microsoft's new operating system

After performing a hands-on analysis of Windows Vista, I’m happy to report that Microsoft’s…

By James C. Johnson

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DownloadingE-Books

My sister loves to read books. I want to buy her an e-book as…

By James C. Johnson

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Survivor Instinct

How a strategic executive read all the corporate signsand played her vantage points

Name Kimberly Davis
Title Senior Vice President, Global Philanthropy, JPMorganChase and president of the JPMorganChase…

By Laura Egodigwe

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Learning The Political Game

The Iraqi war, the tsunami, and Hurricane Katrina each took their toll on the…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Doing The Right Thing

The importance of maintaining integrity in the workplace

In light of recent news reports suggesting that pharmaceutical giant Eli Lilly downplayed the…

By Keisha Anderson

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Getting to CPA

I am a 33-year old accounting major, with the goal of becoming a CPA.…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Dare-dreaming

Keep naysayers at bay while chasing your gut aspirations

Only 26 credits shy of an engineering degree from the University of Maryland, Bruce…

By Lisa Goodnight

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All In A Day’s Work

Balance the life you lead by finding time for yourself

Americans spend more time working than Western Europeans, according to the 2005 study Work…

By Angela P. Moore-Thorpe

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Finding Your Way

I’m 22 and need help finding myself. I was laid off from a job…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Home Improvements Gone Wrong?

Here's what you can do to get your project done right

Have you hired a contractor to do some home improvements, but after careful inspection,…

By Angela P. Moore-Thorpe

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Women of Power

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10th Women of Power Summit Most Successful of All Time

Last week, Black Enterprise’s 10th Women of Power Summit, hosted by State Farm in Ft.…

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Women of Power: How to Make a Vision Board

Vision Boards are a powerful way to manifest dreams and goals in life. So the…

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