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Let It Flow

Celebrity designer Angela Dean offers a look for all women

Her understanding that style is as much about comfort and fluidity as it is about…

By Sonia Alleyne

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Food for the Journey

Culinary arts teacher�s cooking lessons transcend the kitchen

For students in Wilma W. Stephenson’s culinary arts classes at Frankford High School in Philadelphia,…

By Tamara E. Holmes

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Pep Talk: Jumpstarting a Career as Makeup Artist

Strategic planning, experience a must in the industry

I’ve been dreaming of a career in the fashion world as a makeup artist, but…

By Tennille M. Robinson

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Biotechnology & Pharmaceuticals

How you can get involved with the life sciences of the 21st century

There are many opportunities across disciplines in the fields of biotechnology and pharmaceuticals.

By Brittany Hutson

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Hot Biotechnology Areas and Jobs

Biotechnology is a broad sector. Although it is commonly associated with researching and developing products…

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Making a Case for Business Law

At a time when it is critical for companies to determine value in every operational…

By Marcia A. Reed-Woodard

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Since You Asked: How to Find a Good Headhunter

I’m seeking trusted sources to help me in my career search, particularly headhunters who help…

By Dale Coachman

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Building Alliances on the Job

A finance executive explains how the only way to advance your career is with a well-cultivated network

Strong alliances can be career differentiators for strong performers. A strong performer without the alliances…

By Dale Coachman

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Cyberwise

There is a lot of talk on social media sites about diversity in technology and…

By Dale Coachman

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They’ve Got the Beat

Nashville�s Beat Kangz delivers cutting-edge technology to the electronic music industry

When it comes to innovation and creativity, hip-hop has had its share of converts and…

By Sonya Donaldson

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Green Is Good

By now, we’re all familiar with the Apple-inspired mantra, “There’s an app for that.” But…

By Dale Coachman

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Taking on Tomorrow

Our 2010 nominees revved up during the recovery to snatch success

Few small business owners managed to exceed expectations during the recession and subsequent recovery this…

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When Identity Theft Hits Close to Home

What to do when a family member steals your identity

Imagine if when you were a child, one of your parents opened a few credit…

By Renita Burns

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Ask Your Advocate

I try to take advantage of deals when I go shopping and compare prices. But…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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Does God Have a Place in Your Portfolio?

A growing number of ETFs and mutual funds attempt to appeal to religious investors

What’s God got to do with investing? Increasingly, quite a bit.

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

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Money Matters: Will Withdrawing Cause More Hardship?

I’d like to make a hardship withdrawal from my Fidelity 401(k). How much will I…

By John Simons

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Who’s in Your Wallet?

New money management Websites offer convenience, but safety is a concern

Sites like Mint.com, Wesabe.com, and Buxfer.com tout their ability to let you handle everything from…

By Bridget McCrea

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In Search of Small Wonders

Portfolio manager Kempton Ingersol makes a case for his favorite small-cap stocks

Kempton Ingersol’s job is considerably more fun than the average portfolio manager. Ingersol, who is…

By John Simons

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Don’t Just Get Mad—Get Involved!

We must not become so cynical that we opt out of our fundamental duty to engage in the political process

You don’t like what’s happening? You can change it with your vote, or with e-mails…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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First there were the Greatest and Silent generations. Then came baby boomers and Generation X. Now we have Millennials, or people born after 1980. They are more ethnically and racially diverse than older generations, less religious, and may be on track to become the most educated generation in U.S. history. That thirst for education is evident with data showing college enrollment of 18- to 24-year-olds is at an all-time high, according to the Pew Research Center."

Talking Points

Based on 2007 data, the most recent available, single black women have just a fraction…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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How To

Startups

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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How to Invest in Cannabis Stocks

While some stocks in these sectors have been high fliers, even more have gone bust…

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