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Words In The News

“One of our primary interests at the CBC has to be in the…

By Maxine Waters

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Is Private Better?

Cities across the U.S are finding that private suppliers could revitalize faltering government…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Crafting A Benefits And Policies Plan

The packages and procedures you choose should aid both employer and employee

An employee manual is an invaluable tool that virtually every business owner should use…

By Wendy M. Beech

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Catering Requirements

It takes more than the preparation of a good meal

People tell you that your parties light up the social scene and that…

By Sheryl E. Huggins

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A Hair-Raising Success

Smart promotion and marketing providedthe start-up capital for these magazines

Discovering a consumer need and filling it have helped Eddison Bramble and John Pasmore…

By Ann Brown

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Timely Business

Black Art Gear combines fine design with quality

An idea for unique wristwatch designs and some black art has turned a…

By Harold Lamar

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Reduce Office Costs

Free booklet shows how to lower energybills and create a healthier environment

Save hundreds, even thousands of dollars a year by simply rutting energy costs.…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Building The Perfect Home Office

7 tips for creating a productive work space

Small offices/home offices (SOHO) are becoming increasingly common, their growth fueled by the upsurge…

By Rafiki Cai

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The Scoop On Newsgroups

soc.culture.african.american

The Internet is more than the World Wide
Ever heard of Usenet? If you’re…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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All The News That’s Fit To Transmit

Internet information services deliver personalized news

With the power of the Internet to deliver information, print publications are facing yet…

By MaryAnn Reid

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The Plug-And-Play Pc

Getting started with computers is a Know Brainer

“Every time I asked a customer what they wanted in a personal computer…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Doing Taxes On The Web

Electronic filing via the Internet

It was bound to happen. Major financial service brokerages have been filing electronic…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Your Club In Dollars And Sense

Good record-keeping is vital to a club's longevity

One of the more important tasks of any investment club is record- keeping. Forget…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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WISE WORDS

DEBORAH J. FRAZIER, a senior financial consultant with Merrill Lynch’s Private Client Group…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Buy Stocks At The Price You Want

Be fiscally smart when placing orders for securities

Think the stock market looks like a jungle? Do you fear that you…

By James A. Anderson

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Ma Bell Goes To War

AT&T is in the middle of the telecommunications free-for-all

What’s an adjective that describes 1996 for AT&T shareholders? Try “turbulent.” Recent legislation has…

By James A. Anderson

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STOCKPILE

Moore
Many on Wall Street see Canda’s Moore Corp. (NYSE: MCL) as a defensive…

By James A. Anderson

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Is Investing In Index Funds For You?

Don't be fooled--not all these funds are alike

From the outside looking in, running an index fund looks like the investment world’s…

By James A. Anderson

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Before You Pass The Hat…

Taking up a collection in the office may be costly

It may just be a simple school candy drive or a collection for…

By April Robbins

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Miami Hotel Gets New Life

Second-time around may be the charm for Miami's black-owned hotel

If at first you don’t succeed, try again, could well be the mantra…

By Cliff Hocker

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Marriott Names First African American Franchisee

Marriott International has named Bill Deramus its first African American franchisee. Deramus will…

By Yana Ginburg

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Job Cuts May Drop In 1997

Despite an 8.5% increase in the number of layoffs last year, that number…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Preparing For Retirement

Q: I’m 55 and preparing for retirement from my present job, but am…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Take Your Job Search Online

Not just for techies, cyberspace offersjob leads in a range of professions

The Internet provides access to thousands of jobs, from entry-level to CEO, around the…

By Audrey Arthur

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Managing Well Into The Future

Kevin Lofton leads the University of Alabama Hospital through change

When Kevin Eugene Lofton came to the University of Alabama Hospital as CEO and…

By Hal Karp

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Using Technology To Enhance Your Business

Our second annual summit asks experts to focus on the issues and innovations that can help small companies be more productive and efficient

Technology touches all aspects of society but it’s also affecting business–and the way businesses…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Wired For Success

Increasing the technology in your business could also increase its efficiency and DK: profitability

In 1993, Da Streetz Inc., An Urban Marketing and advertising firm, was a typical…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Changing The Future Of Business

These new technological advances promise quality control and productivity for corporate America. Are they right for your business?

Not since the introduction of the pc in the mid-1970s has technology been poised…

By Marvin V. Greene

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Home Smart Home

Making your home more efficient at the flick of a switch

It’s 6 a.m. and as you lie in bed, the coffee begins to brew,…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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10 things you should know before filing bankruptcy

Think bankruptcy is the solution to all of your debt? Here are the pros and cons of filing as well as some alternatives to consider.

Could it be that in 10 short years, the ultimate financial taboo has become…

By Kelly Beamon

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Great Vacation Values

How to get the most for you vacation dollar

Travel experts agree that the best time to start saving money for your next…

By Brenda Campbell

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Marketing To Black Travelers

What the travel industry is doing to get your dollars

African American travelers, with an estimated $25 billion in travel spending power, are a…

By Ann Brown

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Protect Your Identity

More than ever, thieves are out to steal your credit profile. Using a…

By Marjorie Whigham-Desir

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Shopping For A Diamond

When shopping for a diamond or other fine jewelry there’s more to look…

By Marjorie Whigham-Desir

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Dataline … Dataline … Dataline. . . Dataline … Dataline

Attention parents: The Black College Showcase, a national college fair to assist historically…

By Ann Brown

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Hotel Surfing

Hate to be far from your e-mail? Some hotels are letting you go…

By Ann Brown

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Power Up Onboard

Laptops are convenient to travel with but keeping batteries charged can be a…

By Ann Brown

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All The News That’s Fit To Transmit

Internet information services deliver personalized news

With the power of the Internet to deliver information, print publications are facing yet…

By MaryAnn Reid

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Are Diversity Programs Benefiting African Americans?

While it promises to be the key to true multiculturalism in the workplace, its benefits have eluded the peopleit was originally intended to help.

The term “diversity” has become a corporate catchphrase, as American companies struggle to come…

By Shari Caudron

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Executive Recruiter Directory

This year's listing of the nation's black-owned executive recruiter firms

Though they may be tiny fish in a big sea of contenders, minority-owned…

By Keisha Anderson

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The Next Generation Of CEOs

Many of the B.E. 100s must prepare now to enterthe next millennium with new leadership

It’s been six years since “the chairman” gave up his seat. But in the…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Cashing In On Coupons

Persistence and a dose of "faith" are pushing Nia Directenvelopes into the hands of black consumers

Nearly everyone at some point has received envelopes full of coupons stuffed in their…

By Marjorie Whigham-Desir

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The Executive Swing

The 1996 Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge offers more than fun and sun it's where deals are done

It’s been three years since the black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge took its…

By Robyn D. Clarke

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Bridging The Gap In Healthcare Costs

If you're between jobs, COBRA can provide affordablemedical coverage for you and your family. Here'swhat you former employer won't tell you.

The day you leave your job may be the day you assume a financial,…

By James A. Anderson

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Economic Deliverance Thru The Church

Black churches are bringing the gospel of economic development to Inner city communities. Here's how.

In the heart of the Martin Luther King Jr. historical district in Atlanta lies…

By Tomika DePriest

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Getting The Message Straight

Changes in telecommunications laws have opened up the telephone service marketplace. But how do youknow which service is best for you?

Have you been bombarded at home by telephone calls from telemarketers trying to get…

By Keisha Anderson

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Getting Together With Family

The key to having a great family reunion lies in the planning

Haven’t seen cousin Carol in a month of Sundays, or heard Aunt Ruth’s howling…

By Dari Giles

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Great Reads

Black books and authors continue to break new ground. Here's a selection from among the best this season.

Warmed by the millions that African Americans are spending, mainstream publishers are producing more…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Vegetarians’ Restaurant Row

Boosted by culinary demand, vegetarian cuisine is spawning new eateries around the country

A growing and increasingly vocal minority, vegetarians now make up 1% of the total U.S.…

By Zana Billue

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Dataline

Many events are scheduled in Chicago for Black History Month. The Harold Washington…

By Ann Brown

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Keep in touch

Traveling for business could jeopardize your job if you don’t stay in the…

By Ann Brown

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Detroit’s Black History Museum

Slated to be one of the country’s largest black cultural centers, Detroit’s Museum…

By Ann Brown

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Harlem Renaissance–Take Two

After years of neglect, will empowerment zones allow Harlem to thrive once again?

Perhaps a little skepticism is to be expected. The thought that Harlem, after years…

By Eric L. Smith

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Deal Provides Food For Thought

Former TLC Beatrice president goes joint ventureroute to purchase manufacturing company

When Dumas M. Simeus left TLC Beatrice in 1992 he was president and…

By Lloyd Gite

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NAACP BACK IN THE BLACK

Perennial civil rights group retires $3.2 million debt

When Kweisi Mfume officially took the helm of the NAACP last February, the…

By Paula M. White

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Gidron’s Ride With Gm Comes To An End

Auto dealer files $357 million lawsuit charging civil rights violations

Despite securing 30,000 new customers as a General Motors franchisee between 1972 and…

By Cliff Hocker

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Black-Owned Insurance Firm Could Set Trend

The good news: The commercial/casualty insurance industry hauled in nearly $259 billion in…

By Joyce Jones

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California Torpedoes Affirmative Action

The passage of Proposition 209 could havedire consequences across the country

Voters in California recently passed the California Civil Rights Initiative (CCRI) by a comfortable…

By Cecelia Concard

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Moving Toward A Darker Shade

America’s population is becoming increasingly diverse, and by the mid- 21st century “people…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Crafting A Personnel Handbook

Your legal guide to establishing company policies and procedures

Looking for a way to convey your company’s philosophy while laying out guidelines for…

By Tonia L. Shakespeare

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Saucy Success

Promotional efforts help a family business thrive

Great traditions are handed down from one generation to another. So it was fitting…

By Ann Brown

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Solid Foundations

Real estate development company finds success in urban projects

It took vision and preplanning to open the doors of Metroventures/USA Inc., a…

By Denolyn Carroll

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Entrepreneurial Tips

Getting your business started right

The lovable comic strip characters, the Peanuts gang, teach the basics of entrepreneurship…

By Tonia L. Shakespeare

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Doing The Credit Card Dance

Using credit can help your business just be aware of the pitfalls

For entrepreneurs with bright ideas but no cash flow, credit card financing can be…

By Sheryl E. Huggins

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Gidron’s Ride With Gm Comes To An End

Auto dealer files $357 million lawsuit charging civil rights violations

Despite securing 30,000 new customers as a General Motors franchisee between 1972 and…

By Cliff Hocker

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Mobile Computing Solutions

What to know before you buy portable hardware

As business travelers’ computing needs grow, so does the market for mobile computing equipment.…

By Deidra-Ann Parrish

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Tips For Mobile Professionals

Keep your laptop ready, willing and able

Conserve energy: Keep brightness and volume settings low when on the road, and…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Weapons For The Road Warrior

Mobile technology that will make business trips easier

Choosing the right equipment for the road is essential for the mobile business person.…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Cyber-Bration Of Black History Month

Taste African American culture on the Web

The online world mirrors the real world in ever increasing ways. Online malls, publications,…

By Rafiki Cai

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Meeting Of The Minds

Here are some helpful hints on how to run yourmonthly meetings effectively and smoothly

Your investment club is a business and should be run like one. Anyone who…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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WISE WORDS

Charles Self III, senior vice president of LaSalle Street Capital Management Ltd. (312-220-7598),…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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A Measure For Market Jitters

Are you a nervous investor? Then know your beta.

Are you prone to nail-biting fits over the stocks you own? Do market…

By James A. Anderson

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Awaiting A Suitor

Merger wave bypasses Jersey thrift

You might call it a shotgun courtship, and certainly not the type of…

By James A. Anderson

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STOCKPILE

John Miller, vice president of research for Ariel Capital Management (312-726-0140), thinks Wall…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Winning Over Converts

Convertible bond funds can be a prudent entry into an uncertain market

Maybe you suffered a touch of acrophobia, a fear of heights, once the Dow…

By James A. Anderson

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The Investor’s Passport

ADRs provide you access to companies abroad

Go global. It’s the rallying cry that the entire investment community has adopted of…

By James A. Anderson

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Lift Those Spirits

Spot the telltale signs of a demoralized staff

History has proven that as employers continue to find ways to increase productivity…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Marketing: The Route To The Top

The best route to the top of the corporate ladder begins in marketing.…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Be Discreet

Q: When conducting a job search without your employer’s knowledge, what are some…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Share And Share Alike

College career placement offices, even if not atyour alma mater, provide great job resources

Your job search is in full swing and you’d like to use the career…

By Audrey Arthur

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Build Alliances On The Slopes

The National Brotherhood of Skiers will hold its 1997 Summit from February 22-March…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Tracking The Market

Name: Kendra Hatcher
Occupation: Account planner (market researcher)
Job Description: Collect and analyze demographic information…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Internships With World Vision

After television shows like Melrose Place and Moesha become hits, they go through…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Free M.B.A.

In an effort to increase the number of African American in business school,…

By BlackEnterprise.com

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Go For It!

If working is making you feel as though you want to turn in your resignation, you're not alone. Draw inspiration from these busy professionals, who took time off to relax, reassess and find new meaning in their lives.

Bailing out from the workday world can be exhilarating–and hair- raising. Throwing caution to…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Job Feast Or Famine?

Unemployment rates are down, job creation is up. In the wake of an election year, job prospects always look good, but is this the calm before the storm? What career opportunities really lie ahead?

The good news came as no surprise. By election day, the Dow Jones was…

By Keisha Anderson

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Not Your Average 9 To 5

These individuals have found professional and personalfulfillment in jobs most people only dream about

When it comes to carving out a career. African Americans have never had the…

By Caroline Clarke

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So You Want To Be Published?

The market for black writers is hotter than ever. Here's your guide to landing your first book deal.

For six years, writer Walter Mosley has enjoyed a successful relationship with his publisher, W.W.…

By Shawn E. Rhea

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Playing The Corporate Race Card

Texaco scandal shows glass ceiling remains uncomfortably low in corporate America

Affirmative action has served its purpose and should be eliminated. Just ask the majority…

By Eric L. Smith

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Granite Surfing The Web

Venture with Yahoo will provide news online

Granite Broadcasting Corp. (No. 9 on the BE INDUSTRIAL/SERVICE 100 list) and Yahoo!…

By Paula M. White

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Bet Debuts Movie Channel

New station to show classic black films

The first all-black movie cable channel, BET Movies/STARZ!3, a joint venture between BET…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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New Contract Fuels Southeast’s Profits

After four years of providing coal on an as-needed basis for Baltimore Gas…

By Paula M. White

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Out With The Old…

November election marked by new faces and, hopefully, new ideas

In the game of politics, the axiom is, You win some, you lose some.…

By Joyce Jones

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Medical Billing Services

Growth is spurred on by changes in the health care industry and the data revolution

In 1993, about 6 billion medical claims were processed, burying physicians and health care…

By Sheryl E. Huggins

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Simply Art

Lurita Brown puts a high dollar value on black artistry

An avid art collector, Lurita B. Brown was taken aback by the dearth…

By Rhea Mandulo

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Community Policing

DSI investigation firm markets in safety

When Mark Jackson, Ernest Kidd and Rick Misch opened Cincinnati-based District Security Investigation…

By Ann Brown

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Pros And Cons Of Franchising

Q: I am interested in opening a franchise one-price store that sells mostly…

By Tonia L. Shakespeare

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Blocking The Information Superhighway

Employers are finding ways to monitor and restrict employee Web use

More businesses, eager to tap the power of the Internet, are encouraging employees to…

By Mildred Nunoo

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The Blackware Guide

www.tnp.com/-griotech

Having trouble finding software created for and by African Americans? Then go ask…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Spy-Proof Pc

Is the data on your computer as safe as it could be? If…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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The Story Behind The Numbers

Ethnicity plays little role in home computer purchasing

You’ve seen the numbers before: they tell us that PC use in African American…

By Deidra-Ann Parrish

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Do You Need A Broker?

Carolyn M. Brown

Once your club decides on its basic investment objectives, it’s time to decide if…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Souped-Up Profits

Campbell is mmm ... mmm ... good for investors

From soup to nuts, Campbell Soup Co. serves a full-course meal to investors.…

By Cassandra Hayes

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STOCKPILE

Normal Bing, vice president and financial consultant with Merrill Lynch in Dolestown, Pennsylvania…

By Cassandra Hayes

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The Right Course For Healthy Returns

American Shared Hospital Services is set for future growth

During the ’60s and ’70s, colleagues deemed Dr. Ernest Bates brilliant and creative because…

By Baunita Greet

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Get Things In Order

Organize the clutter on your desk

Does the inbox on your desk look like a pack rat’s nest? Do…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Executive Routes

Q: I’ve sent my resume to a number of executive recruiters. Why have…

By Cassandra Hayes

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A Major Production

Name: Al Linsey Jr.
Occupation: TV news producer
Duties: Finds, pre-interviews and coordinates sources. Develops…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Cable Ready

There is more than one way to enter the world of cable television.…

By Cassandra Hayes

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Play The Role

If you’ve ever found yourself in one of life’s sticky situations, clueless about…

By April Robbins

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From Buppie To Biz-Wiz

Forget corporate America--Generation choosingthe entrepreneurial path to success

Generation X, as 20-to-early-30-year-old Americans are commonly known, is often noted by the media…

By Tariq K. Muhammad

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Will You Be Better Off In Four More Years?

Now that President Clinton has won a second term, B.E.'s economists assess whether African Americans will cross the bridge to a more prosperous 21st century or get taken for a ride

For Carrie Baker, the greatest joy is spending quality time with her 11 grandchildren…

By Eric L. Smith

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Whose House Is It?

Five tips to take the hassle out of the landlord-tenant relationship

Depending on which side of the fence you’re standing, the words “landlord” or “tenant”…

By Robyn D. Clarke

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Playing The Inheritance Shell Game

Transferring assets to qualify for health benefits can land you in jail

Imagine this scenario: Your 82-year-old grandmother, a recent stroke victim, is sentenced to…

By Lori Douglass Davis

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Sky-High Airfares

Have you noticed that your plane ticket began costing a bit more a…

By Ann Brown

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Hotel Fast Food

Have you heard that T.G.I. Friday’s now offers room service? Many hotels are…

By Ann Brown

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Harassment Doesn’t Pay

Multimillion dollar awards to plaintiffs in sexual harassment cases are on the rise,…

By Valerie Lynn Gray

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Black Investment Banks Under Fire

By Joyce Jones

During the 1980s, the formula for success in the municipal bond market was simple:…

By Joyce Jones

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How To Protect Your Income From The I.R.S.

Taxes can chomp away a third or more of your income. Here are some investments that can help eases your tax bite.

After seven years at Howard University, including four at the medical school, and a…

By Kimberly Seals McDonald

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Prescription For Career Success

Skilled marketing leaders and researchers are making headway in the pharmaceutical industry

It’s 8:00 A.M. and Bonnie Mumford, a Sales Rep for Pfizer Inc., is meeting…

By Donnette Dunbar

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Women of Power

Lisa Nichols

Motivational Entrepreneur Lisa Nichols Talks How She Reclaims Her Power

Preparing for her appearance at the 2015 Women of Power Summit, motivation guru Lisa Nichols…

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Susan L. Tayloer, 10 Facts

Women of Power Summit: Ten Facts About Susan L. Taylor

Former Editor-In-Chief, Susan L. Taylor, is being honored at Black Enterprise’s Women of Power Summit…

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