Money Archives - Page 154 of 164 - Black Enterprise

Money

Where the Jobs Are

Sonia Alleyne, Editorial Director, BLACK ENTERPRISE and William Rolack, Board Member, The National Association of…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

Posted: Tags: ,

Get Schooled On Thriving in Hard Times

Three college professors' lessons from the Great Depression

When thinking about how today’s financially-stressed African Americans can update the survival strategies of earlier…

By Cliff Hocker

Posted: Tags: , ,

Love Don’t Cost a Thing

Personal touches can add bang to a wedding without the bucks

Television is overrun with shows about weddings. Some focus on finding a gown, some profile…

By Alisa Gumbs

Posted: Tags: , , ,

Former Fed Governor Sees Light at the End of the Tunnel

Roger Ferguson offers take on retirement, investing

Roger W. Ferguson, CEO of financial services giant TIAA-CREF and one of the nation’s leading…

By Alan Hughes

Posted: Tags: , ,

Housing Market, Pt. 1

Glenda Gabriel, senior vice president and neighborhood lending executive for Bank of America, explains the…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

Posted: Tags:

Housing Market, Pt. 2

David Hinson, Founder, Wealth Management Network, shows home buyers the strategy to negotiate a lower…

By BLACK ENTERPRISE Broadcast Group

Posted: Tags:

Teaching Our Kids the Financial Facts of Life

Every parent wants to support his or her child’s dreams and aspirations. Most have worked…

By Earl "Butch" Graves Jr.

Posted: Tags: ,

Hard Lessons in Home Economics

Rocked by declining property values and job loss, the Carrs are searching for answers

Sherley Bretous-Carré and Edenswear Carré still believe in the American dream. Starting in 2002, the…

By Sheryl Nance-Nash

Posted: Tags: ,

The Cutting Edge Q&A: Rebounding After a Custody Battle

Be diligent in finding solutions to manage debt

Since last year, I have fallen behind on the majority of my bills due to…

By Renita Burns

Posted: Tags: , ,

Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee Pushes for Financial Literacy Lessons

NYSE event highlights importance of money savvy

Duncan Niederauer NYSE CEO, John Hope Bryant, vice chairman of the U.S. President’s Advisory…

By Renita Burns

Posted: Tags: , ,

Update: ‘Just in Case’ Specials

More companies are joining the brigade to get you to open up your wallet

If you read my earlier post on Just in Case specials you know that companies…

By Renita Burns

Posted: Tags: ,

Hard Lessons in Education Funding

A student's path to dream college filled with roadblocks

Toward the end of the 2007 fall semester, Erin Jackson went from tears of joy…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

Posted: Tags: , ,

When Your ‘Something Blue’ Meets the Pink Slip

What to do if a layoff forces you to slash your wedding budget

Sometimes the “for worse” part of “for better or for worse” comes early. In this…

By Alisa Gumbs

Posted: Tags: , , ,

Three Reasons Why Small Banks Are a Big Hit

Community banks offer an attractive alternative

The banking industry’s problems are well known—perhaps too much so. Fortunately, though, consumers have choices…

By Donald Jay Korn

Posted: Tags: ,

HBCU Students Seek More Avenues for Funding

Budgets remain tight as federal aid trickles in

Audia Cook, a sophomore at Hampton University (No. 4 on the Black Enterprise Top 50…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

Posted: Tags: , ,

It’s Earth Day. Get Some Real Green

Not really into saving the environment? Then focus on saving cold, hard cash.

Unless you live on another planet (literally), you know that today, April 22, is Earth…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

Posted: Tags: , , , ,

The Cutting Edge: Money Books for Young Adults

The hardest part about being young and figuring out your finances is finding the right…

By Renita Burns

Posted: Tags: , , , , , , ,

Is The Stock Market Rebound Real?

Experts offer their take on longevity of market rally

A six-week rally in the stock market is creating new optimism among investors. Since its…

By Carolyn M. Brown

Posted: Tags: ,

How to Plan a Wedding During a Recession

Say "I do" to the marriage but "I don�t" to the debt

There are some things you still need to spend money on, even when the economy’s…

By Alisa Gumbs

Posted: Tags: , , ,

Do As I Say, Not As I Do?

Is borrowing reckless or responsible? Depends on whether debt is "good" or "bad"

A few days ago, I was confronted with a very interesting issue by Black…

By John Simons

Posted: Tags: , ,

How To

3 (Non-Creepy) Ways to Follow-up After a Networking Event

If you’ve ever exchanged contact information at a networking event, then waited too long to…

Read More »
women in business

How Women in Business Can Help Other Women Break Barriers

Considering women of color are the fastest-growing group of entrepreneurs in the United States, BlackEnterprise.com…

Read More »