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NAACP to Celebrate 100th Anniversary

President Obama expected to address the convention

In keeping one of the many promises made on the campaign trail last year, President…

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Black Banks Are Feeling the Pinch

Recession pushes profits to nine-year lows

Profits at the nation’s black owned banks last year plunged to a nine-year low, newly…

By Jeffrey McKinney

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News Roundup

John Hope Franklin memorial, civil rights wax museum, mulitracial americans

News Roundup

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Unemployment Hits 25-Year High

Healthcare sector sees boost despite bleak climate

The nation’s unemployment rate jumped to 9.4% in Ma, marking a 25 year high, according…

By Renita Burns

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What You Can Learn From the Wal-Mart Way

Business lessons from the nation's largest retailer

Black Enterprise Magazine Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle and Alfred Edmond Jr., editor-in-chief of BlackEnterprise.com, traveled…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Minority Dealers May Be Slammed by Closings

Advocates say some could be left holding the bag

Gregory Jackson, owner of five General Motors dealerships believes that as GM whittles down the…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Automakers See May Sales Slump

Executives hold hope for revival of battered industry

The auto industry is experiencing the roughest financial period in its history, with the Big…

By Janell Hazelwood

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FAQ: GM’s Restructuring

Answers to frequently asked questions about GM's bankruptcy, restructuring

Information for Consumers and Investors

Is GM going out of business?
GM has entered chapter 11 bankruptcy…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Voice of Reason

One young man’s mission to help his generation see the importance of education

It all started as a challenge. Jordan Coleman, the voice of Tyrone the Moose from…

By Benice Atufunwa

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Marcus Alexis Dies at Age 77

Noted economist had passion for mentoring blacks in field

Marcus Alexis, one of the nation’s most distinguished economists, died Wednesday from complications during surgery.…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Protecting Your Brand in Social Networking

Does your strategy need a risk management component?

Yves Darbouze knows about the risks associated with online social networking. Not only does his…

By Bridget McCrea

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Lead with LEED

How certification can boost your jump into a green job

As the Obama administration continues to push its support for the creation of green initiatives…

By Janell Hazelwood

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Negotiating with Suppliers

Tips to get the results you need

Cash is king whether the economy is good or bad, and if your company is…

By Margarette Burnette

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News Roundup

New head of N.Y. Housing Authority, financial tools Website

John B. Rhea to Head New York City Housing Authority
Mayor Bloomberg announces the appointment of…

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Social Networking for Business Intelligence

Learn all you can about your clients, competitors

Real estate agents use social media networks like Twitter to get into the minds of…

By Bridget McCrea

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Williams Capital’s Billion Dollar Deal

Company to manage securities for Goldman Sachs

Christopher J. Williams
In what is perhaps one of the few silver linings in the dark…

By Alan Hughes

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Ursula Burns Named Xerox CEO

Former president takes helm at tough time for company

Xerox Corp. named Ursula Burns chief executive office Thursday. Burns, who currently serves as president,…

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Working with Independent Contractors

Outsourcing can be a lucrative option to cut costs

If you can’t afford the costs of hiring a new employee, but you do have…

By Margarette Burnette

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Behind ING-Girls Inc.’s $50,000 Youth Investment Challenge

Young investors find opportunity in stock market

Current economic conditions haven’t stopped Girls Inc. from teaching its students how to become savvy…

By Renita Burns

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SBA Small Business Award Winners

Charles Baker
NATIONAL VETERAN CHAMPION
Charles M. Baker, President and CEO
MCB Lighting & Electrical and Government…

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How To

hire talent

How to Hire Talent That Will Complement Your Team and Culture

People make the difference. You can have incredible systems and procedures in place, the right software…

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grief

How to Deal With Grief While at Work

Regardless of where you live in the world, all of us in some way have…

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