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From Bad Boy to Young Music Executive

Aaron Arnold's leap of faith led to a dream realized

Aaron Arnold, 30, founder and CEO of Music Is My Business, made that decision, leaving…

By Janell Hazelwood

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How the Recovery Act Encourages Small Businesses to Increase Hiring

Incentives include additional funding, fee reduction

The recently passed American Recovery and Reinvestment Act promises to help small businesses increase their…

By Margarette Burnette

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John Hope Franklin Dead at Age 94

Historian traced African American history from slavery to presidency

John Hope Franklin, a chronicler of history who also shaped it, died this morning from…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Report Alleges Wells Fargo Engaged in Discriminatory Lending

Organization asking for programs to end racial disparities

Accusations of predatory lending at Wells Fargo are making news once again. African Americans paid…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Six Effective E-mail Marketing Strategies

How to get your e-mails opened, read, and acted upon

In challenging economic conditions, companies seek out the fastest, most affordable ways to reach customers.…

By Bridget McCrea

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Encouragement for New Entrepreneurs

Your mission: to prove your mettle in a tough economic environment

We’ve heard the numbers. For many of us, our family, friends, and colleagues are among…

By Earl G. Graves, Sr.

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Black Auto Dealers Using Uncommon Tactics to Keep Doors Open

In tough economy, top companies struggling to stay afloat

Frantic acts are being played out among minority dealers across the country as they grapple…

By Josee Valcourt

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Tidjane Thiam First Black CEO of FTSE 100 Company

U.K. business leader brings international experience to post

British insurance giant Prudential P.L.C. yesterday named Finance Chief Tidjane Thiam as chief executive effective…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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From Pollution-Based to Inclusively Green

Green For All strategist: The time is now for small firms to get involved

With the American Recovery and Investment Act allotting millions of dollars in support of green-collar…

By Janell Hazelwood

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NAACP Expands Litigation for Discriminatory Lending

Wells Fargo, HSBC under fire for unfair practices

The NAACP filed suit against Wells Fargo and HSBC Bank USA last week, claiming black…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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8. I Will Support the Creation and Growth of Minority-Owned Businesses

Disposable income in the black community is still on the rise. Black buying power today…

By Carolyn M. Brown

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Rate of Stock Ownership Among Blacks Drops Despite Previous Growth

Experts encourage educated investing in tough economy

Recent economic woes and a slump in the stock market may contribute to an already…

By Renita Burns

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Chicago’s 2016 Olympics Bid Has Black Business Owners Concerned

Companies seek policy of inclusion to share opportunities

Among Chicago’s black entrepreneurs, the Olympics is a subject that causes some uneasiness. There’s little…

By Chana Garcia

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AARP Names A. Barry Rand CEO

New leader has long history of social change

The AARP tapped A. Barry Rand as its new chief executive, succeeding longtime CEO William…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Credit Crunch Scuttles Aqueduct Racetrack Deal for Peebles, McKissack

Loss of project leaves $370 million hole in N.Y. state budget

Unable to get financing for its $370 million development deal to produce video slot machines…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Miami’s First Black City Manager Dies

Bond dealer Howard Gary succumbs to cancer

Howard Gary, prominent bond dealer and Miami’s first black city manager, died due to complications…

By Renita Burns

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Small Business Owners: Be Diligent in Filing Your Taxes This Year

Know how best to proceed to avoid costly penalties

Small business owners nationwide usually find themselves waiting with bated breath for their tax filings’…

By Aisha I. Jefferson

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Kennedy, Graves Honored at UNCF’s 65th Anniversary Dinner

Ones to Watch Award presented to accomplished graduates

At the United Negro College Fund’s (UNCF) 65th anniversary dinner in New York, publisher Earl…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Unemployment Rate Soars to 8.1%

At 651,000 Jobs Lost, Number Is Highest Level Since 1983

The unemployment rate surged to 8.1% in February, the highest since late 1983, as employers…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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Five Ways to Attract New Customers

Even in tough times, find savvy ways to draw new business

The airlines are full, cruise ships packed, and best restaurants still only available by reservation.…

By Bridget McCrea

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How To

Cultural bias

Ask Sheree: When an Employee Suffers Cultural Bias

What should I do when I sense that my manager is culturally biased against me?
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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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