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One World Doll Project Helps Girls Of Color To Embrace Their Beauty

Trent T. Daniel and Stacey McBride-Irby created the One World Doll Project in 2010 to make a significant positive cultural impact through their line of “Prettie Girl” dolls

Girls of color are influenced by societal attitudes about race at a young age. More…

By Kimberly Wilson

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How Reginald Lewis Changed Business Forever

Twenty-five years after the TLC Beatrice deal created the first black-owned billion-dollar business, African American entrepreneurs use its lessons to drive deal-making on a global level

It was the summer of 1987, and Christophe, who had left Citibank, was in his…

By Gregory S. Bell

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I’m Proud to Be Part of the Legacy of Reginald F. Lewis

25 years ago, the deal maker extraordinaire became a legend. One simple question gave Black Enterprise the inside track on his story: "What's next?"

When Reginald F. Lewis’ $985 million acquisition of Beatrice International was announced, the story would…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Opinion: Real Corporate Diversity Beyond Hollow ‘Race Insurance’ Programs

The author gives his opinion on what it takes to have true diversity within an organization, beyond 'tokenism'

Author Raynard Jackson gives his opinion on what it takes to have true diversity within…

By Raynard Jackson

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Rising Food Prices Affecting Black Business Across The Country

Longest drought in U.S. history forces spike in food prices

Longest drought in U.S. history forces spike in food prices

By Black Enterprise

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Buffalo Residents Urged To Support Black Businesses

Local Black Chamber of Commerce calls for locals to "buy black" every day in August

Local Black Chamber of Commerce calls for locals to “buy black” every day in August

By Black Enterprise

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Murfreesboro, Tennessee’s 1st Black Business Now In 4th Generation

Funeral home first opened its doors in 1916

Funeral home first opened its doors in 1916

By Black Enterprise

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Oval Office Interview with President Barack Obama

President Obama sat down with Black Enterprise Magazine for an exclusive interview in which he talks about black businesses and unemployment.

In a 20-minute Q&A session with BE Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle, President Obama talked about…

By Derek T. Dingle

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Popular Black-Owned Harlem Bowling Alley To Close

Rising rents in the neighborhood and a slow summer season have forced them to close their doors

Rising rents in the neighborhood and a slow summer season have forced them to close…

By Black Enterprise

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Some Black Business Owners Fear Minimum Wage Hike

The minimum wage would increase by 85 cents per year for the next 3 years from its current $7.25 wage

The minimum wage would increase by 85 cents per year for the next 3 years…

By Black Enterprise

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Why And How Black Businesses Should Improve Their Customer Service

Here's a list of the causes of bad customer service and what you can do to change that culture

Here’s a list of the causes of bad customer service and what you can do…

By Black Enterprise

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Business Owners Disapprove of Obama’s Performance in New Poll

59 percent of business owners disapprove of Obama's job performance.

59 percent of business owners disapprove of Obama’s job performance.

By Black Enterprise

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Walton Isaacson founders Aaron Walton (l) and Cory Isaacson (Photo by Kevin Foley)

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Walton Isaacson (No. 8 on the BE Advertising Agencies list with $12 million in revenues)…

By Alan Hughes

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The Truth About Black Folks and Our Reputation in Business

Four reason some black businesses get a bad rap (and what entrepreneurs can do to fight it)

Four reasons some black businesses get a bad rap (and what entrepreneurs can do to…

By Felicia Joy

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40 Next: Nick Cannon

In celebration of Black Enterprise's 40th Anniversary, we recognize African Americans, ages 21-35, who are changing the world of business

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and…

By Black Enterprise

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40 Next: Milton & Frederick Ochieng

In celebration of Black Enterprise's 40th Anniversary, we recognize African Americans, ages 21-35, who are changing the world of business

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and…

By Black Enterprise

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40 Next: Khary & Selena Cuffe

In celebration of Black Enterprise's 40th Anniversary, we recognize African Americans, ages 21-35, who are changing the world of business

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and…

By Sheiresa Ngo

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40 Next: Sirena Moore

In celebration of Black Enterprise's 40th Anniversary, we recognize African Americans, ages 21-35, who are changing the world of business

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and…

By Black Enterprise

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40 Next: Sheldon Gilbert

In celebration of Black Enterprise's 40th Anniversary, we recognize African Americans, ages 21-35, who are changing the world of business

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and…

By Black Enterprise

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40 Next: Rosalyn Durant

In celebration of Black Enterprise's 40th Anniversary, we recognize African Americans, ages 21-35, who are changing the world of business

In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise is taking a look both forward and…

By Black Enterprise

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