Tag Archives: Wall Street Project Economic Summit

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How Oakland Raiders Star LaMarr Woodley Smartly Took Advantage of His NFL Status

The NFL player revealed a few of his business strategies

We’ve read about many of our former successful high-earning athletes in a financial ruin. Some…

By Jenisha Watts

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Wall Street Project Summit: Silicon Harlem’s Bruce Lincoln Talks Opportunities for Minorities in Tech

The tech meetup highlighted startups built by minorities

Silicon Harlem co-founder Bruce Lincoln sat down with Black Enterprise to discuss the Rainbow PUSH…

By Patrick Austin

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Wall Street Project Summit: Rev. Jesse Jackson Celebrates MLK Legacy on Final Day

Corporate boards, Africa, and faith leaders were also a focus

Corporate boards, Africa, and faith leaders were the focus of the final day of the…

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YesWeCode’s Van Jones on The State of Silicon Valley

#YesWeCode founder thinks 2015 is the year of action

Former White House Special Advisor and #YesWeCode founder Van Jones sat with Black Enterprise during…

By Patrick Austin

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[RECAP] 18th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit Days One and Two

Business and tech leaders spoke on diversity and inclusion

On Tuesday Jan. 13, the 18th Annual Wall Street Project Economic Summit kicked off in…

By Cristie Leondis

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All Access-March 2012

Black Enterprise had the pleasure of serving as a media partner for the 15th Annual Rainbow/PUSH Wall Street Project Economic Summit. Alongside Bank of America and Inner City Broadcasting Corp., be hosted “Positioning Your Small Business For Big Business” moderated by Alfred Edmond Jr. The panel featured Jeffrey A. Robinson, Deon Levingston, Maurice Coleman, and be Multimedia Content Producer Marcia Wade Talbert. The discussion included strategic methods needed to maximize opportunities for all small business endeavors. It was an enlightening experience for all business leaders looking to expand their horizons in any market.

Black Enterprise had the pleasure of serving as a media partner for the 15th Annual…

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Jackson: Economic Woes Mean ‘Double Trouble’ for Blacks

Wall Street Project examines financial crisis

With banks, businesses, and homeowners hanging by a thread from last year’s credit crisis, the…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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