Vol. 44 Nbr. 2, September 2013
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- We must step up our investment in HBCUs.
- Use social media for business ... not gossip.
- Flash Mob America: how a growing craze became a full-fledged production company.
- Many faces, one dream: SBA empowerment tour targets LGBT entrepreneurs and communities of color.
- Goodbye to the traditional office.
- In his father's footsteps: billionaire Mogul's son launches line of men's apparel and footwear.
- Financial planning for new entrepreneurs.
- Choosing the right student bank account.
- Unlocking innovation in teens: Pennsylvania MESA is equipping middle and high school students with the tools they need to compete in the global job market.
- No straight lines: an eclectic talent follows his heart, battles an ailment, and designs much more than a shirt line.
- Temp takeover: 40% of professionals will be freelance by 2020.
- Byron Spruell.
- From the C-Suite.
- Jennifer E. Baltimore.
- Nicole Bremser.
- Nina Henderson Moore.
- Why are you still there?
- Save for college or retirement? While some experts advise parents to focus on saving for their golden years rather than their children's education, Paul Dixon says that starting early and being consistent allowed him to do both.
- Determine to win: Angela Moore may have gotten a late start in planning for her future, but she is intent on continuing to manage her money better and hopes stock market returns and her home resale value will make up for lost time.
- The 2nd time around: after selling his call center business, Anthony Chase makes his return to BE 100s.
- Your Black Enterprise Education Action Guide.
- A new curriculum for HBCUs: in our exclusive interview, Education Secretary Arne Duncan shares how innovation at HBCUs will bolster our 21st-century workforce.
- Selling your inventions.
- The maestro of finance.
- The Magic of St. Maarten: one island, two nations, and plenty to enjoy.
- 20/20 Vision: opportunities for women in business.