Vol. 45 Nbr. 1, July - July 2014
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- BMW presents: from the corner office.
- Don't just survive, strive and thrive!(DIGITAL)
- Your life, your style, your prosperity.
- Black directors: be prepared to walk in harm's way.
- We must put an end to 'male, pale, and stale' corporate boards.
- Entrepreneurs conference recap: the business revolution: start focusing on a growth strategy for your company.
- Why this investing expert is bullish on the energy sector: William Heard expects the changing landscape to lead to greater opportunities.
- 3 Reasons to invest in energy.
- Include international stocks for a diverse portfolio: variety makes for a healthy investment mix.
- Managing finances after divorce: TIAA-CREF financial planner talks about steps to take after you say "I don't".
- Productivity, maximized: hack your brain, go paperless, and get organized.
- Tech to master multitasking.
- Living on the edge: Clay Donahue Fontenot details what it takes to succeed as a Hollywood stuntman.
- From the c-suite.
- Soft skills, hard success: employers seek leaders who offer more than just education and credentials.
- How young professionals can position themselves for board membership: 4 quick tips to get you started.
- Uplifting communities through financial empowerment: John Hope Bryant is on a mission to help people of color thrive.
- Kenneth Frazier's prescription for growth: Merck's chairman & CEO has a bold strategy for this $44 billion pharmaceutical giant: expand its pipeline of breakthrough drugs, extend its global reach, and save millions of lives around the world.
- Crowdfund your way to millions: LeVar Burton's Kickstarter campaign raises $1 million in less than 12 hours.
- 4 Things you need to know about credit scores: what millennials don't know can hurt their finances.
- Where are the blacks in corporate boardrooms? As we unveil this year's list of leading African American directors, we reveal why we must have seats at the table.
- No room for blacks: 74 of the largest publicly traded corporations have failed to include African American directors on their boards.
- Breezy summer spirits: your drinks don't have to be complicated to be good.
- Black Enterprise business report.