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Articles from Black Enterprise (February 1, 2002)

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A battle for business: firms cut workforce and streamline operations in a harsh economy. (Business News). Hughes, Alan Brief Article 601
A call to arms: African Americans under represented in Special Ops. (Facts & Figures). Hocker, Cliff Brief Article 209
A cut above. (Extras). Alleyne, Sonia 83
A time for bold leadership: Richard Parson's deal-making prowess and ciplomatic touch has catapulted him to become CEO of AOL Time Warner, the world's largest media powerhouse. (Cover Story). Hughes, Allan Company Profile 2579
About this issue. 434
An education in investing: Linda Paul has set out to learn all the right lessons about establishing a financial plan for her future. (Family Finances). Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 1041
Bargain movie rentals: no lines, no late fees--now that's blockbuster. (Secret Savings). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 341
Book query. (Savvy Solutions). Hughes, Alan 249
Bucking the trend: one radio station is thriving despite industry slowdown. (Making It). McCrea, Bridget Brief Article 462
Building for the future: how one entrepreneur created a business in his basement. (Making It). Townes, Glenn Brief Article 639
Career guide for a lifetime. (Career Management). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 480
Clicks or tire kicks? (Cyberwise). Brief Article 281
Company lands Sony content deal. (Tech Buzz). Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 409
Convention calendar. (Powerplay). 130
Customer's view. (Letters). Ward, Judy 84
Don't play `small'. (Bottom Line). Mandela, Nelson Brief Article 147
Down, not out: is the heart of technology still beating? (Postscript). Brief Article 428
Excellence in leadership. (Publisher's Page). Graves, Earl G., Sr. Brief Article 579
Food for thought: manufacturers of consumer staples, such as food, can deliver delicious profits in a slowing economy. (Mutual Fund Focus). Anderson, James A. Brief Article 910
Franchise solutions. (Web Tools). Brief Article 103
From boardrooms to snowboards: Ex-Maytag CEO now heads U.S. Olympic Committee. (Newsmaker). Hughes, Alan Brief Article 285
Getting a foothold on your career: in an uncertain job market, here's how to stay optimistic about your future. (Career Management Part 1 Of A Series). Alleyne, Sonia Industry Overview 2143
Getting inspired. (In The Know). Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. Brief Article 252
Going solo: former Alliance Capital exec forms private equity firm. (Where Are They Now?). Hughes, Alan Brief Article 255
Happy returns. (Letters). Freeman, Danny 265
Hidden messages: terrorists aren't the only ones with encryption tools. (Inside Technology). Gair, Cristina Brief Article 652
Inventive minds. (Letters). Underwood, Lance 192
Investing 401: developing a solid tax strategy is critical to making sure your profits don't turn into a loss. (Investing Part 4 Of A Series). Korn, Donald Jay 1858
Investing in brand names: your favorite products can pump up your portfolio's performance. (Investment Clubhouse). Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 669
Laptop Evo-lution. (B.E. Reviews). Donaldson, Sonya A. Evaluation 192
Learning about funds. (Ask B.E.). 297
Leveling the field: Major League Baseball batting for minority businesses. (Business Opportunities). Hughes, Alan Brief Article 451
Live and let dive: a James Bond travel experience. (Travel Talk). Brown, Dwight Brief Article 412
Make no assumptions. (Ask Your Advocate). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 250
Make yourself accountable: when it comes to building a career, the buck stops with you. Here's hot to reap the rewards by taking responsibility. Hayes, Cassandra Excerpt 2930
Mining venture capital: to gain financing today, use the right tools or get the shaft. (Business Opportunities). Dingle, Derek T. 1213
Mortgage maneuvers: how doing your homework helps. (Consumer Life). Langford, Danielle Brief Article 757
Navigating rough waters: steering their companies through an economic storm, America's leading black executives are facing their boldest challenges yet. Hughes, Alan Industry Overview 3055
No sad goodbyes. (Since You Asked ...). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 282
Not just a pretty face. (Career At A Glance). Jackson, Lee Anna Brief Article 810
Oh Mio, my-o. (B.E. Reviews). Brief Article 187
Other great cities. (Letters). Scott, Michael P. 261
Point break: Rick Blocker rides the waves. (Personal Passions). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 483
Power to the (right) people: new book shows why great employees rule! (Inbox). Alleyne, Sonia Book Review 691
ShareBuilder by Netstock. (Web Tools). Brief Article 110
Slow growth slows losses: there's a method to James Nevels' steady approach to investing. (Stock Update). Evan, Marie Brief Article 461
Some things old, some things new: Comdex 2001: will technology revive in 2002? (Tech News). Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 471
Success by design. (Letters). Peter, Sebastian 398
Surviving a corporate marriage: charting your course with a new script. (Up The Ladder). Francois, Valerie Gay Brief Article 450
The gateway to wealth: new B.E.-GE initiative seeks to close the home ownership gap. (Real Estate Strategies). Scott, Matthew S. Brief Article 484
The New Psycho-Cybernetics: The Original Science of Self-Improvement and Success that Has Change the Lives of 30 Million People. (Words to strive by: the science of self-image). Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. Book Review 267
The prosecution won't rest: Washington law group fights housing discrimination. (Buying Power). Jackson, Lee Anna Brief Article 638
The value of voting: proxy voting is your chance to have a say in the management of the companies you invest in. (Black Wealth Initiative). Armstrong, Lisa Brief Article 948
Tight spaces. Brief Article 86
Touchy-feely. Brief Article 106
Value at bargain prices: Harold Singleton of Metropolitan West Capital Management buys stocks at a discount. (Private Screening). Scott, Matthew S. Brief Article 649
What's happening. (Lifestyle). Brown, Ann 219
What's new on the bookshelf: check out our two latest editions. (B.E. Books). Clarke, Caroline V. Book Review 586
Where the jobs are: this economy is both the best and the worst of times. But while corporate downsizing is making for a bleak future, there are still career opportunities to be found. (Career Overview). Donaldson, Sonya A. Industry Overview 2059
Who really gets your money? In the aftermath of September 11, Americans donated $1.3 billion to charities. But it's still unclear who will benefit from your cash. How can you protect your donation the next time you decide to give? (Consumer Empowerment). Scott, Matthew S. 2816
Working virtually works for her: online assistance is slowly catching on. (Black Digerati). McCrea, Bridget Brief Article 664

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