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Articles from Black Enterprise (July 1, 2003)

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10 keys to financing your home: everything you need to know when you shop for a home. (B.E. Guide To Home Ownership--Part 1). Korn, Donald Jay 2530
A commercial success: Ann Fudge takes the helm as the first African American to head a major advertising agency. (Newsmakers). Alleyne, Sonia 749
A look at women CEOs. (Next Month). Brief Article 175
A mixed picture of growth: Perry Cabean's focus on economic trends couldn't produce picture-perfect gains. (Stock Update). Scott, Matthew S. 472
A space-age idea: first black woman astronaut looking to market NASA technology. (Tech News). Sykes, Tanisha A. 493
About this issue. 602
Amazing! (Letters). Forrest, J'me Kimbrough Letter to the Editor 141
And the children will teach: by introducing her daughter to investing, Ann McNeill has created a budding financial guru. (Black Wealth Initiative). Armstrong, Lisa 922
Artists unite! (Letters). Tucker, Deron Letter to the Editor 193
Be selfish: serve others: generosity does more than improve your world--it makes you feel better. (Attitude Enhancement). Clarke, Caroline V. 618
Black leadership: the next generation: as today's leaders grow older, who will our future leaders be? (National News). Hocker, Cliff 1043
Black men can't coach? While the NCAA considers changing its game plan, many black football head-coaching candidates remain on the bench. (Special Report). Wright, Mark W. 3089
Building a growing business: Ryce followed her father's footsteps into the construction trade. (Making It). Lewis, Nicole 584
Can you hear and see me now? (B.E. Reviews). Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 241
Can't we all just get along? Reaching detente in the age of corporate diversity requires reaching across enemy lines of race and gender. (Book Excerpt). Caver, Keith A. Excerpt 995
Does your company discriminate? Yes, some companies do mistreat employees. Here's what you need to know to protect yourself or, if necessary, take action. (Special Report). Bennett, Chris B. 1785
Fashion essentials: Berne Anderson opens shop. (Personal Passions). Alleyne, Sonia 380
Generation next. (Letters). Alexander, Denise Letter to the Editor 137
Good neighbors: are you willing to live in an association-governed community? (Consumer Life). Jackson, Lee Ann 1211
Hard disk to go. (B.E. Reviews). Brief Article 144
Homeownership: a foundation for wealth. (Publisher's Page). Graves, Earl G., Sr. 584
I'm leaving the business: an employee who exits your company may also quit the industry. (Inbox). Brown, Carolyn M. 584
Let us entertain you: nonstop activity at the 2003 Golf & Tennis Challenge. (Golf & Tennis Challenge). 480
Lincoln Center Festival 2003. (What's Happening). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 91
Maintaining a no-debt lifestyle: Linda Clayton may have to suppress her fears about debt to increase her fortunes. (Family Finances). Nance-Nash, Sheryl 1203
Make ready. (Since You Asked ...). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 297
Minority business opportunities: Resource Portal rates IBM and DoD best for multicultural firms. (Small Business News). McCrea, Bridget 677
Mobile vacations. (Cyberwise). Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 300
My moment of truth: the make-or-break experiences of these peak performers can help you break through the barriers to your greatness. (Motivation). Clarke, Caroline V. Cover Story 4855
Nothing but the truth: style maven and life coach Harriet Cole keeps it real. (Motivation). Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. Book Review 258
One dad's mission. (Help Yourself). Edmond, Alfred A., Jr Brief Article 287
Pleasure property: an exclusive getaway in the Dominican Republic. (Travel Talk). Greene, Walter 407
Protecting your nest egg: Linda Peterson didn't allow her retirement to be downsized with her job. (Investment Strategies). Brown, Carmen 620
Separate but equal? Less diversity means fewer resources for black students. (Facts & Figures). Jefferson, Aisha I. Brief Article 273
Short and sweet: short-term government bond funds are a relatively safe entree in today's market. (Mutual Fund Focus). Anderson, James A. 623
Stax Museum of American Soul Music. (What's Happening). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 99
Stop pop-up pests and spyware. (B.E. Reviews). Rohan, Rebecca 662
Student loans. (Letters). Washington, Tiffany R. Letter to the Editor 197
Taking it to the next level: growing your business doesn't have to be a pain. (Management Advice). O'Berry, Denise 639
Technically marketing: this entrepreneur used his IT background to give his business an edge. (Making It). El-Amin, Zakiyyah 418
The new face of business executives. (Special Advertising Section). 3052
The new regime. (Newspoints). 361
Timing the economy. (Savvy Solutions). Hughes, Alan Brief Article 300
Waste matters: Afro-German engineer develops recycling machine. (Black Digerati). Lasana, Gyavira 713
Watch your language! Say what you mean, not what you're feelin'. (Making Connections). Riley, Kim Jack 496
What is cash? (Ask B.E.). Scott, Matthew S. Brief Article 328
What's the deal? (Ask Your Advocate). Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 309
Who's your agent? When buying insurance, you've got options. (Buying Power). Lawson, Linda 580
Write it off right: Gail Penha is a home-based business owner who takes the proper deductions. (Tax Strategies). Jackson, Lee Anna 675

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