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Articles from Black Enterprise (September 1, 2003)

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A golden opportunity: the Neighborhood Gold Program gives hope to first-time buyers. Sidime, Aissatou 680
A high-flying time: Ronald Mays zips through the air with jets of his own. Johnson, Raelyn C. Brief Article 205
A lesson learned: how has your experience as an entrepreneur made you a better student? Smith, Jennifer 232
A rally deferred: William Young of Buford, Dickson, Harper & Sparrow Inc. needs more time for his momentum strategy. McKinney, Jeffrey 463
A reason to smile: oral surgeon knows how make patients feel good in her chair. Gibson, Ashley 460
About this issue. 435
Aerobatic ace: young pilot flies plane that's smaller than a car! Johnson, Raelyn C. 415
Affirmative action upheld: Supreme Court backs use of race as a factor for college admissions. Hocker, Cliff 573
African American golf magazine defies tradition. Payne, Maya R. 1018
And still I rise. Edmond, Alfred A. Brief Article 288
Avoiding a communication breakdown: keeping employees informed benefits business. Clemons, John G. 561
Black agents: mastering a new game. Payne, Maya R. 1006
Blackgirl rules! Publisher Kenya James wins our 2003 Teenpreneur of the Year award. Johnson, Raelyn C. 889
Budgeting for a future: DeShawn James hopes a carefully crafted financial plan will play big dividends to her family. Nance-Nash, Sheryl 1118
Buy one, get one free: how to use supermarket savings to slash your budget. Morgan, Christina 560
Chapman charged with fraud; SEC claims former B.E. 100s CEO mismanaged pension funds. Jones, Joyce 643
Citizens Trust Bank. Payne, Maya M. Brief Article 321
Convention calendar. 122
Destination Dallas: DeDe McGuire shows us around. Greene, Walter 590
Discussing our financial state of affairs. 573
Do something: your actions, however small, can make a big difference. Clarke, Caroline V. 503
Excellent read. 156
Fashion forward: how business style really works. Alleyne, Sonia 933
Finding a winning strategy: A.B.A.S.I. members use price limits to minimize losses and maximize stock gains. McKinney, Jeff 666
Fixed time: Robert Gooden tells you what you need to know about servicing a fine watch. Alleyne, Sonia 444
Franchise players: NBA execs Steve Mills and Terdema Ussery score as two of the industry's hottest front-office players. Will one gain the ultimate prize of NBA commissioner? Hughes, Alan Biography 3285
Franchises that fit: looking for a business opportunity that matches your passion and pocketbook? Try these hot and affordable franchises on for size. Harris, Wendy 2865
From the boardroom to the links: East Lake Golf Course selects AT&T's Ray M. Robinson to run operations. Payne, Maya R. 850
From welfare to Wall Street: Margo Robinson relied on prayer and pure grit to become a financial guru. Clarke, Caroline V. Biography 726
Get it straight. Alleyne, Sonia 261
Give and take: renegotiating with lenders doesn't have to be a daunting task. Hamilton-Wright, Kimberly J. 692
He's still standing: despite loan rejections, this entrepreneur grew his business. Lewis, Nicole 649
Healthcare insurance. Hughes, Alan 286
Investing too much? Scott, Matthew S. 330
It's yours, claim it! How to find unclaimed property. Smith, Jennifer L. 442
Jet set to St. Barths: and then just relax. Dumas, Joseph 529
Keep large and small in the mix: money manager Dawn Alston Paige says diversification makes sense now. Anderson, James A. 702
Let the tribute fit the man. Graves, Earl G., Sr. Obituary 569
Lightening the workload: entrepreneurs should know when it's time to delegate. McCrea, Bridget 557
Maintaining and protecting your home: from insurance to landscaping, caring for your house will increase its value. Korn, Donald Jay 2435
Mistaken identity. Sykes, Tanisha A. Brief Article 308
Mixing books with business. 292
Networking made easy; three quick tips for setting up a wired connection. Rohan, Rebecca 430
Profit from flexibility: convertible bond funds offer many of the pluses of stock portfolios with less risk. Anderson, James A. 592
Putting pen to paper: teen publisher uses poetry to touch hearts. Huff, Feona Sharhran 422
Raising a star: family values underscore James Blake's success in tennis and life. Payne, Maya R. Biography 1013
Reaching for the stars: this celebrity stylist learned the hard lessons of business. Lucas, Demetria 493
Saddle up: Tammie L. McKnight grabs the reins for a national rodeo competition. Morgan, Christina 380
Saving the planet: report debunks myth that African Americans don't care about the environment. Wade, Marcia A. 338
Second chances. Donaldson, Sonya A. 283
Selecting the "right" franchise. Wallace, C. Everett 4222
Sister CEOs. Sherman, Evelyn 99
Soft landing: James Garrett took a leap of faith and found security. Gair, Cristina 664
Stimulus or bust? Although Bush touts tax cut, the B.E. 100s have mixed feelings. Hocker, Cliff 745
Striving to be a millionaire: Charles Glass is studying hard to get his Ph.D. in wealth building; Glass, an assistant professor at Howard University, is trying to become a millionaire before he reaches 40. Lewis, Nicole 994
Sweet inspiration. Letter to the Editor 512
Teen decorating diva: a designer turns cluttered corners into dream spaces. Huff, Feona Sharhran 473
The 2003 Teenpreneur money guide: the best online resources and organizations for financial literacy, what they have to offer, and how you can tap into them. Sykes, Tanisha A. 1219
The dress code: how, business style is communicated. Egodigwe, Laura 482
The master negotiator: how to use the power of persuasion to raise dollars. Kimble-Ellis, Sonya 628
The right wine: Curtis Greene gives us the new rules for fine wine. Dumas, Joseph 329
The ultimate champion for black business. Dingle, Derek T. Obituary 2952
They've got the beats; MP3 players let you carry a virtual jukebox on your hip. Muhammad, Tariq K. Product/Service Evaluation 1340
Time to register: the Ski Challenge is coming. 492

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