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Articles from Black Enterprise (December 1, 2004)

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A less taxing way to invest: the yields on municipal bond funds are tempting--and tax exempt, too. Korn, Donald Jay 1316
A snowball's throw away. Downer, Lisa Brief Article 170
A time to give: donate a tree for someone you love. Smith, Jennifer L. Brief Article 162
Adjusting investment styles: the Umoja Investment Club is benefitting from its willingness to change. Straker, Erin 564
Alone in your time zone: are you plagued by chronic lateness? Here's how to tell--and what you can do to change. Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. 986
Another way to the corner office. Wimberley, Zaundra Letter to the Editor 135
Art Noir: Philadelphia professionals hang up careers to create black art framing enterprise. Townes, Glenn 560
Better ways to buy: educate yourself with a consumer handbook. Young, Stephanie Brief Article 124
Black board directors form network: annual summit addresses diversity in the boardroom. Reed, K. Terrell 409
Black farmers sue USDA for $20.5 billion: mismanaged 1999 settlement sparks class action lawsuit. Holmes, Tamara E. 518
Brand me: marketing techniques to make you stand out. Jackson, Lee Anna 558
Bravo to Baltimore. Pratt, Joan M. Letter to the Editor 189
Carver vs. OneUnited: in the battle for market share and customers, the nation's two largest black banks seek to grow through acquisition. Which one will ultimately win the fight to be No. 1? Spruell, Sakina P. 2758
Catching up on retirement. Brief Article 270
Celebrating our 35th anniversary. 215
Daytime's other drama: despite its popularity with black audiences, daytime television discounts black talent in front of, and behind, the camera. These industry insiders are pushing for change. Brown, Carolyn M. 3651
Excusez moi, parlez-vous francais? Learn another language to increase your marketability. Hamilton-Wright, Kimberly J. 555
Funny money: Black comedians have always been among the funniest. Now, by tapping into the business side of the industry, today's comics are laughing all the way to the bank. Hughes, Alan Cover Story 3001
Getting paid: collection tips for handling slow- or non-paying clients. Brown, Carolyn M. 505
Give the gift of employment. Graves, Earl G., Sr. Editorial 644
Handle with care: blacks are in weakest position to provide home care. Wade, Marcia A. 378
In retail fashion. Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 225
Inspired to make a difference. Pace, Charles A. Letter to the Editor 262
It's a team thing: Larry Sheffield has a knack for building high-tech departments and driving results. McCrea, Bridget 502
Jack of all trades? Sykes, Tanisha 264
Kmart makes branding pro its new chief: Aylwin Lewis named eighth black CEO of Fortune 500 corporation. Alleyne, Sonia 568
Know the rules: home-based businesses strain to comply with the complexity of IRS regulations. McKanic, Arlene 552
Knowing when it's time. Hughes, Alan Brief Article 256
Learning from the pioneers of comedy. Editorial 374
New Orleans spice: a taste of art and culture in the Crescent City. Drakes, Sean 691
No credit card, no service? Sykes, Tanisha A. Brief Article 244
One bad apple: Theodore Parrish's portfolio of A-rated companies had a minor flaw. Reynolds, Rhonda 587
Paint hustle: New Orleans artist went from the streets to mainstream. Drakes, Sean 585
Proceed with caution: money manager Alfred Jackson looks for slow and positive growth. Lewis, Nicole 712
Raging beauty: one-time female boxing champ is winning bouts in sports management arena. El-Amin, Zakiyyah 555
Raines stays cool under fire: Fannie Mae CEO says cooperation with regulators is not admission of guilt. Harris, Hamil 764
Riding with the currency: when the dollar loses value in the world markets, there are pitfalls to watch out for. Here's how to benefit whether it is weak or strong. Brinkley, Rene Interview 1540
Saving black men. King, Ron G. Letter to the Editor 471
Springboard to success: organization to help underrepresented groups navigate the corporate landscape. Olisemeka, Nkechi 434
Sweet expectations: a recipe for success: in the darkest period of her life, Michele Hoskins found inspiration from a family recipe and created a multimillion-dollar company. Williams, Jean A. Excerpt 2596
Taking steps toward financial independence: our 2003 financial fitness contest winners are reaching their goals with solid fiscal planning. Nance-Nash, Sheryl 2819
Tech success. Watson, Steven L. Letter to the Editor 82
The art of motion: an engineer dances with capoeira. Brown, Sonja D. Brief Article 259
The challenges of securing capital for your business. Howard, Mark N. Advertisement 2227
The mag biz. Williams, Richard A. Letter to the Editor 80
The perfect sip: John D. Gregory enjoys an Armagnac moment. 493
Wealth: make it, don't fake it. Simmonds, Norman Letter to the Editor 246

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