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Articles from Black Enterprise (June 1, 2004)

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... But do we want to be? Dillard, Monica Letter to the Editor 209
100s only the strong survive. Dingle, Derek T. 1658
8 ways to change your financial life: these basic but powerful strategies can boost your net worth. Anderson, James A. 1891
A life pursuing real estate: after being laid off from his job, John Young is shifting to a career managing properties. Nash, Sheryl Nance 1200
A niche in time: Kila Weaver predicts large returns from healthcare and financial sectors. Lewis, Nicole 741
A solid recovery: F. Douglass Lewis Jr. focused on value stocks to produce positive returns. Reynolds, Rhonda 598
A Titan's success. Prophete, Eric Letter to the Editor 97
A tradition of success: a legacy of business ownership drives tech security pioneer. Holmes, Tamara E. 703
Achieving your lifelong goals: once you identify them, it's time to act. 512
Advancing African American women in the workplace: new study finds challenges remain despite push for diversity. Brown, Carolyn M. 354
An inspiring example. White, Ruth Letter to the Editor 242
B.E. financial empowerment series: helping you build wealth now! Downer, Lisa Brief Article 199
Bad debts. Sykes, Tanisha A. 306
Balancing two worlds. Garcia, Mickey Letter to the Editor 176
Black like me. Harp, Denise Letter to the Editor 144
Carver acquires independence federal savings: deal could create largest black-owned bank in the U.S. McKinney, Jeffrey 610
Celebrating the workers of the B.E. 100s. 469
Color and culture. Hardy, Margann L. Letter to the Editor 307
Cracking the RFP code: it takes more than paperwork to effectively bid on contracts. McCrea, Bridget 654
Deal reched in largest housing discrimination case. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 117
Destined for wealth. Thomas, Dazzree Letter to the Editor 178
Divine guidance. Davis, Tommy Letter to the Editor 210
Engineer trades machines for manuscripts: Brian Egeston sacrificed income to follow his passion. Hamilton-Wright, Kimberly J. 494
Fair credit reporting act tweaked by congress: legislation gets a new name and a facelift. Royal, Leslie E. 412
First-time visit to a resale shop? Here are some terms you should know. 577
Freedom to switch: FCC hopes new cell phone rules benefit customers. Jackson, Lee Anna 1270
From dream to realty: it's simple: take baby steps to success. Royal, Leslie E. 535
From speculation to structure: North Carolina dentist adjusts his portfolio to a proven asset allocation model. Brown, Carmen 674
Full-contact finance: Paul Viera's take-charge approach to business has him at the top of the money game. Scott, Matthew S. 1901
Geeks rule! Tech-support firm helps entrepreneurs focus on business. Rohan, Rebecca 349
Get time on your side: accomplish more using less energy. Sykes, Tanisha A. 418
Getting paid: collections firm make debtors an offer they can't refuse. Spruell, Sakina P. 526
Giving while you're living: through a living trust, Brenda Brandle is helping her 16 nieces and nephews enjoy her wealth now. Brown, Carmen 1019
Hot fun in the summertime: the best deals on your favorite lawn products. Benet, Siobhan Brief Article 319
How's your performance? Workplace evaluations can work to your benefit. Thompson, Carla 609
HR growth: what you need to know about the changes in HR? Esdaille, Milca 2180
In the bag: Madeleine Moore is packed and ready to go. Egodigwe, Laura 313
Insurance inquiry. Hughes, Alan Brief Article 276
June 2004. Calendar 128
Merger by design: in an economic environment with shrinking profit margins, the key to survival is growth by acquisition. McKinney, Jeffrey 5122
Mid-year maneuvers: with these astute approaches, the second half of 2004 can be less taxing than the first half. Korn, Donald Jay 2471
Mini me. Donaldson, Sonya A. 83
Minority firm to seal $500 million deal. Holmes, Tamara E. 371
Moving to mutual funds: for Raven Enterprise, volatile times require a shift in investment style. Halsey, Nicole 629
Moving up: taking advantage of Tier II opportunities can help MBES grow and expand. Klimley, April W. 5775
Nature challenge: roughing in Central America's best-kept secret. Jackson, Lee Anna 496
Now that black is in, are black agencies out? The African American market surges, but black agencies battle mainstream shops for the opportunity to deliver their message. Hayes, Cassandra 2405
Now, ear this. Donaldson, Sonya A. 179
Obama closing in on Senate seat. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 290
On Tokyo's Terrain: Eric Prideaux's Asian exchange. Dumas, Joseph 498
Oprah gives Morehouse $5 million. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 109
Peer pressure. Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. Brief Article 349
Pipe dreams: musician blows smoky grooves. Dumas, Joseph Brief Article 243
Power hitter: baseball legend Hank Aaron scores big with his import dealerships. Sykes, Tanisha A. 2631
Predatory lending still plaques minority homebuyers. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 306
Rebuilding Iraq: will small business be allowed to get the job done? Hocker, Cliff 379
Remembering Maggie Lena Walker: the making of a black bank: Walker became the country's first woman president of a financial institution and founded one of the nation's oldest surviving black-owned banks. Marlowe, Gertrude Woodruff 2230
Revitalizing urban neighborhoods. Jefferson, Aisha 335
Saving for college and retirement. Scott, Matthew S. Brief Article 324
SBA loan faces uncertain future. Jones, Joyce 504
Scandal-free mutual funds: exchange-traded funds can shelter investors from mutual fund abuses. Korn, Donald Jay 1288
Seeking new streams: multiple revenue sources are critical to small businesses. McCrea, Bridget 644
Small office solutions. Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 219
Space change: Tammy Berry works on interior angles. Thompson, Carla 341
Standing up to be counted. Graves, Earl G., Sr. 907
Summer fun at its best! The 2004 Black Enterprise/Pepsi Golf & Tennis Challenge. Downer, Lisa 241
The doctors is in: Derek Siute's holistic approach to medicine has his practice thriving. Lewis, Nicole 513
The magic touch: Carol H. Williams Advertising conjures up winning campaigns and huge billings using an enchanting mix of business savvy, creative talent, and unbridled passion. Alleyne, Sonia 2189
The new frontier: auto dealers are rethinking the way they do business and finding new solutions to old challenges. Hocker, Cliff Illustration 4642
The new look on the greens: how one entrepreneur merged hip-hop with golf apparel. El-Amin, Zakiyyah 592
The Prince of South Beach: R. Donahue Peebles has built a real estate empire with the posh and a pipeline of deals in South Florida. And he's not finished yet. Hughes, Allan 3039
The tough get going: in a merciless business environment, the B.E. Industrial Service 100 produced a number of casualties--and winners. Spruell, Sakina Illustration 5105
They pay you to do what? They're not your typical 9-to-5, and that's what makes these jobs fun. Morgan, Christina 1645
Time to step up. Ryan, P. Letter to the Editor 303
Time to venture abroad: exporting is a multibillion-dollar industry that can be extremely lucrative--if you're properly prepared. Hughes, Alan 2103
To a degree. Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 329
Under the radar: anonymous surfing: are you really invisible? Rohan, Rebecca 398
We are family ... Dunn, Doris Letter to the Editor 139
What lies beneath: scratch the surface of these new entrants to the B.E. 100s list and you'll find smart planning, successful growth strategies, and a strong commitment to quality. Donaldson, Sonya 2413
What the next election means for you: our economists review the impact of Bush's economic policies and offer their outlook on the presidential race. Ruffin, David 2273
Working for the B.E. 100s: the B.E. Industrial/Service 100 employs more than 75,000 people. Meet eight of its best and brightest. Meeks, Kenneth 797

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