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Articles from Black Enterprise (May 1, 2004)

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"Doing business Texas style". Baker, Kimberely Advertisement 1159
'Magic' makes new debit card appear. McCombs, Alexis Brief Article 268
... I can do it! Talton, Shenita D. Letter to the Editor 183
A portfolio of pure profit: Drake Craig's search for companies with spic-and-span earnings yielded great results. Reynolds, Rhonda 581
A surge in college enrollment: the growing number of black college enrollees is encouraging, but there's still work to be done. Reynolds, Rhonda 325
Across the border: purchasing drugs overseas can come with a price. Royal, Leslie E. 515
American Airlines. Advertisement 291
An all-in-one solution: IT-in-a-Box provides flawless support for small offices. Welsh, Leroy Product/Service Evaluation 330
An informed voter. Shaw, Nanika Letter to the Editor 144
Analysis equals performance: Charles Payne of Wall Street Strategies uses three critical measures to select winners. Lewis, Nicole 807
At the top of their game: competent and creative, these entrepreneurs are small businesses' elite. Brown, Sonja D. 2437
Baltimore salutes B.E. titan. Benet, Siobhan Brief Article 239
Be a stock detective: Lewis Eakins recommends investigating a company's health before you invest. Young, Melissa S. Monroe 754
Betting on a dream business. 492
Black banks offer huge stock returns. McKinney, Jeffrey 327
Black students among 2004 Rhodes Scholars. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 152
Building blocks of success: doing the little things will provide a foundation. Anderson, Keisha-Gaye 480
Business & leisure travel. Howland, MaryAnne Advertisement 1043
Calming the senses: relax mode in the Fiji Islands. Jacobs, Pat 509
Convention calendar. Calendar 87
False arrest. Sykes, Tanisha A. Brief Article 297
Father and child reunions. Lake, Susan Letter to the Editor 193
Finally! Ford, Corey L. Letter to the Editor 91
Financially prepared for life: Nicole Simpson is giving young people the financial knowledge to handle disasters. Armstrong, Lisa 1121
Finding the right financial fit: Doreen Tucker had to fine-tune her portfolio to meet her goals. Brown, Carmen 699
Florida Keys and Key West. Advertisement 299
For every occasion: Lisa Lenoir's design success is in the cards. Jenkins, Maureen Brief Article 249
Franchising.... Starting your own business! Advertisement 2159
From place to place: professor and author breaks free of a dysfunctional foster care system. Hamilton-Wright, Kimberly J. 539
Get it together: now Up-to-Date & Contact makes contact management a breeze. Garcia, Chana Brief Article 172
Go ahead, ask! Successful interviewing is a two-way strategy. Holmes, Tamara E. 499
Hip-hop couple a cut above the rest. Holmes, Tamara E. Brief Article 166
Historic black-owned firm suspected of fraud: criminal investigators eye Terry Manufacturing for alleged misappropriation of funds following bankruptcy filing. Monroe, Melissa S. 497
Honor your past accomplishments: it'll lead to present-day success. Huff, Feona Sharhran 606
How smart? Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 220
If they can do it ... Lynn, Cheryl Letter to the Editor 82
Investing refinancing cash. Scott, Matthew S. Brief Article 287
It's the economy, stupid. Schwing, Samatha Gano Letter to the Editor 402
Join the club? How an affinity group could boost your career goals. Esdaille, Milca 653
Just flip it: switch boxes save money and steps. Rohan, Rebecca 487
Last chance to power network: the Entrepreneurs Conference is always a great place to learn the rules of business. 543
Light and easy: Canon i80 makes printing a cinch. Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief Article 174
Loud and clear: Howard University's radio station goes digital. Spruell, Sakina P. 360
Louisiana Office of Tourism. Advertisement 268
Make-or-break leadership lessons from The Apprentice: sure, it's "reality" TV. But smart viewers of NBC's hit show learned important rules of business success. Here are four, for starters. Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. 2240
Making the connection. Pitterson, Arlene Letter to the Editor 228
Marketing basics. Alleyne, Sonia Brief Article 282
Master P: there is a limit. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief Article 300
Miami heat: Cy Prince mixes business and pleasure in this Southern hot spot. Jackson, Lee Anna 488
My favorite things: these busy executives and entrepreneurs show you how they make the most of their favorite tech tools. Donaldson, Sonya A. 1405
Nevada's head medicine man. Hodge, Damon 428
Office of the Governor Economic Development & Tourism. Perry, Rick Advertisement 379
Office security 101: common sense computing advice for employees. Esprit, Schuyler K. Book Review 444
Party favors: Preston Bailey offers tips for summer wining and dining. Egodigwe, Laura Brief Article 271
Prostate cancer at homecoming. Graves, Earl G., Sr. 1552
Publishing for profit: launching a magazine is a risky venture. Navigating the pitfalls requires sufficient advertising, circulation, content--and a bit of luck. Wade, Marcia A. 2185
Radisson Hotels & Resorts. Advertisement 348
Remembering Brown v. Board of Education: this month marks the 50th anniversary of the landmark decision eliminating the separate-but-equal doctrine. This excerpt, from the book All Deliberate Speed, examines the initial resistance by the local, state, and federal governments. Ogletree, Charles J., Jr. Excerpt 2336
Resource line. Lewis, Latif 126
Seeking a lost son. Edmond, Alfred A., Jr. Brief Article 283
Sign me up! Do-not-call list blocks telemarketers' attempts. Benet, Siobhan 444
Small device packs big storage; Iomega's Micro Mini lets you store and go. Donaldson, Sonya A. Product/Service Evaluation 188
Stay more and get more at Ramada. Advertisement 321
Strictly business minded: Mikia Potter is relying on real estate investments and entrepreneurial pursuits to reach her early retirement goal. Brown, Carolyn M. Cover Story 1138
Style over substance? Look within to find the real you. Clarke, Caroline V. 500
Taking a chance on CDs: media entrepreneurs put a new spin on the tried-and-true. Calypso, Anthony 567
The annual review of black businesses. 223
The incredible shrinking gift card: fees eat up the value--at consumer's expense. Benet, Siobhan Brief Article 322
The racial divide: campaign finance. Ruffin, David C. 432
The take-back queen: how to make hassle-free returns. Benet, Siobhan 701
Using investor relations: the companies you invest in must answer your questions. Scott, Matthew S. 497
Wisconsin Department of Tourism. Advertisement 328
With every beat: heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. Do you know if you're at risk? Anderson, Keisha-Gaye 1957
Worst labor market for black professionals in 25 years. Hocker, Cliff 375
Wyndham International, Inc. Advertisement 268

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