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Articles from Black Enterprise (February 1, 2007)

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Title Author Type Words
A job prescription. Alleyne, Sonia 236
A matter of perception: TCL Financial overcomes prejudice to gain new clients. Janis, Robert 520
A memorial fit for King. Simon, Mashaun D. 156
A self-serving opportunity. Johnson, James C. 255
An apple a day: educator teaches adults and youth to ward against obesity year-round. Royal, Leslie E. 588
Back talk. Ralph, Sheryl Lee 634
Brothers who mean business: twins De'On and De'Juan Collins view entrepreneurial pursuits as key to building wealth. Sabir, Nadirah 991
Celebrate success. Embrace innovation. 95
Convention calendar. Calendar 87
Cues we miss: how black women can improve their opportunities in the workplace. Egodigwe, Laura 843
Design management: Robin Wilson keeps your renovations on schedule and within budget. Alleyne, Sonia 668
Dispute a late fee? Sykes, Tanisha A. 259
For the executive in training: these leadership and career advancement programs are among the best in class. Brown, Carolyn M. 1670
Getting paid to speak: learn the techniques that professionals rely on to earn money as a public speaker. Lynott, William J. 487
Getting started: armed with a college degree and a new job. Jeff Wilson seeks some smart moves to build lasting wealth. Nash, Sheryl Nance 1132
Harding brews success at Anheuser-Busch. Simon, Mashaun D. 222
High hopes: Ralph Mitchell's picks have growth potential. Brown, Carolyn M. 525
House for sale: the housing market has slowed, but you don't have to wait to sell. Here's what you can do to ensure your property is snapped up! Khalfani, Lynnette 1841
How to play the game: it takes comprehensive strategies, work-life balance, and a powerful network for women to win in the corporate arena. Alleyne, Sonia 345
If you want a mentor, be a mentor. Graves, Earl G., Sr. 715
Inspiration found. Blackett, Aarica J. Letter to the editor 279
Let the inventor beware: your million-dollar idea is vulnerable to deceptive invention promoters. We'll show you how to avoid the scams. Waldo, Pamela Gold 1731
Lifestyle. Alleyne, Sonia 203
Making the connection: mentors, sponsors, and a network you can count on. Harris, Wendy 1940
Musicpirates going overboard! Artists fight back to protect their livelihoods. Hayslett, Chandra M. 1606
Nationwide attack on affirmative action: Michigan loss leaves proponents retooling their strategy for future battles. Gray, Madison J. 692
Off the wall: Keith Collins' larger-than-life designs. 213
Open your eyes ... Ball, Vincent L. Letter to the editor 140
PDAs that get around: no cell phones, but these pocket PCs have what a traveler needs. Anthony, Robert S. 399
Picking a 529 College Savings Plan. Brown, Carolyn M. 257
Planning a home improvement project: the right way to work with contractors. Moore-Thorpe, Angela 584
Power shift: will African Americans benefit from the Democratic takeover of Congress? Jones, Joyce 1012
Risking it all: William Teel snags a $1.4 billion government contract, the largest ever awarded to a small business. McCrea, Bridget 560
Secrets of their success. 583
Shopping on a dime: Kathryn Finney gives hints on how to be in style under budget. Gumbs, Alisa 394
Slow and steady: Alfred Jackson favors companies with slow but positive growth. Reynolds, Rhonda 453
Solo 401(k): planning for retirement? Another option for the self-employed. Brown, Carolyn M. 659
Success products. Sykes, Tanisha A. 254
Suits, jobs, and training: Joi Gordon is grooming thousands of women for career success. Chambers, Karen Cover story 1565
The balancing act: how busy executives make their lives work. Reed-Woodard, Marcia A. 830
The buzz about HD Radio. Johnson, James C. 253
The future belongs to the unwired; Ultra-Wideband technology will lead the next wireless revolution. Reed-Woodard, Marcia A. 343
The major leagues: have front-office positions opened up for blacks? McCombs, Alexis 491
The write way to grow. Mack, Lynne Letter to the editor 189
This trainer needed financial training: Cassandra Mack learned to look beyond today for a solvent tomorrow. Korn, Donald Jay 539
To choose or not to choose. Williams, Patricia Letter to the editor 205
Too much of a good thing? A different dose of self-help. Clarke, Robyn D. 419
United States Postal Service: entrepreneur expands business to include the post office. Townes, Glenn 551
Web highlights. 81
Writing the book on opportunity: publisher of black-oriented imprint takes a fearless approach to pursuing goals. Egodigwe, Laura Interview 381

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