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Articles from Black Enterprise (January 1, 2007)

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?Habla ingles? Clifton Chestnut teaches language in Madrid. Jenkins, Maureen 240
Avoiding invention scams. Johnson, James C. 251
Back talk with Chris Gardner. Meeks, Kenneth Interview 680
Best business opportunities for 2007: are you ready to pursue your entrepreneurial dreams? We've identified this year's five most promising markets. McCrea, Bridget 2301
Beware of being biased. Sneed, Bruce K. Letter to the editor 245
Black churches missing out on federal aid: only 2.6% received funding for programs. Harris, Hamil R. 725
Build your own franchise: Nemos Seafood partners are growing a chain of healthy take-out restaurants. Gilliam, Stacy 626
Building vs. buying a home: the options for homeownership may be more complicated than you think. Make sure you make the right choice. Folds, Chauntelle 1903
By land, air, and sea: new passport rules in effect. Young, Stephanie 281
Carrying on the legacy of Ed Bradley. Graves, Earl G., Jr. 672
Content with a kick: Tony Cort combines marketing experience with a black belt to start an online martial arts channel. McCrea, Bridget 540
Developer lands $600m deal: Full Spectrum NY scores project to revitalize downtown Jackson, Mississippi. Holmes, Tamara E. 276
Don't forget the not-so-little people. Angel Letter to the editor 200
Ed Bradley made our stories prime-time news: veteran CBS News correspondent succumbs to leukemia. Isom, Wendy 250
Finishing touches: the fashion statement is in the detail. Alleyne, Sonia 454
Get educated. Holmes, Tamara E. 101
Getting the story straight. Frasier, Clarence Letter to the editor 264
Going back to college. Sykes, Tanisha A. 254
In a glass by itself: stemware is essential to the wine experience. Goode, Robin White 388
Inflation woes: secure your portfolio against rising prices. Korn, Donald Jay 633
Information technology at its best: how to build a flourishing IT enterprise in a competitive market. Amin, Zakiyyah El- 506
It's a new year: these motivational items can help you start it right. Royal, Leslie E. 362
Kid-friendly business sources. Brown, Carolyn M. 231
Kids say: you're fired! To schools: survey shows serious problems in teaching environment. Simon, Mashaun D. 508
Lagging the market: Randell Cain's picks go south in 2006. Lewis, Nicole 492
Leadership training. Alleyne, Sonia 260
Managerial rudeness: bad attitudes can demoralize your staff. Folds, Chauntelle 525
More bang for the buck: moving to Georgia saved the Salmon family thousands in education costs and property taxes. Brown, Carolyn M. 943
Never too late to start. Alleyne, Sonia 276
Other ways to pay for college. Jenkins, Carla Letter to the editor 253
Pain reliever: six common and costly management mistakes--and advice to help you avoid each one. Lynott, Bill 508
Pet practitioners: surgeons take the plunge into entrepreneurship and become owners of a thriving veterinary clinic. McCrea, Bridget 556
Protesters put pressure on the hill: government cuts affect early detection program for cervical and breast cancers. Ashanti, Kiara 353
Real estate ambitions. Sykes, Tanisha A. 254
Seeds of change: buying black farm products enriches the health and wealth of our community. Smart, Maya Payne 560
Slaying the green-eyed monster: take steps to conquer your envy and live your life satisfied. Reed-Woodard, Marcia A. 592
Stocks you can bank on: Raymond Stewart sees above-average gains in financial institutions. Lewis, Nicole 377
Successful networking. Aydelott, Theresa Letter to the editor 162
Taking stock of your assets: the Keesee family has built a significant investment and real estate portfolio. Now they plan to safeguard it. Nash, Sheryl Nance 1122
Team players: successful partnerships don't just happen. These young entrepreneurs have discovered the key to combining their unique talents. Harris, Wendy Cover story 2701
Tee off online. Johnson, James C. 255
The book list. 87
The early bird gets the worm! Lundy, Tykisha N. 82
The rules of reinvention: starting from scratch isn't an easy feat, but it can be done. Here's our take on how to open new doors and create the life you've always wanted. Young, Stephanie 2589
Thompson Hospitality buys restaurant chain: food service co. sees move as recipe for growth. Reed, K. Terrell 299
TomTom GO 910: on the road again. Young, Stephanie 108
Touchdown! Tips on securing hard-to-get tickets. McCombs, Alexis 590
Transform your life. 644
Vonage V-Phone: use your laptop to make calls via the Internet. Johnson, James C. 244
Web highlights. 81
What you look like online. Reed-Woodard, Marcia A. 231
Working it out! How a young executive overcomes obstacles on the job. Egodigwe, Laura 475
Yearning to learn: Miami youth put stock-picking skills to the test. Sabir, Nadirah 529

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