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Articles from Black Enterprise (March 1, 2007)

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All in a day's work: balance the life you lead by finding time for yourself. Moore-Thorpe, Angela P. 403
Another win for the house. Hughes, Alan 330
B. Smith sells brands: products boosted by affiliation with lifestyle maven. Holmes, Tamara E. Brief article 199
Backtalk with Tommy Davidson. Meeks, Kenneth Interview 782
Becoming a car consultant. Johnson, James C. 267
Beyond U.S. shores: foreign funds continue to outpace their domestic counterparts. Korn, Donald Jay 926
Biblical superheroes: artist joins Christian media firm to launch a line of faith-based comic books. Gilliam, Stacy 509
Bid for power: Detroit Electrical Services overcomes growing pains to snag larger contracts. McCrea, Bridget 501
Black clout in Hollywood. 584
Black screenwriters left out in the cold. Robinson, Dineice Letter to the editor 107
Bouncing back: the Raines family is working diligently to improve their credit scores and buy their first home. Nash, Sheryl Nance 1096
Convention calendar. Calendar 92
Cross-generational appeal. McDaniel, George E., Jr. Letter to the editor 145
Dare-dreaming: keep naysayers at bay while chasing your gut aspirations. Goodnight, Lisa 541
Doing the right thing: the importance of maintaining integrity in the workplace. Gaye-Anderson, Keisha 557
Downloading e-books. Johnson, James C. 227
Entrepreneurs buy up broadcast market: Roberts Brothers set precedent with purchase of two radio stations in Mississippi. Townes, Glenn 156
Finding your way. Robinson, Tennille M. 258
Fundamental gains: exploiting mispriced growth opportunities paid off for Tedd Alexander. Lewis, Nicole 515
Getting to CPA. Alleyne, Sonia 252
Good chemistry: Mays Chemical and Chemico Systems strike lucrative partnership. Hughes, Alan 393
Good news for first-timers: across the nation, home buying programs help families five their dreams. Khalfani, Lynnette 928
Hassle-free hotel stay: a simple phone call can save you time and money. Young, Stephanie 406
Here comes the bride: Mark Ingram offers a full-service boutique. Campbell, Denise 350
Hiring down, salaries up: small businesses rely on creative strategies while adjusting to 2006 trends. Janis, Robert 357
Hitting her target: Diane Fenderson is on track to maintain her lifestyle when she retires. Delaney, Trevor 1027
Home improvements gone wrong? Here's what you can do to get your project done right. Moore-Thorpe, Angela P. 553
Hooray for Hollywood. Hall, Mia Letter to the editor 339
House swap: home exchange programs allow you to see the world on a budget. Holmes, Tamara E. 591
I'm home! Helen Flowers is the 2006 winner of the Black Enterprise Own Your First Home Contest. Sykes, Tanisha A. 1783
Learning the political game. 301
Make money the e-marketing way! We'll show you how to generate quick cash, from using your e-mail signature to pushing products on MySpace.com. Beckwith, Sandra 535
Millennium Digital Media loses black ownership. Townes, Glenn 237
Mission possible: Claudia Alexander has high hopes for the future of the space program. McCrea, Bridget 466
Negotiating severance pay. Reed-Woodard, Marcia 267
Not sexy, but sound. Sneed, Bruce K. Letter to the editor 231
Our World with Black Enterprise, the weekly television series that covers the worlds of news, sports, and entertainment from a black perspective, debuts all-new episodes featuring the people you want to see, the issues you want to know about, and the information you want to hear. 84
Paying off credit card debt. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief article 291
Perfect form. Pryor, Othelia Washington Letter to the editor 181
Profiting from consumer behavior: data mining helps businesses make more money by predicting the spending habits of their customers. Donaldson, Sonia A. Financial report 1684
Results count: through team-building and intelligient risk-taking, CEO Adriane Brown drives the $4.5 billion Honeywell Transportation Systems to global dominance. Nash, Sheryl Nance Company overview 1396
Risky business: at-risk behavior dropping among black teens. Simon, Mashaun D. 573
Staying in the game: a number of challenges can derail a woman's career. The best strategists know how to manage them all. Alleyne, Sonia 224
Survivor instinct: how a strategic executive read all the corporate signs-and played her vantage points. Egodigwe, Laura 606
Tapping into YouTube: as more people watch and share online videos, YouTube is empowering entrepreneurs to become the broadcasters of tomorrow. Haley, Fiona 566
The art of winning. 185
The never-ending account. Sykes, Tanisha A. 264
The price is right: Terry Bedford's approach weighs in price action and stock market dynamics. Lewis, Nicole 443
Time out: Debra Sandler left her company to raise her child. Like many female professionals, she discovered that returning to the job market is hard work. Robinson, Tennille M. 1663
Top 50 Power Brokers in Hollywood: these luminaries wield unprecedented clout in film and television. Richardson, Nicole Marie Cover story 10284
Truly timeless: James R. Kelly III watches time in style. Drakes, Dean 400
We believe in you. Graves, Earl G., Sr. 627
Web highlights. 81
What's China's investment in Africa? Many African nations provide access to natural resources and little foreign competition. Marks, Toya 388
Will black firms get a bite of the Big Apple? Programs seek to ensure minority participation in New York City construction boom. Simon, Mashaun D. 602
Windows Vista: seven good reasons for upgrading to Microsoft's new operating system. Johnson, James C. 471

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