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Articles from Black Enterprise (August 1, 2008)

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A call westward: Bill Mitchell finds Portland provides easy living at a sophisticated standard. Jenkins, Maureen 405
A gathering of minds: entrepreneurs network and make deals while encouraging each other to stay the course. Conference notes 1910
A learning lesson. Robinson, Tennille M. Brief article 272
A PG&E employee learns how to move ahead. Kanu, Kingsley, Jr. Brief article 268
A pioneering journalist: Thomas Johnson broke the color line in the newsroom. Sabir, Nadirah In memoriam 285
A solid plan: does your 401(k) measure up? Korn, Donald J. 586
A thing of the past: African American participation in the manufacturing sector dwindling. Hughes, Alan Brief article 264
African Americans in GOP weigh race vs. party: Black Republicans grapple with historic implications of Obama candidacy. Holmes, Tamara E. 627
All access. 315
Allan Houston teaches the business game. Robinson, Tennille M. Interview 658
Assembling a winning team: how a sports professional made all the right selections. Hughes, Alan Interview 761
Back to school. Reed-Woodard, Marcia A. Brief article 254
Beating a weak dollar. Delaney, Trevor Brief article 271
Best in show: editors and readers weigh in on the top products, services, and tips. 2974
Big and beautiful: this oversized printer creates bold images. Donaldson, Sonya A. Product/service evaluation 271
Black radio days. 617
California speaker makes history; Karen Bass is first black woman to head a state legislative body. Holmes, Tamara E. Brief article 306
Capri Capital goes global: lands $2 billion real estate deal in Saudi Arabia. Hughes, Alan 555
City: Portland. Directory 350
Cutting costs. Donaldson, Sonya A. Brief article 269
Digital bodyguard: Paul Judge launches new Web security company. Calypso, Anthony 504
Election '08 not about history, but our future. Graves, Earl G., Jr. Column 649
Finding solid ground: spotting investment opportunities in a tough real estate market. Dunham, Kemba J. 2548
Forgotten practices. Burkett, Edwin K.; Korley, Tiana L.; Block, Barry Letter to the editor 363
Getting down to (small) business: tech vendors tailor new products for the little guys. Brown, Carolyn N. 611
Good is not enough; a new book gives specific instructions on how minority professionals can get their careers on target. Wyche, Keith R.; Alleyne, Sonia Excerpt 1575
Green getaway. Alleyne, Sonia Brief article 123
Grocery bill burden. McRae, Sheiresa Brief article 265
Human potential. Book review 200
Investing in the motherland. Afful-Turkson, Eric Letter to the editor 193
Is anyone home? How Obama and McCain differ on possible reforms for the battered housing market. Garmhausen, Steve 1321
Keeping it in the family: great-granddaughter maintains award-winning legacy. Aaron, Letita M. 518
Language skills. Alleyne, Sonia Column 278
Leaps & bounds: finding traction in an uncertain climate. Kanu, Kingsley, Jr. 1259
Making plans: Vaughn Ginnette and Nichole Smith learn how to manage their money. Nash, Sheryl Nance 1084
Moving on up: entrepreneur gives seniors and employees a fresh start. Holmes, Tamara E. 553
Patient or perpetrator? Protect yourself from medical identity theft. Holmes, Tamara E. 718
Priceless P.R.: publicity is vital to any company's success. Robinson, Tennille H. 591
Profiting from nonprofits. Thompson, Prophet Quinn Letter to the editor 148
Reaching African immigrants in America: why this emerging group could represent a promising consumer market for major companies. Kanu, Kingsley, Jr. 591
Retaining legal eagles: a law partner explains what it takes to keep talent. Interview 388
Speaking of success: introduce your business to a new audience--literally. Butterman, Eric 444
Sports + business = wealth. Webb, Michael Letter to the editor 180
Tame your temper: you can control your anger. Johnson, Erinn R. 330
The best light possible: Cathy Hobbs sets the stage. Campbell, Denise 400
The early bird: Raphael and Kristel Coleman learn that it pays to start saving sooner. Nash, Sheryl Nance 1197
The future of black radio. Brief article 96
The future of Black radio: facing a rapidly changing industry and brutal competition, this medium can survive through syndicated programming and bold entrepreneurial moves. Alexander, George Cover story 3389
The right touch. Robinson, Tennille M. Brief article 267
Three credit card traps to avoid: be smart about accepting offers. Royal, Leslie E. 488
Time for a beer? Walter Prendergast says a brewery is one of the small-cap stocks you should consider. Anderson, James A. Interview 925
Top doctors testimony. Langley, Frankie Letter to the editor 134
Where's the magic? Anxious consumers pull the rug out from under Tuna Amobi's stock picks. Garmhausen, Steve 344

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