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Articles from Black Enterprise (April 1, 2014)

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5 reasons to enter the Black Enterprise Elevator Pitch Competition: Black Enterprise caught up with Precious Williams, the 2013 Elevator Pitch Competition winner. Alleyne-Morris, Johann Column 428
5 tips for running a successful crowdfunding campaign. 350
A woman's world of difference: new study illustrates that what benefits the female population benefits everybody. Alleyne, Sonia Brief article 227
Celebrating a forgotten community: a West Virginian uses her art to spark interest and change. Alleyne, Sonia 771
Claire Babineaux Fontenot. 154
Deductions for property loss or damage. Ngo, Sheiresa Brief article 154
Don't just save black boys, redeem black men. Graves, Earl G., Jr. 626
Holding face-to-face meetings remotely. Brown, Carolyn M. Brief article 151
Hotwheels: Black Enterprise showcases this year's most anticipated models. 1145
In for the long haul: why this investor purchased and looks to grow a trucking company. Hughes, Alan 743
Investing for your lifetime: here's expert advice for how investors of all ages can grow their portfolios. McCoy, Frank 1283
It's okay to open up. Alleyne, Sonia Brief article 192
Learning that money is power: Kara Stevens went from nonchalant spending to a healthy relationship with cash. Townes, Glenn Brief article 992
NextGen STEM: how our BE/Gates Foundation symposium advances the creation of Women of Power in science and technology. Brown, Carolyn M. 855
Personal assistant for a day: the startup: small firm fills a need for business owners who don't want to hire full-time help. McCrea, Bridget 948
Sowing seeds of prosperity: T.D. Jakes has grown a bountiful brand as a media mogul with a business enterprise encompassing film, books, music, and live events. Brown, Carolyn M. Book review 2206
The art of asking for money: this media guru used crowdfunding to finance her digital magazine. Brown, Carolyn M. 360
The bull will stay strong: despite ups and downs, equities will prevail. Hobson, Mellody 641
The changing face of Angels: the number of black investors is small but growing, and they are filling the gap in funding for minority startups. Brown, Carolyn M. 1395
Why Quintin Primo is bullish on India: Primo sees economic turnaround and investment opportunity in 12 to 24 months. Hughes, Alan 617
Why you must join our small business revolution. Graves, Earl G., Jr. 626

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