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Solutions for successfully telling and selling your story

Many people have often wanted to write book about their lives or any other topics but may not understand how to promote their product. While writing is the foundation of becoming an author, planning and promoting plays an essential role ...

Face your financial fears: Saving for retirement

Retirement is supposed to be a reward for decades of hard work, but if you haven’t planned well, the milestone may be a dark cloud on your horizon. In fact, new data shows that nearly 50 percent of Americans are ...

Half of Black youth face job discrimination

Qymana Botts saw White colleagues with the same amount of experience getting promoted to cashier ahead of her at the Indiana discount store where she worked.

Promoting leadership in STEM careers

The National Black MBA Association has partnered with the National Society of Black Engineers to create a strategic alliance in an effort to provide STEM professionals with enhanced leadership development and access to the country’s top corporations with interest in ...

Kevin Kirksey: Redesigning the casual sports shirt

Designer Kevin Kirksey is on a mission to become the first to redesign the polo shirt and first African American with his own leisure sports design. He calls the shirt “the Kevin Kirksey Double Collar Shirt.”

Increasing the community’s financial literacy

Irvin Ashford, the new national director for financial literacy at Comerica Inc., has dedicated his life to making the community financially successful.

Achieving success through perseverance

Dr. Monica Williams, the new vice president for Advancement at the University of North Texas at Dallas, never lets “no” stop her from achieving her dreams. “I always felt motivated by what people told me I could not do or ...

Dissent grows over GrowSouth

“It’s like we have a weird uncle living in the attic and no one wants to talk about the weird uncle living in the attic,” said Marvin Earle about the methodology used in implementing aspects of the mayor’s GrowSouth plan ...

Women more likely to face poverty during retirement

During their working years, women tend to earn less than men, and when they retire, they’re more likely to live in poverty.

Women more likely to face poverty during retirement

During their working years, women tend to earn less than men, and when they retire, they’re more likely to live in poverty.

Chocolate Secrets: Local chocolatier shares sweet taste of success

What’s the secret to great chocolate? Pam Eudaric-Amiri would know. The owner of Chocolate Secrets & Wine Gardens Inc. on Oak Lawn Avenue treats her customers to gourmet, hand-made chocolates daily with flavors from all around the world.

Essential strategies for business growth

Since opening its first store in 1986, the foundation of Mattress Firm’s success has been built on a commitment to its core values: service, integrity and passion. Now, celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, a three-decade journey has seen it ...

Break Through: Digital marketing basics for businesses

Consumers today increasingly rely on connected devices to research products and services before making purchases – so it’s no secret that small businesses need to focus more of their marketing resources than ever before on online strategies.

Drew honored as Distinguished Alumna at TAMU-Commerce

The Alumni Association of Texas A&M University-Commerce honored Zenetta Drew as a Distinguished Alumna and the other award winners, E.C. Larkin, Dr. Jack Lassiter, John Norman and Steve Thurman, at the annual Alumni Awards Gala on April 23.

The Pursuit of Success: Chris Gardner speaks about agility in the business world

Chris Gardner – whose life journey from homeless father to business success was depicted in the book and Will Smith film The Pursuit of Happyness – is a stockbroker, motivational speaker, associate film producer and philanthropist. He is not, however, ...

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