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The new personal finance podcast, Your Money, Your Life is sponsored by Prudential and hosted by Black Enterprise’s own Alfred Edmond Jr. The show will cover money topics ranging from how to control your debt to our psychological relationship with our finance.

The post Your Money, Your Life: Episode 2 – “Does a Good Salary Mean You’re Financially Secure?” appeared first on Black Enterprise.

With the newly raised funds, the company plans to invest in launching a revolutionary new service for its customers. Mayvenn customers will soon be able to receive their installs free of charge with the purchase of their hair.

The post Black-Owned Beauty Startup Mayvenn Raises $23 Million appeared first on Black Enterprise.

Newly-elected black congress members plan to vigorously challenge Trump’s agenda. This group – a number of whom are young history makers and women – represent the pool of diverse candidates who beat establishment GOP politicians in the midterms.

The post Midterms Recap: The New Black Congress Members Joining the Battle Against Trump appeared first on Black Enterprise.

Tuesday, 06 November 2018 21:22

Black Restaurant Weeks to Support

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Black Restaurant Weeks happen all throughout the year in different cities all across the United States for the last 25 years. A restaurant week provides the opportunity to experience cultural diversity and try new food.

The post Black Restaurant Weeks to Support appeared first on Black Enterprise.

Monday, 05 November 2018 23:00

Influencers Help Change the World’s View of Haiti

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A group of millennial influencers traveled to Haiti to use their social media platforms to expose the world to the beauty of Haiti that lies beyond the protests, violence, and natural disasters frequently reported in the news.

The post Influencers Help Change the World’s View of Haiti appeared first on Black Enterprise.

Francesca Chaney saw a need in her community for affordable vegan food and got to work. The 22-year-old created, Sol Sips, a vegan restaurant in Bushwick, Brooklyn, that operates on a sliding scale, allowing customers to pay what they can afford during specific time frames. 

The post 22-Year-Old Builds Affordable Vegan Spot in Brooklyn appeared first on Black Enterprise.

Black people, if nothing else, are going to spend money. So why is it we reject the opportunity to spend with each other?
Longtime besties Kimberly Smith and Amaya Smith both had their own successful beauty businesses before they decided to go into business together and provide WOC in the D.C. area with the beauty essentials they need and desire.
The odds are made to be against us, so why do we keep playing?
Monday, 22 October 2018 12:00

How To Get In Your Boss’ Good Graces

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Get to know her tones and moods, and work with them. When you can tell that she’s in a headspace of not being able to take in much information, don’t give her tons of it. Come back later. When you can tell she is just asking a lot of questions because she is nervous, don’t be defensive: work to calm her down.
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