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  • COMMENTARY: What Do Blacks Control Economically?
    By James Clingman   The Vietnamese control the nail industry; the Koreans control the major distribution channel for Black hair care products; Jewish people control the music industry; the Indians/Pakistanis control a major portion of the hotel/motel industry; and the Chinese control economic enclaves, as do Greeks, Italians, Mexicans, Cubans, Polish, and Irish people.  What do...
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  • The Lookout: Introducing Rochelle Graham
    By Katrice L. Mines Rochelle Graham has finally made it … to another milestone for her company, that is. The owner of Alikay Naturals now has her products on the shelves of select Target stores — a major leap ahead for her burgeoning brand, both a triumph and a challenge. For Graham, there’s always more...
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  • Ending Hiring Bias
    By Leah Stone We’ve often heard the old adage “You should never judge a book by its cover.” However, one of the most necessary processes in life does just that. When seeking employment, most companies require that you complete an application or submit a resume which is nothing more than an overview of your skills...
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  • Marketing Lessons from the NBA Champion Golden State Warriors
    By Brent Leary | @brentleary  Photo: gswarriorsnation.com I had the distinct pleasure of spending time with Kenny Lauer, the vice president of marketing and digital for the world-champion Golden State Warriors. Not only were they the best team in the league this year, they are also seen as leaders when it comes to the digital marketing...
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  • More is More: Fairmont Grand Del Mar
    By Katrice L. Mines If you were bound to just one word to illustrate Fairmont Grand Del Mar, no doubt, the charge would seem impossible. You would most certainly need a word that could not be topped when one thought of the best of … well, everything. Set within Los Penasquitos Canyon Preserve, the luxe...
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  • Using Kickstarter to raise $20,000 from Pre-Customers
    By Brent Leary Back in the day — meaning a couple of years ago — starting your own designer label took a lot of time, effort and money before even selling your first shirt. But with tools like crowd-sourcing and Kickstarter on the scene, it can be done at a fraction of the cost in both time...
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  • Small Business Financing: Securing a Loan
    At some point, most small businesses owners will visit a bank or other lending institution to borrow money. Understanding what your bank wants, and how to properly approach them, can mean the difference between getting your money for expansion and having to scrape through finding cash from other sources. Understand the basic principles of banking...
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  • TRAVEL: The Peace and the Drama of GoldenEye
    By Kamille D. Whittaker | Kwhittaker@atlantatribune.com My mother’s family hails from Bois Content, Jamaica in the hills north of Old Harbour Bay, on the South Coast of the island. My father lives in Linstead – of “Linstead Market” fame – an outlying lowland suburb, of sorts, to Kingston. My own house in the “land of...
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  • Changing Seasons With Interior Designer Michel Smith Boyd
    By Tiara Cole Michel Smith Boyd’s passion for interior design can best be described as a marriage between architecture and fashion. He successfully combines the two by capturing luxury design while complementing many design styles and on-trend fashion choices at once, and has become one of the most sought out interior designers in the Atlanta...
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  • The Editor’s View: Men of Excellence
    (TOMORROW: Meet the 2017 Men of Excellence at Zoo Atlanta » http://bit.ly/2pcgoyF ) By Katrice L. Mines | kmines@atlantatribune.com There is something awe-inspiring about an individual who makes mentorship a central tenet of their success. In essence, mentoring is giving of your most valuable asset – yourself. It has been a common theme of my writing...
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  • WEEKENDER: When in Little Five Points …
    By Tiara Cole Get reacquainted with this eclectic creativity hub. Grab a Bite Enjoy live music, good vibes, and creative tacos at Tijuana Garage. The restaurant offers delicious and conveniently priced Mexican food with margaritas and fiesta flavors ready on arrival. Tour the Art Intellectual curiosity and creative juices are flowing through the off-beat and...
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  • IN FIVE: Shakia Smith | CHEMIST
    By Katrice L. Mines Shakia Smith, a chemist with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, is passionate about investigating preventative methods to treat and cure the HIV/AIDS pandemic by utilizing epidemiology and surveillance. Currently pursuing a master’s degree at Georgia State University, she is working on a thesis titled, “Awareness and Use of Pre-Exposure...
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  • VENTURE: Self-taught Tech Developer Creates Electronic Business Card
    By Tiara Cole The fear (and expense) of running out of printed business cards coupled with their inherent limitations is nearing its end. The Electronic Business Card allows Android, Google Play and soon Apple users to go beyond the scope of a 3.5 x 2 paper stock to digitally share resumes, business websites, addresses, emails,...
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  • Meet Lifestyle Connoisseur Erica Dias
    By Katrice L. Mines Co-founder of The B Firm: PR, Erica Dias is something of a lifestyle connoisseur. The Richmond, Calif., native handles brand management, public relations and event marketing for the firm. In her repertoire, as well, a love and passion for fashion. Dias’s more than 10 years of experience in the fashion and...
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  • PHOTOS: 15th Annual Moving Your Business Forward
    Small business owners and keynote speakers attended the 15th Annual Moving Your Business Forward event on April 26, 2017 at Marta Headquarters. The conference included three sessions hosted by keynote speakers with experienced business knowledge and perspectives in technology, social media, marketing, finance, branding, and supplier diversity.   In Session 1: Keys To Success, speakers...
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  • Tax Smarts: What Income is Taxable?
    By Steve Julal Are you wondering if there’s a hard and fast rule about what income is taxable and what income is not? The quick answer is that all income is taxable unless the law specifically excludes it. But as you might have guessed, there’s more to it than that. Taxable income includes any money...
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  • Behind the Scenes: Kristie Swink Benson
    Kristie Swink Benson is The High Museum of Art’s new director of communications and will lead the teams responsible for marketing, advertising, public relations and digital communications. Benson began her decade long career in communications with the DeKalb County government as a public information officer and was promoted to director of communications. As spokesperson, she...
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  • What You Should Know Now: Just Add Honey
    Just Add Honey is expanding beyond its Sweet Auburn Curb Market location, recently partnering with The Hammonds House to provide a cafe within the museum, offering light, healthy fare ranging from soups, salads, veggie wraps and, of course, loose leaf tea options. Customers who visit the cafe will have the ability to walk around the...
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  • The Power Issue: Qaadirah Abdur-Rahim, Change Agent
    Qaadirah Abdur-Rahim: Change Agent By Katrice L. Mines Qaadirah Abdur-Rahim considers herself a status-quo disruptor. Add to that: visionary, strategist, coach, collaborative leader and mentor, and you have a precise character sketch of the Future Foundation’s CEO. If anyone needs facts and figures, she’s got them. Over the past 12 years as CEO, Abdur-Rahim has...
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  • The Power Issue: Meredith Lilly On Taking A Gamble
    Meredith Lilly On Taking A Gamble By Kamille D. Whittaker Meredith Lilly has several choice words for the woman she is becoming: “Think big, work smarter and take measured, calculated risks.” Risk and eventual reward have become the operating motifs for the attorney-turned community organizer and political director. She gets it from her grandfather. “During...
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  • The Power Issue: Todd Gray, A Servant Leader
    Todd Gray: A Servant Leader By Katrice L. Mines To say that one has roots in entrepreneurship and service may sound cliché, but Todd Gray can decisively substantiate that part of his story. Gray’s great aunt and uncle were entrepreneurs who owned Lee’s Inn and Club 604 near what was at the time Ashby Street...
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  • The Power Issue: Jamel DaCosta, Purpose Driven
    Jamel DaCosta: Purpose Driven By Kamille D. Whittaker St. Francis of Assisi once asked to be “blessed with discomfort at easy answers, half-truths, and superficial relationships … anger at injustice, oppression, and exploitation, so that we may work for justice, freedom, and peace … and just enough foolishness to believe that we can make a...
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  • Editor’s View: The Power Issue
    By Katrice L. Mines, Senior Editor kmines@atlantatribune.com I know I say this every year, but the young executives in this issue are impressive. From government to finance, the non-profit sector and diversity, the amount of expertise between Jamel DaCosta, Qaadirah Abdur-Rahim, Meredith Lilly and Todd Gray is bankable. Their stories, a rich tapestry of what...
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  • What Are the No-Nos of the Workplace?
    (Photo: Shutterstock) By Ashia Gallo In the age of casual Fridays and after work drink buddies, the lines sometimes blur between professional and personal life. It is important, however, not to get entirely TOO comfortable. Breaking certain unspoken rules of the workplace can lead to awkward office moments and even harsh consequences depending on the...
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  • Network, Network, Network: 5 Tips for Effective Networking
    By Clarissa Williams Due to the current state of the job market, people are finding it more difficult to find and keep jobs. Networking has always been one of the best methods for finding a job; however, the problem is that many people do not know how to do it effectively. Here are five networking...
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  • Inside Look at a Charming Colonial Home in Buckhead
    By Tiara Cole Some say the Buckhead neighborhood is the most sought out in all of Atlanta. Enjoy accommodating distances to downtown, decadent restaurants, and various shops – with the luxury of returning home to a nearby great escape at 94 Karland Drive NW Atlanta, Ga. 30305. Located in South Tuxedo Park, the heart of...

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