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A few weeks ago, Fathers Incorporated, Open Society Foundations Campaign for Black Male Achievement and the Urban Institute held a Read More

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Instagram is living the ultimate startup dream.   The San Francisco-based upstart, which launched exclusively as an iPhone… Read More

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At the end of last year I wrote an article for BlackEnterprise.com detailing several “resolutions”… Read More

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Black Enterprise's Alfred Edmond Jr. weighs in on the controversial new practice: “Should business owners be allowed to… Read More

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Don Thompson made history this week as he was named McDonald’s next Chief Operating Officer. He is the first African American… Read More

Target's Laysha Ward Talks Black History Month

Target's Laysha Ward Talks Black History Month

by Alleea Hill

As an African American female executive, Laysha Ward is a passionate advocate for diversity and inclusion at Target, where she serves… Read More

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