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The 5 highest paying degrees of 2015

January 31, 2015 | 0 Comments

More and more people are earning college degrees. As of 2011, close to one out of every three people over 25 held a bachelor’s degree, according to a U.S. Census Bureau release. “As recently as...

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Financial Infidelity: When your partner spends your money without your permission

January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

In this episode of Financial Lovemaking, S. Tia Brown and I discuss Financial Infidelity. This is when your partner does things with money that affect you, but are kept secret...

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Africa

Reported by April Taylor The Atlanta BlackStar recently published an episode of the The Big Debate.  The Big Debate is a South African television series that is marketed as a “town hall debate” show.  The show is produced...

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By Angela L. Braden Tourism in Kenya is booming as visitors all over the world visit Malindi, a coastal town on the continent of Africa that is said to be a tropical paradise.  According to...

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by Maria Lloyd There’s a new narrative being written about the Motherland, and it is known as Africa Rising. This campaign, if you will, is a testament to the budding middle class families that are emerging...

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by Maria Lloyd If you’re seeking to invest some of your savings and/or inheritance, you may want to strongly consider investing in African nations. In this interview, I spoke with two African business consultants and...

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Doing Business in Africa Is Safest And Easiest In These 3 Countries by John-Paul Iwuoha and Dr. Harnet Bokrezion Doing business in Africa can be safe and easy, and this article will reveal to you in...

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Entrepreneurship

By Simi Afroza Mira Unfortunately, it is still a fact that women entrepreneurs receive less funding for their businesses from angel investors and venture capitalists.  There is a new resource available that is aimed at...

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By Nomalanga Mhlauli-Moses My coaching programs help entrepreneur women who struggle to balance building their own business with marriage and motherhood. I think we can all agree that you can’t quit your kids and you...

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by Maria Lloyd There’s a new narrative being written about the Motherland, and it is known as Africa Rising. This campaign, if you will, is a testament to the budding middle class families that are emerging...

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I hate to burst your bubble, but nobody is a self-made anything. So, if you live by the “No New Friends” motto, you may be eliminating new business and new opportunities.  Regardless of whether you...

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By Simi Afroza Mira Devin Robinson is an investor, entrepreneur, professor, and the founder of the Urban Business Institute’s Small Business Academy. He stated that “with 80 percent of businesses failing in the first five...

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Doing Business in Africa Is Safest And Easiest In These 3 Countries by John-Paul Iwuoha and Dr. Harnet Bokrezion Doing business in Africa can be safe and easy, and this article will reveal to you in...

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