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The landscape of summer artist shows and vending spaces has come to an abrupt stop amid the coronavirus pandemic, and Black artists and entrepreneurs are scrambling to maintain the human and business connectivity typically developed through those seasonal events.

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Every major city has legendary landmarks that serve as gathering places for community fellowship, a feel-good atmosphere, and, above all, great food.  In New Orleans, Barrow’s Catfish was one of them.

Founded as Barrow’s Shady Inn in 1943 by William “Cap” Barrow Sr. and his wife, Mary, Barrow’s served up heaping plates of delicious catfish seasoned with love and a savvy family flavor and tenacity.

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 For Brooklyn, New York-based Butterfly 7 CEO Rick Shorter, change, transformation, and growth have become his hallmark, in an ever-changing retail experience centered on smart play for kids. Today, Shorter sells toys, books, art, and school supplies, as the head of one the few remaining black-owned children’s toy stores in the country.Af...

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Last week marked the end of an era for the historic Chicago-based Johnson Publishing Co.After a 71-year run, the family-owned business has sold its iconic Ebony magazine and the now digital-only Jet magazine to Clear View Group, a private equity firm in Denton, Texas. Johnson Publishing retained ownership of Fashion Fair cosmetics and its photo...

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Entertainment Studios, Inc., one of the largest independent producers and distributors of first-run syndicated television programming, has acquired the digital news platform TheGrio......

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Tuesday, 05 April 2016 07:00

When Is It OK to Work for Free

These tips provide a guideline of when it's acceptable to provide work for no fee....

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Tuesday, 01 March 2016 08:00

5 Essential Tips For Struggling Entrepreneurs

When the Ford Motor Company was facing financial difficulties around the time of the Great Recession, Willie Jolley, Ph.D. was one of the men the automaker called on to avoid a financial bailout and turn the company around.He worked with Ford for three years and, in 2009, Ford went on to billion-dollar profits.[Related: 4...

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If done correctly, partnerships can help your startup gain credibility and distribution....

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Tuesday, 11 September 2012 07:00

The Man Who Owns (Almost) All the Burger Kings

Giullermo Perales, the country's biggest Latino franchisee, talks about why he likes to control the market....

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The Food Network show highlights some of the foundations of building a business....

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