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On Our Way to Wealthy: Allworld Films

On Our Way to Wealthy: Allworld Films
Have you ever experienced a movie with footage that was in the air or over water? The beauty of the scene can often be breathtaking. So when I stumbled across Allworld Films, I was taken aback by their aerial capability. 
 
Allworld Films is a full-service production company specializing in aerial video and photography. 

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Five Things You Should Know About Getting Approved for a Business Loan

Five Things You Should Know About Getting Approved for a Business Loan
Myths and misconceptions about the reason banks decline loans and the rate at which this happens are as common today as ever. As a banker, it’s my goal to bring clarity to the process, and explain what it takes for a business to get a loan and why a loan application may be declined.
 
Let me share a few credit basics small business owners should know before applying for a loan that may make the loan review process easier to understand.

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‘People’ Magazine’s Only Ever Black Editor Suing For Discrimination

‘People’ Magazine’s Only Ever Black Editor Suing For Discrimination
Tatsha Robertson, 48, was the only Black senior editor People magazine has ever had. Following her being laid off in May, Robertson filed a lawsuit claiming she was discriminated against by her boss and that her time at the magazine was fraught with racial tension.
 
People is “a discriminatory organization run entirely by white people who
intentionally focus the magazine on stories involving white people and white celebrities,” Tatsha Robertson’s said in her suit.

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Young professionals urged to ‘unite and lead’ at empowerment conference

Young professionals urged to ‘unite and lead’ at empowerment conference
(Brandi Richard is president of the National Urban League Young Professionals, which exists to support the National Urban League affiliates. There are 55 chapters and over 5,000 members. She has a vision for NULYP’s members and chapters and will be in Memphis to keynote “Empowerment Conference 2014” at Hilton Memphis, Aug. 22-23. She shares her experiences as national leader of a group of young, diverse professionals with TSD President and Publisher, Bernal E. Smith II.) 
 
Bernal E. Smith II: Tell us about the Urban League Young Professionals?  What is it?  Why does it exist (purpose)? How many chapters/members?
Brandi Richards: The National Urban League Young Professionals exists to support National Urban League affiliates through volunteerism, philanthropy and member (leadership) development. NULYP is made up of 55 chapters and over 5,000 members. Our network extends to over 2.5 million individuals on social media.  Our members volunteer over 50,000 hours a year and over the past three years have given over $1 million to the Urban League to the affiliate network.
 

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  • Written by Bernal E Smith II

Macy's to pay $650,000 in shopper-profiling probe

Macy's to pay $650,000 in shopper-profiling probe
ALBANY, New York (AP) — The retailer Macy's has agreed to pay $650,000 to settle allegations of racial profiling at its flagship store in Manhattan's Herald Square.
 
Under the agreement signed Tuesday with New York's attorney general, the company will adopt new policies on police access to its security camera monitors and against profiling, further train employees, investigate customer complaints, keep better records of detentions and report for three years on its compliance.

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Building minority leaders in the world of construction

Building minority leaders in the world of construction
Memphis is experiencing a metamorphosis in the entrepreneurial space, with advocacy, incubation and acceleration entities for start-ups and existing businesses growing and becoming more accessible.
 
For example, the Greater Memphis Chamber Chairman’s Circle has created its Moon Missions and the Economic Development Growth Engine has a small business loan fund. And while the change is welcomed, Memphis still is experiencing a gap between business owners that are minority owned and their counterparts.

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The business of weddings

The business of weddings
Women are conditioned to think about their Prince Charming. After hearing all of the happy endings in nursery rhymes, women desire the same outcome. Cinderella seemed to have things altogether with her fella. The story of Cinderella has been adapted from so many different perspectives, but ultimately the ending is always the same: The girl gets a wonderful gentleman who has scoured the world looking for her.  So it is only fitting that we talk about the business of weddings.
 
Everything associated with weddings can be a profitable business enterprise when performed in volume. From the engagement ring to the honeymoon, the process requires some level of budget.

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