Sun04202014

Business

Electrolux sets Construction/Contractor Symposium

Electrolux Home Products, Inc. is looking for local construction companies and contractors for their Memphis facility.

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The Business of Sports: Raymond Brothers, Esq.

With all of Zach Randolph’s hard work, dedication and tenacity, there is another factor that contributed to this gargantuan contract, his sports agent, Raymond Brothers, Esq.

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Out of depression and into ‘victorious living’

Once a victim of depression, Harris now is an advocate for victorious living. She recently talked with the Tri-State Defender about faith and her new book.

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Creative entrepreneurship

To better our position in the community from a wealth perspective, we need to make sure that our kids at least consider the business side of any career they are interested in pursuing.

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Literature and business cross paths in Marabel’s Malcolm X

Two of Malcolm X’s daughters take issue with a recent biography of their father alleging that the marriage between Malcolm X and Betty Shabazz was strained, and that both partners may have been unfaithful.

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Freshly-trained execs ready to fill diversity gap

The Directors Inclusion Initiative program – a partnership between the National Urban League and Advance America has yielded its first group of graduates.

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Mighty Men of Brown ready to please at CD release concert

 

Gospel lovers across Memphis and the Mid-South are on the guest list for a musical experience that’s been more than a decade in the making.

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In the bank: A conversation with Johnny B. Moore Jr., Part 2

You have to start saving and saving early. One of the things our people need to understand is as soon as you become employed and eligible, join a 401k of the company. 

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Young missionary pens a letter of faith prior to Australian journey No. 2

I never would have imagined in my life that I would get an opportunity to be involved in missions.

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Jennifer Holliday teams with her pastor on CD of inspiration

Jennifer Holliday – The original “Dream Girl” and two-time Grammy Award winning recording artist, and her pastor, the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock  have collaborated on a new inspirational CD.

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In the bank: A conversation with Johnny B. Moore Jr.

Johnny B. Moore Jr. is the president and CEO of SunTrust Bank-Memphis. When he took on that position on June 1, 2009, he became the first African American to reach that level at SunTrust.

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Registration looms for ‘How Sweet the Sound Gospel Celebration’

Registration is now open for the 2011 Verizon’s How Sweet the Sound Gospel Celebration.

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Putting African-American females in the executive pipeline

Many African-American women who aspire to one day furnish an executive corner office are faced with a “double outsiders” status in today’s organizations.

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