Important financial lessons include setting up an emergency fund with three-to-six months of living expenses and developing self-awareness about spending habits.
You sit at your desk at 9 a.m. The day whirls by and it’s already 5 p.m., but you haven’t done even half your day’s work. It’s time to start working smarter--not harder.
United Negro College Fund has launched the UNCF Career Pathways Initiative. With a $50 million commitment from the Lilly Endowment, UNCF will award competitive grants to four-year HBCUs and predominantly black institutions "to help students gain the knowledge, preparation, insight and skills needed for meaningful employment in a technology-driven, global economy.”
A lot of people and small business owners have probably heard the term "Internet of Things" (IoT) a number of times before, but unfortunately only a handful understands what it means. According to experts, IoT may determine the future of your business.
Back in the 1990s, political scientist Joseph Nye of Harvard University coined the phrase “soft power” to describe the ability to gain cooperation and agreement through appeal and attraction rather than the use force or money. Fast forward to 2015, and now some workplace experts say that as more women are becoming heads of major corporations, the executive woman can more effectively use soft power as a means of persuasion.
In the continuing downward pressure on newspaper industry revenues, Tribune Publishing offered buyouts to employees on Monday in a bid to cut costs.
When employees are at each other’s throats, it’s natural to not want to get between them. But it is a manager’s job to address conflict.
Keep making unnecessary impulse buys? Here are some tips to help you resist the urge to buy things you want but don’t need.
When a business is in the black, entrepreneurs shouldn’t expect to pocket the profits. Instead, they should plan on reinvesting in the business.
While mobile apps provide users a world of convenience, there are many free apps (and even some paid ones) that may violate your privacy.
In the annals of Detroit’s radical history, Grace Lee Boggs was unique. Married to a Black activist, she was determined in her fight for justice.