Your lifestyle is your unique experience. And that experience is brandable. Here, experts give the how-to--and why you should brand your lifestyle.
Children’s books tend to be cherished for years to come. And a new children's book author Sandra L. Richards has written a book that will surely be loved. A 2005 Network Journal honoree, Richards spoke to TNJ.com recently about the food and diversity aspects in children’s publishing.
The Smart City Expo World Congress in Spain recently awarded New York the “2016 Best Smart City.” Mayor Bill de Blasio made the announcement.
The Manhattan MBDA Business Center hosted its official grand opening on November 18th at the Battery Gardens Restaurant in New York. More than 200 guests representing minority businesses, government, supplier diversity representatives of major corporations and community economic development organizations were in attendance.
You are so excited about a new job only to find out on your first day that it is nothing at all like what you were told it would be in the interview. Have you been career-catfished?
The U.S. economy produced another solid month of labor market growth, adding 178,000 net new jobs in November.
When choosing a mentor, there are some criteria to determine if someone will make a good mentor for you.
Your credit score matters. It’s a numerical indicator of how likely you are to repay loans in a responsible and timely manner.
Small businesses don't necessarily need to grow quickly (though they should certainly want to grow).
Twitter on Tuesday released new tools aimed at combating hate speech and online abuse.
For 12 performances only, in Harlem, singer-songwriter Monifah will perform in the musical FOR ALL MY GIRLS.