Articles in Business

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by Michele Abraham on May 19, 2021
What is Annabez?
by Michele Abraham on May 19, 2021
" I love all things fashion, energy, self-care and skin care related.  I knew I wanted to open a boutique for a long while, but I wanted to ensure that anything that I would market would be something I believed in and I could put my own touch to." ... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on May 19, 2021
MGM Resorts International Bets on Inclusion
by Shaundell Newsome on May 19, 2021
"As a marketing director for a local’s casino operation, I felt it was my duty to engage local businesses when our company purchased goods and services." Shaundell Newsome advises in MGM Resorts International Bets on Inclusion.... Read full article
by Augusta Massey, Esq. on April 13, 2021
10 Common Bankruptcy Questions
by Augusta Massey, Esq. on April 13, 2021
After my last article, I got some great questions regarding filing for bankruptcy and so I would like to address that here. If you did not read my last article, please grab the March edition of The Urban Voice.... Read full article
by Anand Nair, MSFS on October 4, 2020
Your Economic Election
by Anand Nair, MSFS on October 4, 2020
Let us take a moment to focus on the $3.2 trillion-dollar (and growing) increase to the national debt that has occurred since the COVID-19 Pandemic started back in March. ... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on October 4, 2020
The Revolution is NOT only Televised! It’s Tweeted, Posted, Podcasted and more.
by Shaundell Newsome on October 4, 2020
In a Brookings Institute article entitled Examining The Black-White Wealth Gap “At $171,000, the net worth of a typical white family is nearly ten times greater than that of a Black family ($17,150) in 2016.... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on August 16, 2020
How Covid impacts Black-owned Businesses
by Shaundell Newsome on August 16, 2020
Shaundell Newsome states "We’ve been just as hard hit this time around. The pandemic has highlighted the disparities in access to capital through slow and often dysfunctional relief efforts to small, minority-owned firms."... Read full article
by Anand Nair, MSFS on July 3, 2020
Wealth Management for “Un-wealthy”
by Anand Nair, MSFS on July 3, 2020
Over a twenty-year career in banking and investments I have heard the phrase, “Unfortunately, I don’t have any wealth to manage right now.” This is sometimes the response they give me when they ask me what I do for a living, and I reply...... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on July 3, 2020
COVID and Racism Have Exposed Great Inequalities.
by Shaundell Newsome on July 3, 2020
GoFundMe pages, idled workers and “good-bye and thank you” signs popping up on one long-standing storefront after another. America’s Main Street businesses are on the ropes and many of our moms and pops are facing early retirement.... Read full article
by Naiomi Pitre on January 4, 2020
Ushering in a New Era for Downtown Las Vegas – Classic Jewel Cocktail Lounge
by Naiomi Pitre on January 4, 2020
If their reputation is what first drew you to Classic Jewel, the impressive craft cocktails will be what brings you back. “We work hard with our team to ensure that we maintain the right atmosphere for all involved," owner Jerome Harry explains. ... Read full article
by Joseph C. Abraham on January 4, 2020
A Continuum of Service
by Joseph C. Abraham on January 4, 2020
Mrs. Brown devoted 27 years in law enforcement; she isn’t new to innovating programs that help our Nevada community. As a business owner who started a private security company to provide safety and security to her clients.... Read full article
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