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Business Tips for Entrepreneurial College Grads

Graduating college is one of your most happiest times of your life, but at the same time it can be the most stressful, especially if you don’t have a clear idea on what it is you want to do. Millennials aren’t typically “hype” into working for someone; we graduate college with one thought in our minds and that is to be our “own boss”.

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Chevrolet Celebrates DTU Closing Ceremony with DJ Envy & Fonzworth Bentley

Chevrolet and the National Newspaper Publishers Association closed out their 8-week Discover the Unexpected program with a ceremony, celebrating the fourth year. The program initially kicked off in Atlanta, GA and culminated in Detroit, MI at the General Motors Global Headquarters.

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Business Mogul Back-to-School Shopping List: What You Need to Start the Academic Year Right

It’s that time of the year again! The summer months are quickly coming to an end and college students are preparing for their return on campus. Cities throughout the US will start to welcome students back on campus, starting the first week in August. We have complied a list of items that will help make your academic year a breeze.

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Black Dollar Directory Officially Launched

The Black Dollar Directory has officially launched and ready to serve Black-owned and operated businesses. Black Dollar is a small, online Rolodex of Black-owned or operated businesses - with a focus on those located in the state of North Carolina.

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Swell Skin, Must-Have Skincare Product Line for the Summer

Swell Skin was founded by Kelli Klus, who has over 15 years of experience as a skin care expert; alternative medicine practitioner; and, a homeopath, wellness, nutritional and yoga consultant. Business Mogul team tested this summer must-have product and we’re pleased!

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Chevrolet Officially Kicked off Fellowship for HBCU Journalism Students with NNPA, DJ Envy and Fonzworth Bentley

Chevrolet has officially kicked off their fourth year of fellowship for HBCU journalism students. Chevrolet, one of the world’s largest car brands, along with NNPA (National Newspaper Publishers Association) selected six students from various Historically Black Colleges and Universities for this year’s Discover the Unexpected Journalism Fellowship.

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Kristen Hopkins, Founder & CEO of Dangers of the Mind has partnered with The Urban Assembly (UA) to host a Youth Girls Conference with a Social Emotional Learning Forum

Social emotional learning empowers with the abilities that directly impact not only lives academically, but success and happiness. Kristen Hopkins, Founder & CEO of Dangers of the Mind is bringing a youth conference to New York City that will help shift the lives of the young ladies.

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