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What To Do With Your Dollars to Make Real Change

(Image: iStock.com/Lucidology) There is $1.3 trillion dollars in African American spending power. Let me say that again—$1.3 TRILLION in spending power—based on Nielsen’s African Americans are More Relevant Than Ever report projection of African American spending power in the United States this year.  That’s a lot of power for the over …

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Today's News: March 23, 2017

Hundreds of Migrants Feared Dead in the Mediterranean Yannis Behrakis / Reuters At least 240 migrants may have drowned off the coast of Libya this week after two boats capsized in the Mediterranean Sea along a common smuggling route to Europe. Proactiva Open Arms, a Spanish aid group, said it …

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Young Thug Has Some Words for Women

As Young Thug‘s career elevates to new heights, his growing celebrity also comes with its own fair share of problems. As the saying goes, “New levels bring new devils.” For the Atlanta rapper, there’s one aspect in particular that he can’t stand. Taking to social media, Thugger chose to air some grievances regarding …

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Why Tech Companies Fail at Marketing (And How They Can Avoid It)

Tech companies often fail at marketing because they take a fundamentally wrong approach to designing marketing strategy and campaigns. Subpar marketing means “me-too,” uninspiring content on corporate blogs with insignificant social shares and superficiality from the target audience’s viewpoint. Tech companies struggle to create strategic messaging to describe their products with …

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Will Trump’s Travel Ban Affect Americans Studying Abroad?

(Image: iStock.com/franckreporter) Although the Trump administration seems to take a reactionary approach to globalization, the rest of the world and many businesses not only recognize how the world is becoming more international—they embrace it.   Trump’s Travel Ban   Last week, when Trump signed an executive order suspending the entry …

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<em>The Atlantic</em> Daily: Appeal and Delay

What We’re Following Terror’s Aftermath: ISIS has claimed responsibility for yesterday’s deadly attack outside the U.K. Parliament. The suspected terrorist, a 52-year-old British national, has also been identified. We’re tracking the latest developments here. Prime Minister Theresa May urged citizens to go about their lives as usual—a philosophy of resilience …

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