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Earl G. Graves Sr., a quintessential American businessman and founder and publisher of the groundbreaking magazine Black Enterprise, passed away on Monday after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. He was 85. Graves served in many roles throughout his career, including as an entrepreneur, a philanthropist, a civil rights advocate, a bestselling author and, above…

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Paula Price’s career spans more than 30 years in senior-level finance, strategy and general management. She landed the role of chief financial officer at Macy’s in July 2018, and is responsible for leading the company’s finance, accounting, investor relations and internal audit functions. Prior to Macy’s, Price was a full-time, senior lecturer at Harvard Business…

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The Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit is a professional leadership conference designed especially for executive women of color. The event always promises to be a productive experience that gives women opportunities to enhance their leadership skills and network with executive decision-makers. Each year, attendees also learn new strategies for staying ahead of corporate trends…

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As the national director of corporate and cause partnerships at Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Charlita Stephens-Walker bears the awesome responsibility of raising funds for major corporations and partnering with national corporate donors across the country. Rolling out caught up with Stephens-Walker at the 2020 Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in Las Vegas,…

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The Black Enterprise FWD Conference is one of the most anticipated events of the year. The conference celebrates entrepreneurship and leadership in the Black community.  This year it took place June 19-21 in Charlotte, North Carolina, and featured several top industry entrepreneurs, businesses and tastemakers.  While attending the conference, rolling out caught up with George…

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Kristyn Page, the vice president of multicultural community engagement for Macy’s, recently attended the Black Enterprise Women of Power Summit in Las Vegas. During the conference, Page spoke with rolling out about working in corporate America and how to navigate it as a Black woman. She also gave us a sneak peek into what’s to come at…

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Mikeisha Anderson Jones has become a connoisseur of inclusion. She has studied and observed how diversity enhances and beautifies the corporate culture. There is empirical and hard data that proves authentic inclusion improves the bottom line of a corporation. Furthermore, inclusion raises morale in the workplace when all demographics are given authentic opportunities for upward mobility in…

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Kamala Harris is vying to become the first Black woman in history to serve as president of the United States of America. The Democratic senator from California shared her vision for America at Black Enterprise’s Women of Power Summit. In a discussion moderated by Star Jones that took place at The Mirage in Las Vegas, Harris…

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Black Enterprise‘s Women of Power Summit is one of the top business events in America. This year’s conference, sponsored by Macy’s, AT&T, Pepsico, Toyota, Walmart, Pfizer and Dell, will feature some of the top business, political and cultural minds in the nation. Here are the five most intriguing events and speakers planned at Black Enterprise‘s 2019…

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The rolling out 2018 “Men of Power and Influence” series spotlights amazing African-American men and their accomplishments on their journey to success. These men represent brilliance, excellence, prestige, and influence, and are leading the charge for the next generation of young men to become successful influencers in their own right. Jeffrey L. Boney serves as…

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