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Ian Dunlap, is the founder of Hyper Acceleration, business and finance consulting agency in Houston. Dunlap is a former marketing executive whose past clients include Chevron, Eastern Bank Limited, Reebok, and a fund manager that specializes in a new type of investing. Dunlap spoke with rolling out to share some financial advice during the pandemic.…

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Ferdinand Delavega is a vice president and Community Reinvestment Act compliance manager at Comerica Bank. The metro Detroit resident has a bachelor’s degree in management information systems from Oakland University and a master’s degree in management from Walsh College. With more than 20 years in the financial industry, Delavega’s current role involves gathering data, evaluating…

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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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Soulja Boy has seen his investment in a soap company soar amid the coronavirus outbreak. The 29-year-old rapper and his manager Miami Mike recently invested in a Mississippi franchise of The Soap Shop, and the store’s profits have tripled lately due to the health crisis, TMZ reports. The store sells a range of products, including hand soap…

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In 1993 a group of wives of National Basketball Association players decided to form the National Basketball Wives Association (NBWA). In 2016, the organization opted to rebrand itself with new leadership and a mission. With Mia Wright, wife of former NBA player Dorell Wright, serving as president, the NBWA filed for a 501(c)3 status and…

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Several impactful women were recognized and celebrated on the first day of the third annual Rolling Out Innovation Digital Entertainment (RIDE) Conference Friday, Sept. 6, 2019, at the Loudermilk Conference Center in Atlanta. Hosted by rolling out, the RIDE Conference provides a platform for leading innovators in business, entertainment and tech to share their expertise with…

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No matter how much or how little money you earn, investing for the future is critical. Most finance experts suggest putting at least 10-15 percent of your take-home income into savings each month; however, that is not realistic for everyone. Living within a budget and investing will help you prepare for your future and retirement. Check out a few of the simplest ways…

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Sharon Epperson, an award-winning senior personal finance correspondent who can be seen regularly on CNBC television and other media platforms, was recently named one of the 12 to watch in TV news in 2018. She covers the many facets of how people manage, grow and protect their money, and her expertise includes saving, and investing…

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Constance Carter

In a highly complex world where uncertainty, unrest and volatility are evident all around us, we must continue to think differently, plan smartly, execute strategically, and reap consistently. Many are continuing to shatter the statistic and proverbial stereotype that we’re too afraid to get educated and expose ourselves to income diversification and wealth opportunities. Constance…

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Economic inequality remains a major issue in America. But a recent report reveals how Blacks in Boston are suffering financially. Blacks in Boston only have a median net worth of $8. In contrast, Whites have an average net worth of $275K. That means Blacks in Boston often have debt that is greater than their assets, according…

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