Thu04242014

Business

Rethinking the role of household debt

Many people aspire to pay off their home mortgages before entering retirement. But shedding debt has become more difficult in recent years.

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Sports related businesses: Off the field and out of the box

Reginald Jones is one of the few college athletes to make the leap into the pros, landing in the National Football League and playing with the New Orleans Saints and the Cleveland Browns.

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GM extends ‘courtesy’ Car to TSD Publisher

 

As part of its partnership with the National Newspaper Publishers Association, Real Times Media and The New Tri-State Defender, GM provided me an exclusive and extended test drive.

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Focus: Sports-related businesses

For many children, schoolyard play gives way to organized sports competition and along the way they develop dreams of reaping the accolades and lifestyles of superstar athletes.

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Getting the most out of ‘my gift’

How can your church/charity and you both benefit from your gift?

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The creative force behind Mr. Belvedere

Tiffany Collins started a business that was uniquely titled and poised to do well just by its very nature.

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Politics fuel debate on gas

Republicans are so intent on defeating President Barack Obama in November that they have accused him of deliberately raising the price of gasoline.

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Four plead guilty to Mississippi hate crimes

Three Mississippi men who ran down and killed an African-American man last June pleaded guilty to federal hate crimes.

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When key players can’t work

For most of us, the odds of dying young are fairly remote. The probability that people between the ages of 30 and 60 will live to age 65 ranges from 85 percent to 95 percent, depending on gender and age.

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Digital Shoppers R Us

Remember back in the day when Yellow Pages encouraged everyone to: “Let Your Fingers do the Walking,” to quickly and efficiently thumb through its pages to locate any business or service imaginable?

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Climbing the corporate ladder

Shannon Williams has a top-level view of the “corporate ladder.” She began working for the Indianapolis Recorder after graduating from college and has managed to reach the top of the publishing game.

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Can a hairstyle hurt your job chances?

Have you ever thought your choice of hairstyle might be a barrier to gaining employment?

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At The Wharton Law Firm, it’s about the basics

As owner of the Wharton Law Firm, Ruby R. Wharton is a recognized force within the Memphis-area legal community.

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