When you see terms such as “leading provider, recession-resistant, lack of competition” and “scalable,” associated with a franchise opportunity, it’s undoubtedly going to pique your interest. Continue reading Couple Brings A Wealth Of Experience To Help Combat Workplace Contagion With Enviro-Master Services
By Richard Bumgardner, USASAC
In 2018, when Sgt. 1st Class Davin Stovell saw a job posted on the Army’s Tour of Duty website, he knew it was tailor fit, not only for himself, but also for his two brothers, Staff Sgts. Daryl and Daniel Stovell. Continue reading Brothers Keep Family Tradition of Army Service
While it may seem like the interview suit is a thing of the past, a fair number of hiring managers may disagree. Continue reading 6 things to consider when choosing a job interview outfit
By Jovane Marie
Gabrielle Union found her way into the mainstream and straight to our hearts at the start of the new millennium with her breakout performance as the leader of the East Compton Clovers in Bring It On. Continue reading Gabrielle Union: A Journey to Fulfillment
With only two months left in the year, Rihanna continues racking up a number of big wins. Recently at New York City’s revered art institution, the Guggenheim Museum, the fashion and beauty industry disrupter celebrated the release of Rihanna, the lavish large format book that features 1000 photos Continue reading Rihanna Launches Another Big First: A Visual Autobiography
Known for some of the best fried chicken and famous shrimp burgers, Big Shake’s Hot Chicken & Fish has entered into a new partnership with Performance Food Group. The partnership will help the restaurant expand Continue reading Restaurants Can Now Carry Healthier Famous Shrimp Burger with Big Shake’s New Partnership
Kay Wallace lives by the quote, “Results. Period.” The new president and CEO of the National Black MBA Association—which just held its 41st Annual Conference and Exposition in Houston, Texas—is all about achieving results.
Continue reading Meet NBMBAA’s New President & CEO: Kay Wallace
Breast cancer is one of the most common kinds of cancer in women. About 1 in 8 women born today in the United States will get breast cancer at some point. Continue reading October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
17-year-old Tyra Winters isn’t just renowned at her high school for being an excellent cheerleader—she is also now making national headlines for saving the life of a choking toddler Continue reading Cheerleader Jumps Off Parade Float So She Can Save Choking Toddler in the Crowd
Simone Biles has done it again!
The decorated gymnast made history on Saturday at the world championships in Stuttgart, Germany, by successfully landing the triple-double Continue reading Simone Biles Makes History by Nailing Two Signature Moves — and One Is Now Named After Her
PepsiCo Beverages North America, in partnership with ESSENCE, recently introduced “She Got Now” – a multi-tiered platform that celebrates, supports and honors young Black women aspiring to and attending Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) across the country. Continue reading PepsiCo Beverages North America & ESSENCE Launch “She Got Now” Multi-Tiered Platform Celebrating
Families today are busier than ever before. Between commutes, school, extracurricular activities, and weekly duties, it leaves very little time for the family to get together and have fun making memories. This is one reason why The Fishing Caddy is Continue reading Don’t Miss the One Gift Topping the List of Families This Season