Category Archives: Business

31 Twitter Tips: How To Use Twitter Tools And Twitter Best Practices For Business

For years I have wondered what the value of Twitter is for sales and business. Everyone knows the indisputable value of LinkedIn for B2B sales, marketing, B2B prospecting, and entrepreneurs in general. But Twitter is finally gaining traction in B2B.

Starbucks COO is the first woman, African American

App-savvy new Starbucks COO is the first woman, African American in company’s highest echelon

Brewer is not quite an outsider — she joined the Starbucks board of directors in January. Yet she’s not an insider, having spent the past five years

Books Bill and Melinda Gates Read to Their Kids

‘So what are the best books to read to your kids?’

by Rachel Gillett (Cover Picture) Melinda and Jennifer Gates on a trip to Tanzania. TED.com/YouTube

Considering all the support the Gates Foundation gives to literacy initiatives around the world, it comes as little surprise that Bill and Melinda Gates embrace the benefits of reading at home with their kids, too.

106-year-old Mastanamma YouTubeing in India

Mastanamma from Andhra Pradesh

Possibly the oldest YouTuber of India, 106-year-old Mastanamma from Andhra Pradesh is now a popular personality on the internet, thanks to her proficiency with cooking.

Federal Marijuana Laws

 Know Your Marijuana Laws

 

Complex Florida marijuana laws

Here’s what they really mean

Is recreational marijuana legal in Orlando? If I have Alzheimer’s disease, can I apply for medical cannabis? And when can I start growing weed in my backyard?

“Stop Falling for the Okeydoke.”

Maryland Author Stephen A. Tillett Warns Don’t Believe the Lies About “Race” That Continues to Undermine Our Country in New Book, “Stop Falling for the Okeydoke.”

Annapolis, MD – Today, Stephen A. Tillett, Anne Arundel County NAACP Branch President, political activist, and interfaith clergy leader, released his first book, Stop Falling for the Okeydoke: How the Lie of “Race” Continues to Undermine Our Country [iUniverse; May 25, 2017; 978-1-5320-1-9; $15.99; paperback] for sale at www.iUniverse.com. As a new featured

Urban One, Inc. – History Maker

“History, when presented well, is transformative; it defines and interprets reality, it gives people hope, it makes us better.”  – Lonnie G. Bunch III, Director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum for African American History and Culture.