Author Archives: Charlotte Young
Presidential Barbie is produced by Mattel in conjunction with The White House Project, a nonpartisan nonprofit that strives to encourage more women in politics.
Marion Barry apologizes for remarks denouncing Asian businesses in Washington DC’s Ward eight.
Even though most of us wouldn’t go for a job that didn’t offer a decent benefits package, the reality is once we’ve secured that job, we rarely take advantage of all the package has to offer. If you’re working for a company that provides a substantial benefits package, it’s a shame not to take advantage [...]
John Hope Bryant, the founder of Operation HOPE, knows the importance of financial education. His organization launched the 700 Credit Score initiative to help those in the black community who struggle with average credit scores that make them vulnerable to predatory lending and payday loans. The organization also helps to teach underserved youth the importance [...]
Although you may feel the sting of tight finances now, dipping into your retirement funds and saving account is not the answer to your problems. Your savings presents temporary relief; but the long term financial damage will pop up years down the road. The Sun Times reports that a new report by the Ariel Education [...]
In our adult lives there are two big life relationships that really matter—finding a partner in love and finding a partner in business. As Christina Wallace and Alex Nelson, the duo behind the fashion company Quincy point out in Forbes, picking a business partner is very similar to picking a potential life partner. Check out [...]
The secret to work advancement aside from hardwork could be in these two questions.
In the midst of housing discrimination and de facto segregation in the 1950s Dorothy Cox worked under five San Francisco mayors George Moscone to Willie Brown.
The highly publicized Trayvon Martin case has not only sparked nationwide protests, it’s also silently brought Skittles a new level of unexpected profit.
While students are happily rejoicing over college acceptance letters, parents are wondering where they will find the money.