Published Articles

(03/19/2013)
Most businesses want to generate as many customers as possible, but a "cast-a-wide-net" approach to spending hard-earned advertising dollars may not be the best way to attract new business.


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(03/19/2013)
“Where there is no vision, the people perish.” Proverbs 29:13
In the 1960s, Negroes fought to be accepted as equals through a well-organized civil rights movement. Black pride came into focus during the 1970s, as black America sought to shake off stereotypes that unfairly associated the community with urban poverty and other social ills. In the 1980s and ’90s, a combination of hard work, determination and robust affirmative action programs brought record numbers of African-Americans into the ranks of corporate America.


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(03/19/2013)
Small businesses overwhelming support tougher regulations for Wall Street and financial companies, saying they must be held accountable and their business dealing must be transparent, a survey by Small Business Majority indicated.

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(03/19/2013)
Mr. PORTER. Madam Speaker, it is my distinct pleasure to rise today to honor Shaundell Newsome by entering his name in the Congressional Record, the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress since 1873. Today I pay tribute to Shaundell Newsome, President and CEO of Newsome Marketing Enterprises, for his role in promoting excellence in small business throughout the Las Vegas community.

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(03/19/2013)
Small Business Owners Join their Representatives at Press Events Across the Country to Discuss "Fiscal Cliff" During Height of Holiday Shopping Season

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