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Pursuing A Noble Path At John Hancock        
With an associate degree in finance, a bachelor’s in management, a MBA with special emphasis in enterprise risk management, and a nearly completed doctorate in business administration, George Blount is well prepared for his position as internal sales manager at John Hancock Retirement Plan Services.  read more


Morehouse College Receives $700,000 In Software Technology
The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) awarded over $700,000 in Microsoft software from its ongoing Technology Initiative to Morehouse College – the first non- TMCF member-school to receive such support. read more


Top African-American Business Leader Rosalind  Brewer, President & CEO, Sam's Club 
As president and CEO of Bentonville, AR-based Sam’s Club, a members-only warehouse club channel with revenues of $56 billion for fiscal year 2013, Rosalind Brewer implemented a growth strategy focused on technology and innovation, exciting and local merchandise, and an expanded footprint, accelerating the growth of new clubs.  read more


National Black Caucus of State Legislators Calls On Tech Industry To Increase Diversity
On December 12, the National Black Caucus of State Legislators (NBCSL) ratified a resolution titled “Supporting the Diversification of Tech Industry’s Empowerment” which calls on tech companies like Google, Facebook, Twitter, and others to diversify their workforces through more robust outreach to minority communities.  read more


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