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Small Businesses Have Surged in Black Communities. Was It the Stimulus?

New research finds a big rise in new businesses despite the pandemic, particularly in predominantly Black neighborhoods. By Quoctrung Bui May 24, 2021 Over the last year, multiple stimulus measures from the federal government have helped families buy groceries, pay rent and build a financial cushion. This aid might have also helped start a new era of entrepreneurship. There has been…

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Why Black-owned businesses are struggling to stay afloat

INVEST IN YOU: READY. SET. GROW. PUBLISHED WED, FEB 3 20216:26 PM EST Dymond GreenSHAREShare Article via FacebookShare Article via TwitterShare Article via LinkedInShare Article via Email There are 30.2 million small businesses in the U.S. But only a fraction of them survive. Twenty percent of small businesses fail by the first year, 30% by the second, 50% by the fifth,…

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Improve Your Writing Skills with 6 Free Online Lessons

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Summer Holidays: an Opportunity for a Bit of Parental Reframing

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