Newstand–Business 2.0, June 2002: The 20 Young Execs You Need to Know Case studies on people who are making it happen and comment on how to make a come up. Also check out the Business 2.0 Web Guide and the section on Small Business Publications.
Newstand–BusinessWeek Online: The Upstart Small Business Legal Guide, Second Edition
Newstand–Technology Update–Fast Company.com July 2002: The Danger Hiptop mobile device. A combination phone/organizer/Web browser/email inbox/instant messenger all-in-one PDA killer. Or not–it’s too early to tell, but it’s intriguiging. If you’re a two-way pager or RIM Blackberry fan, look out for this device. A couple of informational links: the faq, the website, the PDF brochure.
My Business, My Baby! Business Incubators. Check out the latest KIP Business Report. This issue’s cover story is about business incubators in urban centers. Business incubators often function as training wheels for fledgling businesses by offering shared support services (e.g., secretarial services, copying, office space/conference rooms, accounting & legal services) and may counsel their
Millionares Don’t Make a Lot of Money–They Keep It. The first step toward becoming wealthy is understanding your current financial position relative to assets and liabilities to determine your net worth. The less you spend on debts and obligations (liabilities), and the more you retain in the form of cash, investments, property and other
Avoiding Debt Tips for College Students Don’t be lured by free gifts and offers for easy credit which will only serve to saddle you with debt and ultimately prevent you from enjoying the work of your labor. This BET.com article by Stacey Gilliam discusses do’s and don’t of credit for the college set. Once
Aaggh!—studying for the Indiana Bar—less frequent updates. From June 1 through July 31, I will be studying for the Indiana Bar exam. As a lawyer, this is my final step in completing the journey to attorney. Attorneys have a Juris Doctor degree and are licensed to practice law whereas lawyers have a Juris Doctor
Harnessing the Mystery of Capital; Closing the Wealth Gap: Franklin D. Raines Former Director of the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and a member of President Clinton’s cabinet, the now Chairman and CEO of Fannie Mae gave a knockout address at Howard University’s Charter Day program in commemoration of the founding of the