Category: Business

Is The Business of Money Stressing You Out?

Reeta Wolfsohn This is “Part I” of a multi-part article exploring how to grow more comfortable talking about, and attending to your money. by Reeta Read more »

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Speaking Out on Economic Empowerment for African Americans

by Cathy HoltAl Whitesides is a highly successful businessman, having joined Mountain First Bank after a 34-year career with First Union National Bank (and its Read more »

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Hispanic Small Business Community Thrives in WNC

by Sarah ArredondoThese days we sense the impact of the growing Hispanic population in North Carolina in all sectors of the economy and the community. Read more »

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SBA Loan Sessions Throughout WNC to Deliver Loans Up to $50,000

Participating Small Business Centers, the Small Business & Technology Development Center and SCORE jointly announced today they will host a series of small business loan Read more »

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You Want to Start a Business? You Need a Business Plan

by D. C. BennettStarting a business can be exciting and fulfilling, allowing you to use your critical thinking skills creatively to research your idea, develop Read more »

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Hi-Tech Kids: Our Future Is In Their Hands

By Russ Yelton           In the late 1990s I accepted a job teaching middle-school students computer technologies. I was promised a brand new lab and, Read more »

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SBA’s Community Express Loan Program

Asheville, NC             Participating Small Business Centers, the Small Business & Technology Developement Center and SCORE will host a series of small business loan intake Read more »

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“Serving the Underserved”

USCU’S MOTTO FOR SUCCESS                                                                                    By Clare Hubbard According to the Pew Hispanic Center for Demographic Research, in March 2005 the number of undocumented residents in Read more »

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Elder Law Attorneys Provide Specialized Services

As they age, seniors, their families, and their caregivers face an array of potential problems, legal issues, and needs. By Cathie St. John-Ritzen As they Read more »

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Is Minority Business Development Really an Economic Development Tool?

By Dr. Mel Gravely Minority business development has not been an economic development tool. At least not to the extent it could be. It has Read more »

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