Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine

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  • Tax Tips For Separated and Divorced Individuals

    By Steve Julal If you are recently separated or divorced, taxes may be the last thing on your mind; however, these events can have a big impact on your wallet at tax time. Alimony, or a name or address change, are just a few items you may need to consider. Here are a few key...

  • Connecting in Cobb County: A Networking Event for MBEs
  • Will Chatbots Be As Big and Important as Websites to Your Company’s Success?

    By Brent Leary When I heard Dharmesh Shah — cofounder of HubSpot and one of the most influential voices in marketing — say chatbots are the most significant technologies in decades during his keynote at the Inbound Conference, I immediately asked the person next to me if I heard that right. I then caught up...

  • [FOR THE LOVE OF FOOD] Sweet Affections: Apple Tarts

    By Dawn M. Richards, D.M.R. Fine Foods Something about the weather this time of the year stirs up my desire for baking more often. I bought an adorable cake pan a couple of weeks ago and was feeling the urge to put it to use almost instantly. I was seeking inspiration for a cake recipe that would...

  • Atlanta Mayoral Candidates Reveal Current Fundraising Totals, Potential Staying Power

    The Mayoral candidates faced a campaign finance deadline this week, and the reports give an indication of which contenders will be able to sustain a full-throttle campaign and electorate buy-in until November 2017.  Atlanta City Council President Ceasar Mitchell tops the 2017 mayoral hopeful pack by raising more than $1.26 million to date, followed closely...

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  • Nominate an Extraordinary Business Man for AT’s Men of the Year Issue!

    To nominate, send the candidate’s NAME, DIRECT EMAIL ADDRESS, TITLE & COMPANY to plottier@atlantatribune.com *Please send all of the requested information only. Bios and extra materials are not needed at this time.

  • The Business of the Immigration Battle

    Atlanta serves both as a gateway to the globe and a destination for legal, educated foreign workers to build out the workforce for the hub of major corporations here. The AJC’s Jim Galloway takes a look at how “In the South, the real immigration battle will be about business, not refugees”:   “But temperatures might...

  • Grady’s Grit Then & Now: 125 Years and a Clean Bill of Health

    By Jacqueline Holness When Emily Eubanks was diagnosed with stage II triple-positive breast cancer in April 2015 at Grady Memorial Hospital – after her first mammogram at 40 years old, she thought she could possibly die because she didn’t have the money for treatment. “I told Dr. Gabram that I didn’t have the money for...

  • Black History: The Life and Legacy of Carter G. Woodson [Lecture]

    Lecture by Dr. Greg Kimathi Carr on the “Life and Legacy of Carter G. Woodson” — widely known as the “father” of the tireless study of Black history in this month and beyond. Lesson here: https://static1.squarespace.com/static/51e1f764e4b0180cf3bcdc25/t/52e6f92de4b0abf2d1ba617f/1390868781275/Greg+Carr+Lesson+on+Carter+Woodson.pdf …

  • NEXT: Atlanta’s Rosalind Brewer is joining Starbucks’ Board of Directors

    Rosalind Brewer will leave her post as president and CEO of Sam’s Club in Bentonville, Ark., this month having been the first woman and the first African American to fill the role of chief executive officer at one of Wal-Mart Stores’ divisions. In a January announcement, Brewer called the company where she’s spent a decade...

  • In Memoriam: Remembering Judge Willie Lovett Jr. Through His Words

    STATEMENT FROM FULTON COUNTY JUVENILE COURT CHIEF PRESIDING JUDGE BRADLEY J. BOYD “On behalf of Fulton County Juvenile Court, it is with great sadness that I must announce that Judge Willie J. Lovett, Jr. passed away this morning, January 30, 2017. Judge Lovett was a colleague and friend to a great many of us in...

  • The Editor’s View: “You can never have too much good.”

    By Katrice L. Mines, Editor | kmines@atlantatribune.com There is a common thread running through this issue and it would be obvious to you even if I didn’t name it. But, I will: grooming and inspiring leaders. In a time when there is a not-so-subtle need to be uplifted, it is refreshing to read so many...

  • NEW ISSUE: Coca-Cola’s Leadership Perspective
  • PHOTO GALLERY: 2017 Annual Workplace Diversity Summit

    The 2017 Annual Workplace Diversity Summit themed, “How Far Have We Come Since King?” took place at the Georgia Power Corporate Headquarters and was proudly sponsored by Georgia Power, Grady Health System, The Coca-Cola Company and Bloomingdale’s. Moderator Jerome Miller | founder and ceo, J. Miller & Company, LLC Panelists Andrew Davis | chief diversity...

  • Atlanta 2017 Mayoral Race Kicks Off at Buckhead Coalition Forum

    Eight candidates were given an opportunity to state their case in front of a highly-influential business and civic group at the The Buckhead Coalition’s annual luncheon and forum for candidates who are running for Atlanta Mayor in 2017. The coalition operates the Better Community Political Action Committee to address City of Atlanta nonpartisan contests of mayor,...

Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine

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  • When black death goes viral, it can trigger PTSD-like trauma

    By Kenya Downs for PBS.org | Photo by Eduardo Munoz/Reuters Editor’s Note: This story has been updated to include details of the fatal shooting of Terence Crutcher. The 40-year-old was shot and killed by police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, after officers responded to a report of a stalled vehicle. When video of the Baton Rouge shooting death of...

  • “This Might Prove to Be a Game-Changer:” A Letter of Appreciation to All Who Decided to Open Accounts in Black Banks

    By Michael A. Grant, J.D. President, National Bankers Association As president of the National Bankers Association, whose members include many of the Black-owned banks that received and are still receiving an unprecedented level of support from all over America, I would like to extend heartfelt gratitude by simply saying: Thank you! Michael Grant President, National...

  • BEYOND THE COURT: One On One With Nzinga Shaw

    By Leah D. Stone For a woman who says she never uses an alarm clock, Nzinga Shaw always seems to be right on time. From her self-described serendipitous break into the human resources field, to her recent appointment as the first chief diversity and inclusion officer in the NBA and for the Atlanta Hawks and...

  • INSIDE PASS: Melissa Proctor Stays “True to Atlanta”

    By Jacqueline Holness When Miami magnet arts high school student Melissa Proctor, then McGhie, began designing envelopes and mailing them to the Miami Heat staff, she had no inkling that her creative and strategic approach would be the qualities eventually leading to her being the chief marketing officer for the Atlanta Hawks Basketball Club and...

Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • WATCH: “Unbossed and Unbought” Shirley Chisholm takes Center Stage In PBS’ ‘The Contenders: 16 For ’16’ Premiere

    PBS’ new docu-series The Contenders- 16 For ’16 aims to highlight 16 of the most groundbreaking, influential political candidates who set a precedent for what it means to hold the most powerful position in the world- President of the United States of America- in preparation for the November election.

  • Vice President Biden Announces Scholarships for Minority Tech Professionals

    Vice President Joe Biden announced $100 million in scholarships to those who are underrepresented in the technology workforce and talked about the importance of education for information technology jobs. The Iron Yard, Code Fellows, and Operation HOPE will offer full-tuition scholarships to women and minorities in the technology field. So far, $45 million in funding...

  • ‘Tech Opportunity Fund’ Launched to Award $100 Million in Code School Diversity Scholarships

    Over the next five years, the Tech Opportunity Fund, a partnership created by The Iron Yard, Code Fellows and Operation HOPE, aims to award $100 million in full-tuition code school diversity scholarships. The Iron Yard, the largest immersive code school in the U.S., today launched the Tech Opportunity Fund in collaboration with with Code Fellows...

  • TAX SMARTS: Selling your business

    By Steve Julal Selling your Business There are many reasons to sell a business. Maybe you’re in ill health or ready to retire, and now that the business is profitable, you’re ready to cash in. Whatever the reason, selling a small to medium-sized business is a complex venture and many business owners are not aware...

  • Beyond Splendor: Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve

    Beyond Splendor By Katrice L. Mines, Editor Before I arrived at Dorado Beach, a Ritz-Carlton Reserve, I’d decided that I couldn’t leave without having its Island Cobb Salad. A friend had asked me, as I was planning my trip, what I most look forward to when I travel and I admitted it was the culinary...

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