What’s the history behind major people, organizations, & developments in the business world? (WTI)
Don’t know what to write about this week? Join us in writing about big movers and shakers in the history of business. It’s this week’s Weekly Inspiration theme, inspired by AEvans and Black History Month. Stop by our forum thread for search-friendly title ideas and community support: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/92054
What are the major tuning points in history which changed business? This article focuses on the global economic impact of the slave trade and how it was a turning point in the history of business. read more
Famous black female entrepreneurs. There accomplishments and successes, both past and present have paved the way for all young Black women to become all they can be.
Maggie Lena Walker founded the first Black bank called St. Luke's Penny Savings Bank/Consolidated Bank and Trust in 1903.... read more
Famous black women entrepreneurs looks at the latest statistics surrounding black-owned businesses and there are some very surprising findings. It then goes on to show you why the chosen women are so famous and how their success is so inspirational considering the obstacles they have overcame. read more
The Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley is a hero to poets, storytellers, entertainers, and Jamaicans at home and abroad. Her works were witty and informational. They are historical pieces that changed the way people all over the world views the Jamaican Patios. read more
Lucille Ball paved the way for women in the business world and in life. She was the first woman to own her own film company and the first to go on national television showing her pregnancy. Big steps for the Women's Movement of the 50's and 60's. read more
A touching story engaging the lives of three African American Entrepreneurs plus "one" based on a true story that will reach your inner feelings. read more
Read about famous, greatest and the best businessmen from India. These top 10 Indian Entrepreneurs will definitely inspire you to become a great businessman. read more
Don left this world on the first hours of this month. We came out with some answers that might shock some people. RIP Don! read more
Let me introduce you to Gloria Mayfield Banks. She is an Elite Executive National Sales Director for Mary Kay Cosmetics. She is a multi-millionaire with over 6,000 consultants under her. She is truly an inspiration for females in the business world today. read more
Celebrating women and their success, these Models had more than just beauty, they had a brain and of course determination. All overcame bias and prejudice with their own charm an inequable personality. Cheers! read more
At least three major Native North American Nations have increased in numbers, planned economic growth for their own people as well as non-Natives in their states, and welcomed black Africans and African-Americans into homes and jobs since the 1600s or earlier. Their hundreds of businesses are aiding the US recovery post-recession, especially with an Oil Boom, and adding material to history. read more
Imagine Yourself in 'Pandora,' but being alien to these blue humanoids from James Cameron's script Avatar 2. If you want to make a simple move or go to School there, you will have to face bullying and most likely you will be singled out by your looks and your different attitude toward life and the world beyond your eyes. This is the interview that could rock the mind of history buffs. just find out! read more
Madame C J Walker has been a source of inspiration to me for many years. I am glad to have an opportunity to write about her and share things that I hope will inspire others too. read more
The wealthiest women in Africa each have a net worth of over $30 Million and advocate for new jobs and housing. Most live in South Africa. read more
Who are the richest women in the United Kingdom and how did they amass their fortune? What foundations do they head or support? read more
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