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Fidelity exec Pamela Everhart shapes corporate profile while underwriting social justice
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Fidelity exec Pamela Everhart shapes corporate profile while underwriting social justice
While well known in business and political circles for her work with Fidelity, Pamela Everhart is also known for joining with 19 other Black and brown Massachusetts executives to launch the New Commonwealth Racial Equity and Social Justice Fund.
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Chamber honors local firms with Small Business of  the Year awards
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Chamber honors local firms with Small Business of the Year awards
The Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce honored six local firms this month with Small Business of the Year awards in categories that included cultural excellence, community impact and CEO leadership.
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Daren Bascome’s Proverb Agency tells Boston’s uplifting stories
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Daren Bascome’s Proverb Agency tells Boston’s uplifting stories
Boston’s own Proverb Agency brings color to the ad industry with their uniquely successful approach to branding and design for campaigns centered around equity, commerce, innovation and community.
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After 2020, Nubian Square’s Frugal Bookstore reminds customers, ‘We’re here’
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After 2020, Nubian Square’s Frugal Bookstore reminds customers, ‘We’re here’
In 2020, the Boston Business Journal profiled several small businesses that were struggling to survive the pandemic. Four years later, we’re checking back in with some of them to find out what’s happened since.
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Hue, at the Copley Square Hotel, offers fine dining and nightlife with a side of Boston history
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Hue, at the Copley Square Hotel, offers fine dining and nightlife with a side of Boston history
A perfect space to grab a bite to eat with friends and family, or attend an exclusive party or corporate event, Hue Boston at 90 Exeter Street has all you need.
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Four tips for managing small business cash flow
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Four tips for managing small business cash flow
Anyone who owns or works for a small business knows the art of cash flow management.
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BECMA report: 117% increase in grants in ’23
The Black Economic Council of Massachusetts issued twice as many grants in 2023 than the year before, according to the organization’s most recent annual report.
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Black insurance professionals look to increase numbers in industry
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Black insurance professionals look to increase numbers in industry
Black insurance professionals meeting in Boston last week vowed to increase minority representation in the industry by ending the pattern of haphazard and accidental entry into the potentially lucrative field.
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Chanda Smart believes affordable housing should be built by those who’ve lived in it
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Chanda Smart believes affordable housing should be built by those who’ve lived in it
Chanda Smart has a motto: People who build affordable housing never had to live in it.
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The Pearl: Breaking bread and crab legs together in Dorchester since 2021
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The Pearl: Breaking bread and crab legs together in Dorchester since 2021
Located in South Bay Center in Dorchester, The Pearl provides the experience of entering a comfortable community corner bar that simultaneously offers handmade specialty cocktails, drinks and an elevated dining experience.
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Disney fends off anti-diversity board contender
Anti-woke activist and investor Nelson Peltz has lost his bid to gain a seat on Disney’s board, landing a blow to recent attacks against Disney’s commitment to inclusive characters.
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Closing the wealth gap means ensuring Black-owned businesses benefit from Boston’s biggest events
When the NAACP National Convention came to Boston last summer, it coincided with a time of controversy for the Massachusetts Convention Center Authority, as there were concerns around a lack of diversity and unequal treatment of Black staff and vendors.
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