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Buying Black: Detergent maker meets consumer demands
Thursday, January 19, 2017
ATLANTA — Consumers suffering from allergies need a hypoallergenic detergent to keep them clean and comfortable. Black-owned, Atlanta-based, detergent manufacturer, The True Products, LLC, fulfills that demand with its new fragrance- and dye-free laundry detergent set to launch in January. Formulated specifically for consumers with sensitive skin,
Your money in 2017
Sunday, January 15, 2017
CARY – After the holiday season, we look at our waistlines and make a resolution to lose weight or to begin an exercise routine. But the new year is also a perfect time to develop great financial habits and to finally take care of money matters that may have been lingering for years. As you begin your planning, a few of the top financial resolutions
Illegal actions lead to fines against auto-title lenders
Thursday, January 12, 2017
Many consumers breathe a sigh of relief when their car loans are finally paid off. Gaining title to personal vehicles should free up monthly monies – unless that title is later used as collateral for a high-cost and abusive loan. Car-title loans provide a percentage of a vehicle’s total value in exchange for the promise of quick cash.
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Business owners, take care of your business

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Shaw women extends streak over SAU

RALEIGH – Newcomer LaQuisha Taylor scored a game-high 30 points and pulled down 12

Black festival returns for 16th year

RALEIGH – The North Carolina Museum of History always gets an early jump on Black History