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BUSINESS BRIEFS
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
LAUNCH iNvictus Office Center will host the launch of the iNvictus Masters of Fate Fellowship Program to help erase inequities and boost minority entrepreneurial, business and nonprofit ventures. The first meeting is May 26 at 7 p.m. at 601 Fayetteville St., Suite 300, Durham. Visit www.iNvicturOffice.com FRIENDS OF DOWNTOWN Chapel Hill Friends of the
 
Computer genius turns back on Microsoft, Google
Thursday, May 19, 2016
Jordan Kunzika is a 21-year-old computer genius who says he often was the only black person in his computer science classes. He is a Google Generation Scholar and has done internships with both Microsoft and Intel. But when both companies recently offered him a full-time job, he turned them down and decided instead to partner with his friends, Brian
 
Google bans payday and other predatory loan ads
Monday, May 16, 2016
For more than a decade, broad-based coalitions at both the state and federal levels have united consumer advocates, labor, clergy, civil rights champions and others in calling for an end to predatory lending. Although 16 states and the District of Columbia effectively ban payday lending, the majority of the nation is still subject to triple-digit interest
 
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Falcons win fourth straight DII outdoor title

BRADENTON, Fla. – Saint Augustine’s track and field program continues to roll

‘Roots’ returns in History Channel remake

The “Roots” miniseries is coming back to TV with a contemporary twist. This one

More NC churches offer refuge for spirit – and body

RALEIGH – Growing numbers of North Carolina churches offer their congregations health and