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Proposed bill could let consumers get free credit scores

blackenterprise.com — Free annual credit scores could be coming your way. A bill was proposed in the United States Senate that would mandate all consumers be able to obtain free annual credit scores. Currently, all consumers are entitled to a free credit report from each of the three of the major credit bureaus ...

Your Next Smartphone Could Have a Kill Switch

blackenterprise.com — Thanks to government threats to impose mandatory federal laws concerning cellphone security, smartphone makers and carriers have decided to create some rules of their own. Companies like Apple, Samsung, HTC, and Nokia, and carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile, have agreed to implement a kill switch ...

The Top 10 Grants Available to Black, Minority Business Owners

blackenterprise.com — Every year billions of dollars are awarded in the form of free money and other types of funding. Most people know this money exists, but just don't know where to apply, how much they qualify for, or even where to get an application. Contrary to popular belief, free money is available to ...

Urban Business Roundtable Spotlight On Ryan C. Mack

blackenterprise.com — This week on The Urban Business Roundtable, UBR Contributor Samantha Pass sits down with the President and CEO of Optimum Capital Management and founder of the Optimum Institute of Economic Empowerment Inc., Ryan C. Mack. As appropriate for the month of April, Financial Literacy Month, Mack ...

Survey: Employers To Increase Hiring of Class of 2014 College Grads

blackenterprise.com — According to a new survey from the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE), companies expect to hire more new college graduates this year for their U.S. operations than they did last year. NACE's Job Outlook 2014 Spring Update survey show they specifically plan to to hire 8.6% ...