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When I heard about the Louisiana-based KTBS meteorologist, Rhonda Lee natural hair drama, I wanted to stay far away from it. But working in the news and media, it was impossible to ignore. My coworkers debated it and it ...
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What is it with black women and wigs? - Colorful Times

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What is it with black women and wigs?Colorful TimesRight across West Africa today, the majority of women wear wigs or weaves as part of daily life.
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Beauty and Brains: Black Female Entrepreneurs Behind Million ...

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Here's a look at the top Black female entrepreneurs slaying the beauty industry and a few words of wisdom on lessons they've learned in building their business: Pages: 1 2 3 4 5 · Mike Tyson Continues to Reinvent Himself, ...
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Wharton Puts First-Year MBA Courses Online for Free

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Wharton is now offering four core courses from its highly ranked full-time MBA program on the online learning platform Coursera

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Now, with the addition of three new courses on the online learning platform Coursera, you can get much of the course content for free.


While you won’t get the full Wharton on-campus experience—or an internship, career services, or alumni network, for that matter—the new courses in financial accounting, marketing, and corporate finance duplicate much of what you would learn during your first year at the elite business school, says Don Huesman, managing director of the innovation group at Wharton.

 

A fourth course in operations management that’s been offered since September rounds out the “foundation series.” Along with five existing electives, which include courses on sports business and health care, the new offerings make it possible to learn much of what students in Wharton’s full-time MBA program learn, and from the same professors. All nine courses are massive open online courses, or MOOCs, expected to attract students from around the world.