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Financial Report: Momentary lack of muscular coordination…. Week of October 15, 2012 By: Dempster R. Cherry

I wasn’t the only one who noticed again this week that even with good economic news, the market and the purveyors of doom and gloom greeted earnings season with little if any enthusiasm.  Yes, the rally coming out of 3rd quarter hasn’t been sustained.  The markets were tap dancing on 4 year highs and a

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The original “It Girl” Thelma of “Good Times,” featured on TV-Ones “Life After.”

    The original “It Girl” Thelma of Good Times, featured on TV-Ones Life After. BernNadette Stanis warmed her way into the hearts of Americans as Thelma, on the popular African American family sitcom Good Times. Millions tuned in weekly to watch the beautiful girl with the sassy personality and the infectious smile—the middle child

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Arizona implements an Interactive Campaign that Engages Young Mobile Phone Users and Encourages Adult Voter Turnout

  CellTrust’s 2-way SMS Gateway Platform Enables Kids Voting Arizona to Design an Interactive Campaign that Engages Young Mobile Phone Users and Encourages Adult Voter Turnout   SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Kids Voting Arizona, and the Arizona Bar Foundation, have partnered with CellTrust to provide a text messaging-based youth polling program, on the foundation’s partner site lawforkids.org, as part

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Keija Minor named Editor-In-Chief of Brides and Brides.com, becoming first African American to head up a Condé Nast Publication.

  Unbelievable, it’s 2012! That being said, our congratulations go out to Keija Minor was recently named editor-in-chief of Brides and Brides.com, the worlds largest weddings magazine.  News of Minor’s promotion reveals that for the first time in the 103-year history of Conde Nash publishing, she is the first African American to hold this position. In addition

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What now?

After all the buildup concerning Fed Chair Bernanke’s Jackson Hole speech, European Central Banking President Mario Draghi’s speech, and both the Democrat and Republican political conventions, have we been left with a clear picture of what’s to come?  While some of the economic data is better, the jobs picture remains underwhelming. U.S. equities participated in

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