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By Danielle D. Hughes Sumptuous Spirits As a college student at Miles College in Alabama, Lauren Daniels was always asked to be the bartender at parties off-campus. Thus, an idea struck. “I was always the person that everyone would come to for the drinks.  …read more

By Lisa Fraser Brands like Maréna Beauté are featured on Marjani’s website (Image: Marjani Beauty Co.) Remember the name Marjani Beauty because it just might be the black and brown girl’s answer to Sephora.com. …read more

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By Daron Pressley For over 25 years, Taliah Waajid has serviced and educated thousands of her clients and many consumers on the benefits of chemical-free haircare. A natural haircare specialist, Waajid …read more

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By Marcus Gilmer While fingerprint sensors may be the reason for a delay in the new iPhone, that technology isn’t holding back MasterCard from rolling out new credit cards with fingerprint technology.  …read more

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By Emma Hinchliffe In the fight for online shoppers, Walmart has one thing Amazon doesn’t: stores. Lots of em. The retail giant is taking advantage of its one upper hand with a new way to get discounts when you shop online. For 10,000 of the most popular items sold only on Walmart.com, you’ll …read more

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By Ariel Bogle American technology companies are traveling to the other side of the world to raise a buck. The underwater drone company Aquabotix is one U.S. startup eyeing the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX) …read more

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By Brett Williams There’s a new player in the autonomous trucking game, and it’s coming out of the gate with some big claims. Swedish transportation company Einride announced its global launch with news that it’s working to establish the world’s first totally emission-free road transportation system. …read more

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By The Associated Press An advertising boycott of YouTube is broadening, a sign that big-spending companies doubt Google’s ability to prevent marketing campaigns from appearing alongside repugnant videos. …read more

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By Jack Morse Plastic is soooo yesterday. Wells Fargo, being the hippest bank to allegedly open more than 2 million fraudulent accounts in its customers’ names, knows this. And so, as of March 27, the San Francisco-based company is giving its account holders a way to access their money at 13,000 …read more

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By Sophia Harris Cable giants won another victory today in the legal battle over fully loaded Android TV boxes. The Federal Court of Appeal in Montreal quickly dismissed an appeal of an injunction banning defendants from selling the controversial devices. …read more

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