Black Billionaire Robert F. Smith, Just Made Another $3 Billion with Sell to Adobe | Black Enterprise Vista Equity, the private equity firm launched by black billionaire and engineer Robert F. Smith, announced it is selling a cloud-service company it purchased in 2016, Marketo, to Adobe, for $4.7 billion.

Vista Equity, the private equity firm launched by black billionaire and engineer Robert F. Smith, announced it is selling a cloud-service company it purchased in 2016, Marketo, to Adobe, for $4.7 billion.

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Terrie Williams Closing PR Agency | The Washington Informer

Facebook0Twitter0MailWI Web Staff The Washington Informer Terrie M. Williams, one of the country’s premier public relations professionals whose firm has represented some of the biggest names in entertainment, sports and business, has announced the company that bears her name will close this month. After 40 years of being in the public eye, Williams said she […]

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How One Black Beauty Entrepreneur Creates a Wellness Space for Women | The Network Journal W.In, is “a beauty and wellness investment company that is passionate about inspiring and empowering women to infuse self-care into their daily lives.”

W.In, is “a beauty and wellness investment company that is passionate about inspiring and empowering women to infuse self-care into their daily lives.”

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How One Woman Has Created the Ultimate Retreat For All Overworked Professionals | The Network Journal Everyone needs a getaway. A retreat from the world. But Kwayera Archer has created a retreat with a twist. This year, the Jamaican repatriate and former Brooklyn, N.Y., resident has launched a multi-city retreat series.

Everyone needs a getaway. A retreat from the world. But Kwayera Archer has created a retreat with a twist. This year, the Jamaican repatriate and former Brooklyn, N.Y., resident has launched a multi-city retreat series.

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[1997] A Scoundrel or a Scapegoat? | The New York Times Mr. Jett, who described himself as opposed to racial preferences just as his father had been, said the trading desk was the meritocracy he desired.

Mr. Jett, who described himself as opposed to racial preferences just as his father had been, said the trading desk was the meritocracy he desired.

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