Tag Archives: business

  • Rinkins Report: Robert Lemon’s Three Tips to Maximize Your Time

    Apr 28, 15 by Zach Rinkins, The Rinkins Report Leave a comment


    *According to a recent Salary.com study, nearly 69-percent of all respondents said they waste at least some time at work on a daily basis. Robert Lemon is a noted author, motivational speaker, and consultant is committed to helping people and companies accomplish their goals and maximize their potential. He says most people don’t accomplish their […]

  • 4 Business Lessons Inspired by Dr. Dre

    Nov 7, 14 by Daniel T 3 Comments


    *An African-American hip-hop mogul, Andre Romelle Young, or Dr. Dre, has built much more than credibility in the music industry. Along with Jimmy Iovine, he created Beats Electronics, a business that is now worth more than a billion dollars and controls 70 percent of the headphones market, according to Inc. If you also want to […]

  • Rinkins Report: Meet Florida’s Oldest Black Chamber’s New President

    Aug 18, 14 by RinkinsReport Leave a comment


    *As the newly minted president and CEO of the Miami-Dade Chamber of Commerce (M-DCC), G. Eric Knowles sits in a seat only four others have occupied. The organization has a 40-year history of advocacy and enterprise, yet the new leader’s mandate remains the same: advancing the business vitality of Black-owned businesses in Miami-Dade County. “It […]

  • Mark Zuckerberg May Become ‘World’s Richest Person’ Thanks to You!

    Aug 10, 14 by Brainuser1 Leave a comment


    *Let’s hope you don’t have a problem with social media mogul Mark Zuckerberg, after all, according to an article in the Huffington Post, you’re helping make him the ‘World’s Richest Person.’ With a surge in Facebook’s stock on Thursday  to $76 a share from $71, the net worth of the chairman and CEO of Facebook […]

  • Oprah Winfrey is Looking for Interns to Work at OWN

    Aug 9, 14 by Deron Dalton 5 Comments


    *Oprah Winfrey and her network OWN are looking for interns — undergraduates and graduate students. The program will last for 10 weeks and not only will it be a college-learning experience, the internships are paid. Typical internship requirements imply to this job. This includes completing at least the sophomore year in college and maintaining a […]

  • Rinkins Report: Business Woman Finds Passion and Purpose at First Swing

    Jun 10, 14 by RinkinsReport Leave a comment


    *Nearly 20 years ago, Paula Pearson-Tucker was a high-achieving stock broker schmoozing and rubbing elbows with prospects and clients at a sales conference in Tuscan, Arizona. The 14-year financial professional was earning a great salary and enjoyed many of the accoutrements that accompany success. Then, out of nowhere, it happened. “I was forced to play […]