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Oct182017

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In recognition of the 2017 National Minority Enterprise Development (MED) Week, MBDA will host a series of workshops and seminars focused on federal programs at the National Minority Supplier Development Council 2017 Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange in Detroit, Michigan.

Sep282017

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In 1977 two brothers from Ethiopia, Kassa and Melesse Maru, immigrated to the United States and settled in Chicago, Illinois, where they ultimately became U.S. citizens. Kassa, based on his previous commercial aviation experience at Ethiopian Airlines, began working at Aviation Systems International (ASI) and quickly became Vice President of International Marketing.

Sep192017

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More and more women of color are starting their own businesses at record numbers, particularly African-American and Hispanic women. While that’s encouraging news on the U.S. economic front, it’s no secret that many minority women still face unique challenges navigating the ins and outs of entrepreneurship.

Sep072017

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Hurricane Irma is a potentially catastrophic hurricane and will bring life-threatening wind, storm surge and rainfall to parts of the Caribbean—including Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands—as well as the Florida Keys, portions of Southern Florida and the Florida Peninsula. Irma is expected to remain a powerful hurricane through the September 9—10 weekend.

Aug312017

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Planning what to do in case of a disaster is an important part of being prepared. The IRS encourages taxpayers to safeguard their records. Some simple steps can help taxpayers and businesses protect financial and tax records. Security in Electronic Record-keeping Many people receive bank statements and documents electronically. This method allows for easy backup to ensure secure record keeping.

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