Questlove is taking his popcorn business Sneakies nationwide.
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Coach K and CEO P will mentor inmates and turn them into entrepreneurs.
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Mieka Joi explains the circumstances that led to her career in fashion.
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A new study shows how fast your favorite hip-hop at earns the average U.S. salary.
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Jesse Kay of The Nue Agency checks in to drop off a business plan that will work for all sized brands.
KRS-One was a recent lecturer at Kingston College, when he broke down to the Global business of Hip-Hop.
AXE is known for producing body sprays, but now they hope to put out hit records.
Florida A&M recently unveiled a brand-spanking-new website for their law students.
Diggy Simmons comes from a rich, wealth family. Now he is giving out some advice on how to be a successful brand or business.
Tidal and MTN Uganda are organizing an exclusive Collaboration Conference in Uganda.
Landrie Hatcher is putting his Public Relations degree to work for him in Hollywood.
Lil Flip just did a deal that will produce his own contactless payment device.
Gangsta rap pioneer Ice-T and his longtime partner Mr. X launched an Electronic Dance Music record label. Check out what the legend is up to.
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Mona Scott-Young is one of the most powerful people in all of media. Now she's launching a direct-to-consumer platform to tap into the power of her base.
Hip-Hop culture will have the spotlight during an upcoming conference for teachers in Philadelphia.
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Strayer University has tapped legendary rap star Queen Latifah to teach students everything they need to know about the real world.
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Music industry executive Brian Garrett of Future Star Music Group checks in with CollegeHipHop.com to shed light on the streaming business.