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Three Tips to Tackle Student Loan Debt

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MADE by Jasmine Browley When a rapper’s first ever smash hit has the hook “I finished paying Sallie Mae back!,” you know it’s bad. About two-thirds of Millennials have at least one source of long-term debt, usually a student loan,…

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The Grind: Small Business Spotlights with Warren Cutz

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Barbers are hidden gems with a one of a kind entrepreneur mindset that continues to thrive in business across the nation. But when examining barbers within the millennial generation, there’s a different asset that can be identified. Not only are…

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3 Things Millennials Could Learn from Beyoncé's Massive Firings

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Earlier this week, Beyonce’ allegedly axed entire Parkwood Entertainment management team (which reportedly includes one of her cousins) in an effort to move in another direction with her new Chief Marketing Officer, Steve Pamon, who spearheaded the JPMorgan Chase sponsorship…

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3 Things Millennials Could Learn from Beyoncé’s Massive Firings

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Earlier this week, Beyonce’ allegedly axed entire Parkwood Entertainment management team (which reportedly includes one of her cousins) in an effort to move in another direction with her new Chief Marketing Officer, Steve Pamon, who spearheaded the JPMorgan Chase sponsorship…

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Impact List Awards Winners

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Congratulations to the 2016 Impact List Award Winners Presenting the Class of 2016: Six bright, game-changers and change agents across Politics, Education, Philanthropy, Religion, the Arts and Entertainment. MADE Magazine recognizes high-powered millennials who have MADE an impact in their…

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Top Millennial Entrepreneurs of 2016

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MADE by: Chelsey Little Millennials redefine the business mindset by placing self-identity and creative work development as a priority. By utilizing and valuing the importance of independence, millennials continue to embark upon a different entrepreneurial path than past generations. The following…

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