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Los Angeles, CA, United States, 2005/12/09 - Turning Point Magazine’s November/December 2005 year end issue provides an in depth look at the lack of African Americans in the video game industry, a Salute to Rosa Parks and a Business Holiday Gift Guide!
Turning Point Magazine, the most widely read small business magazine for African Americans in the United States, releases its technology themed, 2005 year end issue!
Turning Point Magazine’s November/December cover story features Baltimore’s Mario Armstrong, one of only a handful of technologists, leading an effort to recruit more African Americans into the video game industry. Written by Chris Pryer Jr., this cutting edge article describes how Mario Armstrong, along with African American entrepreneurs across the country, is providing opportunities for more African Americans to enter this thriving industry.
In this issue, Turning Point Magazine extends its heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of Rosa Parks. Turning Point Magazine published a one on one exclusive interview with Rosa Parks in 1999. Ms. Parks passed away of Natural causes on Monday October 24, 2005.
Sections in this issue include:
• STRUGGING TO RECOVER – Hurricane Katrina and Rita leave Gulf Coast Small Businesses with an unstable future.
• THE PRIDE – An Excerpt from Turning Point Columnist Wallace Ford’s New Book!
• CHOOSE YOUR WEAPONS – Winning the Cyber terrorism War.
Plus ... Turning Point Magazine is pleased to present a special HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE featuring the best of the best of gift ideas for the business professional on your list!
The November/December 2005 issue provides additional Holiday offerings, examinations on technology, community and business acumen with its professional, thought-provoking and informative regular columnists:
Dr. Walt Atkins
THE BIZ COACH
“So, Should I be a Techie?”
“The One with the Most Toys”
Atty. Anita Estell
“Is the Sky falling or Are we Just Standing on Higher Ground? Globalization and the Outsourcing of Technology Jobs”
C. Everett Wallace, ESQ
“Franchising in the Age of Technology”
Anthony Asadullah Samad
“Technology, the Information Gap and Business Growth: You Can’t Grow If You Don’t Know”
Norma Thompson Hollis
“Are You Speaking Up?”
Turning Point Magazine continues to include the departments entrepreneurs find engaging for their businesses: “Turning Point”, “Biz Notes”, “Biz Tips”, “Business Solutions”, “Money Smart”, “About Our Partners”, “Tech News”, “Book Review” ... and more.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Look for Turning Point Magazine online with the launch of its new and improved Website in 2006!
About Turning Point Magazine
Turning Point Magazine fuels the passion, drive and commitment of African American entrepreneurs. Through its pages, Turning Point informs, inspires and influences this vital segment of the American economy by providing real solutions for owners of growing companies.
Each issue of Turning Point Magazine captures the essence of entrepreneurship. In addition to providing information about key business issues, Turning Point Magazine brings resources to an eager audience of business owners, giving them tools to catapult their companies to the next level.
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