April 2013

Unleashing Entrepreneurial Opportunity: How Minority and Rural Businesses Can Foster Innovation and Economic Growth

April 8, 2013

Tweet As the financial crisis tanked the world economy, entrepreneurship was the life raft that policymakers hoped would lead to economic recovery.  While the nation recovers, the ingenuity and promise of the nation’s minority and rural business sectors can help spur innovation through immense human capital and broadband-based technologies. The Obama Administration has charted a […]

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Women Can Manage The FCC – And Anything Else We Set Our Minds To Do

April 7, 2013

Tweet It seemed to be a milestone.  After 99 years, at last a Latina – Commissioner Edith Ramirez – has been chosen to chair the Federal Trade Commission.  Edith has demonstrated her ability to implement policies that deliver consumer protection in a manner that also facilitates innovation and investment.  Right choice, Mr. President! Yet during […]

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Commissioner McDowell to Join FCC Women and MMTC As We Celebrate Women’s History April 10th

April 4, 2013

Tweet FCC Commissioner Robert McDowell to Join Commissioners Jessica Rosenworcel, Mignon Clyburn, and Others at April 10th Celebration Washington, DC (April 4, 2013): The Minority Media and Telecommunications Council is proud to celebrate women’s history with many phenomenal FCC women leaders, just one week away. We are pleased to announce that Commissioner Robert McDowell will also […]

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