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Black Enterprise magazine revamps site

Black Enterprise magazine, a publication geared toward African-American businesses, says it has relaunched its Web site, featuring material from YellowBrix, a provider of customized content for Web sites. The updated site includes news in more than 150 categories such as finance, technology and law. Black Enterprise magazine also said the new version of its site includes a personalization feature--powered by YellowBrix--that enables people to create a personal portfolio of selected news and market information. Since 1970, Black Enterprise magazine has provided African-Americans with business information such as careers, financial management and entrepreneurship. The magazine, which is published by Earl G. Graves Publishing, launched its Web site five years ago. Alexandria, Va.-based YellowBrix offers technology to analyze information and the most relevant data for its customers. In June, YellowBrix signed a deal to acquire iSyndicate, a San Francisco-based company that delivers content to affiliated Web sites.

    Black Enterprise magazine, a publication geared toward African-American businesses, says it has relaunched its Web site, featuring material from YellowBrix, a provider of customized content for Web sites. The updated site includes news in more than 150 categories such as finance, technology and law. Black Enterprise magazine also said the new version of its site includes a personalization feature--powered by YellowBrix--that enables people to create a personal portfolio of selected news and market information.

    Since 1970, Black Enterprise magazine has provided African-Americans with business information such as careers, financial management and entrepreneurship. The magazine, which is published by Earl G. Graves Publishing, launched its Web site five years ago. Alexandria, Va.-based YellowBrix offers technology to analyze information and the most relevant data for its customers. In June, YellowBrix signed a deal to acquire iSyndicate, a San Francisco-based company that delivers content to affiliated Web sites.