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Q1: Black women are the fastest-growing entrepreneur group in the country. Can you explain how this happened and what it means for the near future?

Q2: How will strengthening the entrepreneurial experience, especially in BIPOC communities, contribute to less violence and a more significant closure of the wealth gap?

Q3: What are the 5 things you learned growing up in the Frank Family business that are 100% solid truths for every business?

Q4: What best advice can you give entrepreneurs who want to go into business with family or friends?

Q5: How has real estate investing stood the test of time when it comes to investing and generating legacy wealth?

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SEATTLE COUNCIL OK'S DE FACTO BAN ON EVICTIONS UNTIL AT LEAST MARCH 2021

The Seattle City Council on Monday unanimously approved an ordinance that makes it nearly impossible to evict renters for six months after Mayor Jenny Durkan's Covid-19 civil emergency expires.

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WHEN RENT IS DUE, LANDLORDS AND TENANTS BOTH WORRY NOW

During the pandemic, it’s not just renters who are having trouble paying the bills. Landlords are stressed too. And with a ban on evictions, they’ve lost a degree of control over their own finances.

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IT'S TIME FOR SEATTLE TO GIVE BACK TO JAZZ ICON

THE MORTGAGE and housing market crisis has ensnared a lot of household names across the nation. Now we can add a Seattle music icon to the list.

Jazz vocalist great Ernestine Anderson, who lives in the Central District, is in danger of losing her home, which is in foreclosure proceedings.

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