The HoneyPot founder Beatrice Dixon and Sweeten CEO Jean Brownhill offer advice for entrepreneurs struggling to determine the best course of action during the COVID-19 crisis.
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News & Politics editor Tanya A. Christian reacts to the recent backlash that Honey Pot owner Bea Dixon received for a Black History Month Target ad.
"I'm here for that story and that's why I said it."