Lyneka Little

Lyneka Little

Is a freelance writer in New York. She's written about personal finance and small business for such publications as The Wall Street Journal, MainStreet.com, Walletpop.com, People magazine. She also works as a freelance producer covering money at ABCNews.com. Little attended Howard University where she studied journalism. She loves drinking wine and tweeting, preferably at the same time. Follow Little on Twitter @Lyneka.

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Starting a Business

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Finance

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Technology

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Growth Strategies

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Microsoft Sells Google-Bashing Mugs, T-Shirts on its Website
Technology

Microsoft Sells Google-Bashing Mugs, T-Shirts on its Website

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Technology

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Growth Strategies

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Technology

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Growth Strategies

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Marketing

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Technology

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Technology

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Marketing

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Technology

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Entrepreneurs

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