Black Enterprise

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BLACK ENTERPRISE is the ultimate source for wealth creation for African American professionals, entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Every month, BLACK ENTERPRISE delivers timely, useful information on careers, small business and personal finance.
  

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Contents

Getting back to basics
15
Black business enterprises
Leak in the pipeline
45
Willie RATCLIFFE, Black business enterprises, Blacks (Employment), Pipeline companies
Turning back the bus
45
Busing for school integration, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Education)
Rapping on the Airwaves
46
Radio broadcasting (Talk shows), Radio stations, Black
Blacklash on South Africa
46
United States (Foreign relations, South Africa)
Black-owned electronic media
103
Cable television, Black, Radio stations, Black, Television stations, Black
TV news: power is behind the camera
107
Blacks in the television industry, Television broadcasting (News)
Wallace & Wallace: the Burden of Being Number Two
130
Charles WALLACE, Wallace & Wallace Enterprises, Inc
Body Count Mounts
137
Black automobile dealers
Renewing the links at Parks
139
Henry G. Parks; 1916-1989, H. G. Parks, Inc

Architecture for people
48
Harry Simmons (Jr.), Black architectural firms
No 'safety net' for business
53
Black business enterprises (Federal aid), Budget (United States)
Technology: the future is now
58
Computers and civilization
Computer Vocabulary
61
Computers (Terminology)
Lucrative World of Hi-tech
67
Computer industry, Electronic industry, Technology (Economic aspects)
Sterling Systems, Inc
68
Robert QUINICHETT, Sterling Systems, Inc
Computer Software Analysts, Inc
70
Levi CAREY, COMPUTER Software Analysis, Inc
Bar-Pat, Inc
72
Bar-Pat, Inc
Computerizing for profit
75
Black business enterprises, Business (Computer use)
Toy of tomorrow
78
Computers (Home use)
Entrepreneurs guide to telecommunications
82
Black entrepreneurs, Telecommunication
Financiers of the Airwaves
93
MINORITY Broadcast Investment Corp, Syndicated Communications, Inc, Radio stations, Black, Small business investment companies, Television stations, Black
Go-go years are over
145
Black banks and banking, Black insurance companies, Black savings and loan associations
United National Branches Out
159
Samuel L. FOGGIE, United National Bank of Washington
New Challenge for Savings and Loans
163
Black savings and loan associations
North Carolina Mutual Out in Front and Running
167
William J. KENNEDY; 3d, North Carolina Mutual Life Ins. Co
Solar Scramble
173
Solar energy industry
Berean Savings Association Has Been Around
179
Berean Savings Association
Pioneers in technology
182
Black inventors
Will We Lose Harlem?
191
Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Renovating a brownstone requires money, expertise, and lots of perserverance
198
City houses, Restored, Harlem (New York, N.Y.), New York (N.Y.) (Housing)
African feast
203
Africa (Description and travel)
Choosing retirement benefit plans
210
Pensions
Reagan's Robin Hood Budget
233
Budget (United States), Public welfare

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