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

Careers and Business Opportunities 1994
11
Blacks (Employment, Occupations)
Will the Top Slot at JPC Stay Black?
23
Joan B. Johnson, Johnson Products Company, Inc, Ivax Corp
The Color of Money
28
America's Fund (Organization)
Teaming Up Against Urban Poverty
32
Committee for Economic Development, Community development, Business (Social aspects), Inner cities, Urban economics
Work: It's a Killer
34
Industrial accidents, Workplace crimes
Boost Your Skills
101
Black executives (Training)
Opportunity Knocks--but for Whom?
118
Black interior designers
When People are the Bottom Line
131
Blacks in personnel management
How Do We Score in the Front Office?
144
Sports teams (Organization and administration), Discrimination in sports
The Black Enterprise Executive Recruiter Directory
153
Black executive search consultants

Making the Most of NAFTA.
39
North American Free Trade Agreement, Black business enterprises (Export-import trade)
High-performance Laptops
46
Notebook computers (Rating)
Buying Stock on the Cheap
51
Stockbrokers (Commissions), Dividend reinvestment
Should You Take a Chance on a New Fund?
54
Mutual funds
"A Family Affair".
64
David Wooldridge (Jr.), David Wooldridge (Sr.), Motorola, Inc
Downsizing Trounces Diversity: 1994
69
Blacks (Employment), Corporations (Downsizing)
Reinvent Yourself!
92
Christina Dunbar, Deloris McClam Cross, Geoffrey Macon, Charles Murphy, Blacks (Occupations), Vocational guidance, Occupational mobility
No More Fear
164
Fear of flying
How to Pitch to Corporate America
168
Contracts, Industrial suppliers, Black business enterprises, Industrial purchasing
Hot Kidpreneur Programs that are Making a Difference
177
Youth and business, Black entrepreneurs (Training)
Investment Tools for Busy Professionals
205
Black professionals (Economic conditions), Investments
A Literary Sojourn
213
Zora Neale Hurston Festival for the Arts and Humanities
Success at work (Book Review)
217
Cognac and Armagnac
224
Cognac, Armagnac (Brandy)

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