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

Will DC Air Fly?
21
Robert Louis Johnson (American television and basketball executive.), DC Air (Firm)
Coca-Cola Offers Billion-dollar Diversity Plans
24
Coca-Cola Company, Blacks in the soft drink industry, Workplace diversity
A New Appetite for Bonds
35
Treasury bills and notes, Bonds (Yields)
Masters of Their Domain
36
Stocks (Price forecasting)
Tips for Avoiding Tax Troubles
41
Small business (Taxation), Independent contractors (Taxation)
Spike Lee on Expanding Our Business Horizons
114
Black entrepreneurs
David Steward on Incorporating Spirituality Into Your Company Culture
116
Spirituality, Religion in the workplace
Terrie Williams on Forming Strategic Alliances
118
Strategic alliances, Black business enterprises
The Revolution Will Not be Televised
123
Information technology (Economic aspects), Computers and blacks, Blacks (Internet use)
Kim Folsom on Implementing Technology in Small Business
126
Technology, Small business (Internet use)

The Power of a New Dimension
42
Holman Technology Inc
Putting a New Face on Outdoor Ads: StarCast Brings Interactive Videos to Idle Shoppers and Commuters
45
StarCast Corp, Interactive advertising, Interactive video
Congregate on Company Time
50
Blacks (Employment), Networking, Black employee associations
Making an Investment in Black Business
52
Investments, Black stockholders, Black business enterprises, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Black Enterprise Financial Fitness Contest Winner #8: Brenda Wilkinson
58
Brenda Wilkinson, Black enterprise (Periodical), Black women (Economic conditions)
Why Black Enterprise?
62
Black enterprise (Periodical)
The 10 Most Important Black Business Luminaries
71
Black entrepreneurs (History), Black executives
30 Things You Must Do to Gain Empowerment Now
81
Wealth, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Strength in Numbers
85
Blacks (Political activities, Economic conditions), Minorities, Population forecasting
Rev. Al Sharpton on Activism in the 21st Century
88
Blacks (Political activities), Community organization
George Herrera on the "browning" of America
90
Minorities (Political activities), Hispanic Americans and blacks
Randal Pinkett on Building Institutions
92
Social institutions, Blacks (Social conditions)
The Path to Future Financial Empowerment
101
Wealth, Investments, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Busta Rhymes on Money Management, Gen X Style
104
Generation X (Economic conditions), Investments
C. Kim Goodwin on Investing and Taking Risk to Build Wealth
106
Blacks (Economic conditions), Wealth, Investments
Jesse Jackson on Building Wealth
108
Blacks (Economic conditions), Wealth
Dawn of a New Era: Black Businesses Must Develop a Financial Plan to Remain Viable in the New Century
111
Black business enterprises, Business planning
Magic Johnson on E-business
128
Electronic commerce, Black entrepreneurs
Al Zollar on Preparing the Next Tech-savvy Generation
130
Blacks (Education), Education (Computer use), Computers and blacks
The Way to Work
133
Vocational guidance, Black professionals, Blacks (Employment)
Tavis Smiley on Branding Yourself
136
Job hunting, Blacks (Employment), Vocational guidance
Shawn Buchanan on Intergenerational Management
138
Personnel management
Star Jones on Reinventing Yourself
140
Vocational guidance, Blacks (Employment)
Make the Consumer Savvy Connection
143
Blacks (Economic conditions), Black consumers
Harriette Cole on Seamless Style in the New Economy
146
Clothing and dress (Businesswomen)
Gail Snowden on Banking Changes and the Consumer
148
Banks and banking
Charlie Ward on Saving Your Money
150
Saving and savings, Blacks (Economic conditions)
The Reader is Always Right
152
Black enterprise (Periodical), Blacks (Attitudes, Economic conditions)
Where are They Now?
163
Black entrepreneurs
Where We Must Go from Here
175
Black enterprise (Periodical), Blacks (Economic conditions)
30 for the Next 30
179
Black executives, Black business enterprises
Generation X-ceptional
193
Generation X (Attitudes), Black professionals (Attitudes), Blacks (Economic conditions)
Ready for Your Close-up?
213
Face (Care)
Travel Insurance Insight
217
Insurance, Travel

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