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

Small Businesses Dissatisfied with SBA.
29
United States Small Business Administration, Government contracts, Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Top Investment Banker Convicted: McClendon Found Guilty of Mail Fraud
30
Raymond J. McClendon, Pryor, McClendon, Counts & Co. Inc, Investment banking (Ethical aspects), Mail fraud
Can't Save the Farm: Legal Relief Arrives Too Late to Harvest Benefits for Black Farmers
34
United States Dept. of Agriculture, Black farmers
Middle of the Road: Midcap Growth Funds Continue Their Drive for Top Performance
44
Mutual funds (Rate of return)
Valuable Goods
46
Stocks (Price forecasting)
Producing Excellence
80
John D. Carter; 1946-., Web sites (Design, Maintenance)
Whipping Up a Great Meeting
82
Business meetings
Where Do You Go from Here?
87
Blacks (Economic conditions), Personal finance, Wealth
The New King of Pop
94
Antonio Reid, Arista Records (Firm)
Fade to Black
107
Blacks in motion pictures, Black motion picture directors, Motion picture industry (Finance)

Small Caps Gain Affection: Once Unwanted, John Rogers' Picks Were Wooed by Investors
48
John Rogers (Jr.), Small capitalization stocks (Rate of return)
Community Investing Online
52
Investment clubs (Internet use), Investments (Internet resources)
Strategic Mission: Military Veteran Navigates a Financially Sound Retirement Game Plan
54
Dillard Delts (Personal finance), Retirement income
The Price is Right
56
Stock index options
Where Do I E-sign?
61
Digital signatures
Relaxing Their Way to Profits
62
Debra Townes, Day spas, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Stores)
Keeping it All in the Family
66
Family corporations, Children of executives, Executives (Succession)
Changing Hats
71
Tim Cobb; 1964-., Edaflow Corporation, Blacks in the clothing industry
The Promised Bandwidth
74
Bandwidth (Telecommunication), Cable modems, Digital subscriber lines, Broadband communication systems (Forecasting)
Buying Stocks in a Slowing Economy
117
Black stockholders, Stocks, Investments
Year-end Tax Tips
125
Tax planning
Black Dotcom Shakeup
134
Black Internet companies (Finance), Blacks (Internet use)
Making Sense of Stocks
147
Stocks, Black stockholders
Burned Down to the Wick?
165
Burnout (Psychology)
When Diamonds Aren't Forever: Here are Tips for Auctioning Off Your Gems
169
Gems (Prices), Jewelry auctions, Diamonds (Prices)
Eateries Team Up for Clout
170
Los Angeles Black Restaurant Association
Java Anyone? A Roundup of Black-owned Coffeehouses
178
Coffee houses

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