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

Making a Resolution to Gain Equality
9
Blacks (Civil rights)
Out of Africa
15
Apartheid, Sanctions (International law), United States (Commerce, South Africa), South Africa (Commerce, United States)
Wharton to Head Fund
16
Clifton R. Wharton (American college president and pension plan administrator.), TIAA-CREF (Organization)
Secession Move Defeated
16
Mandela (Mass.), Boston (Mass.) (Blacks)
Seaga Under Pressure
17
Edward P. G. Seaga, Jamaica (Politics and government)
Videos that Teach Computer Basics
24
Video recordings (Educational use), Computers (Study and teaching, Aids and devices)
Maintaining a Good Credit Record
25
Credit (Rating)
Money Moves for a Financially Healthier 1987
26
Blacks (Economic conditions), Retirement planning
Two for a Fresh Start
31
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Finding a Prescription for Black Wealth
38
Wealth, Blacks (Economic conditions), Economic forecasting

Third World Nations Meet
17
Nonalignment (Conferences)
Cable for Motor City
18
Don Barden (American real estate developer and broadcasting executive.); 1943-2011, Barden Cablevision
The Battle of the Curls
18
Revlon Inc, American Health and Beauty Aids Institute, Black consumers, Hair care products (Marketing)
The Move to Reform Welfare
21
Public welfare
Venturing Out on Your Own
49
Black entrepreneurs
Getting Organized for 1987
54
Black executives, Organization, Time management
The Good Life in St. Maarten and St. Eustatius
67
Saint Martin (Description and travel), Saint Eustatius (Netherlands Antilles) (Description and travel)

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