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

Royalties 'R' Us
39
Nickolas Ashford (American singer and songwriter); 1942- (Securities), Valerie Simpson (American singer and songwriter); 1946- (Securities), Asset-backed financing, Entertainers (Securities), Royalties
A Strong Bond
40
GTE California Incorporated (Securities), Black investment banking
In with the Big Boys: Aetna Adds Chapman to Investment Grab Bag
42
Nathan Chapman, Aetna Inc, DEM Equity Fund
Smoke and Mirrors: Clinton Announcement of $6.5 Billion Mortgage Discrimination Settlement in Dispute
44
United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development, Columbia National Mortgage Corporation, Discrimination in mortgages
Where Credit is Due
46
Black credit unions
The Loaded Sticker Price
131
Automobiles (Export-import trade), Black automobile dealers
B.E. Auto Dealer 100
141
Black automobile dealers
Bigger is Better
150
Tony March (American automobile dealer.), Ernest Hodge, March\Hodge Holding Company
The New Blood
161
Eric G. Johnson, Robert Holland (Jr., ice cream executive.), Cathy Hughes (American radio executive.); 1947-, Radio One Inc, WorkPlace Integrators (Firm), Baldwin Richardson Foods Company
Dogfight on Madison Avenue
171
Black advertising agencies

There's No Place Like Home
51
Home-based business
Recovering Losses
52
Alvin D. Rice, D & R Recovery Inc
A Zesty Pursuit
52
Patrick M. Steptoe, Luther Dryers Gourmet Lemonade Inc
Wedding Bells Ring Up Big Business
56
Blacks in the wedding supplies and services industry
Expanding Business Horizons
58
Leonard Paige, Paige's Security Services Inc (Acquisitions and mergers), Quattro Protective Services (Firm) (Acquisitions and mergers), Investments, American (South Africa), Security systems industry (Acquisitions and mergers, International aspects)
Is Telecommuting Right for You?
61
Telecommuting
It's a Family Affair
62
BlackFamilies.com (Web site)
Save Real Dollars with a Virtual Network
64
Virtual private networks (Telecommunications)
Information Age Griots
65
Electronic newsletters, Blacks (Internet use)
Blame it on Rio
66
MP3 players (Rating)
The Dow Tops 10,000
69
Stocks (Price indexes and averages)
Scavenger Hunt
70
Dawn Alston Paige (American investment manager.), Loomis Sayles Midcap Value Fund, Value investing, Stocks (Price forecasting)
Standing on Shaky Ground
72
Isaac Green (American investment adviser.), Loomis, Sayles & Co. Inc, Stocks (Price forecasting)
Evaluating Annual Reports
74
Corporation reports
School Daze
76
Kimberly Felder, Independent Sisters Investing and Saving (Investment club), Black teachers (Pensions)
It Takes Money to Make Money
80
Foreign exchange futures
Mind Your Manners
84
Business meetings, Business etiquette
A Piping Hot Career
88
Cuba Wadlington, Transco Energy Co
New Power Generation: 1999 B.E. 100s
96
Black business enterprises
On Top of the World
118
David L. Steward (American information technology executive.), World Wide Technology Inc
B.E. Advertising Agencies
177
Black advertising agencies
Not Just on Ol' Boys Club
180
Carol H. Williams, Carol H. Williams Advertising (Firm)
No Longer Business as Usual
193
Black investment banking
B.E. Financial 50: Investment Banks
202
Black investment banking
Turf War
205
Black banks and banking
B.E. Banks
212
Black banks and banking, Black savings and loan associations
Seeking a New Policy for Growth
215
Black insurance companies
B.E. Insurance Companies
220
Black insurance companies
Strength in Numbers
222
Christopher Williams (American investment manager.), Williams Capital Group LP
Money Talks
232
Al Sharpton (American clergyman and political activist.); 1954-, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, National Action Network (Organization), Black consumers, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Tech Boom in the Beltway
243
Information technology (Economic aspects), Location in business and industry, Blacks in the computer industry, Capital Beltway, Washington (D.C.) (Industries)
Degrees of Excellence
250
Black entrepreneurs (Training)
You've Got it Made! The B.E. Guide to Getting Your Invention to Market
259
Black inventors, Copyright, Patents, Trademarks
Presto Change-o!
269
Vocational guidance, Occupational mobility, Blacks (Occupations)
Making the Best Mid-year Tax Moves
275
Income tax, Self employed (Taxation)
What it Takes to be a Landlord
285
Landlord and tenant, Real estate investment
Protecting Your Parents' Finances
293
Aged (Economic conditions, Family relationships), Black aged
Three No-fix Mistakes
334
Selling
Don't Get Taken for a Ride
337
Automobiles, Used (Purchasing)

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