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

Seeking New Frontiers
13
Black business enterprises
The Afro-American Classics: an Essential Library
33
Black literature (Bibliography), Blacks in literature (Bibliography)
Further up the organization (Book Review)
40
Building a Political Base
47
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-
Campaigning for Congress
48
Black political candidates
Terms of Insurance
153
Black insurance companies
The Steady Security of Booker T. Washington
161
A. G. Gaston (American banker, insurance executive and real estate investor.), Booker T. Washington Insurance Company
Passing Down the Family Business
172
Family corporations
Taking the Brakes Off Transportation
183
Transportation (Deregulation), Blacks in transportation
Turning Chemicals Into Gold
193
Ronald E. Goldsberry, Parker Chemical

High Stakes Election
48
James L. Usry; 1922-2002, Atlantic City (N.J.) (Politics and government)
Fight for Legal Fees
50
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Lawyers (Fees), Legal aid
Famine Grips a Continent
50
Famines (Africa)
Round One to Skycaps
52
Trans World Airlines Inc, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Porters
Educating Entrepreneurs
52
Florida A & M University School of Business and Industry National Entrepreneurial Development Center
Fair Business Opportunities
54
Louisiana World Exposition (1984), Black business enterprises
Caring for Africa
54
Africare
Economic Salvation
56
Congress of National Black Churches
Bidding for the Airwaves
58
Cable television, Black
Mingo-Jones Wins Disney
58
Walt Disney Company, Mingo-Jones Advertising Inc
Surviving the New Industrial Revolution
61
Unemployment (Relief measures), Industry and state, Blacks (Employment), United States (Commercial policy)
The Sherbet That's Chic
67
Myra Evans, Gelato Modo Inc
Charity Begins at Home--and at Work
73
Charities
Henderson Industries
106
Henry F. Henderson (American manufacturing executive and state government official.); 1928-, H. F. Henderson Industries, Inc
Growth in Store for '84
119
Black banks and banking
Liberty Trust: Banking on New Orleans
127
Alden McDonald (American banker.), Liberty Bank and Trust Company
United We Stand . .
137
Black savings and loan associations
Dwelling in the House of Lavelle
145
Robert R. Lavelle, Dwelling House Savings & Loan Association
A New Direction for Economic Growth
201
Blacks (Economic conditions), Economic forecasting
How to Buy a Railroad
217
Minnesota Valley Transportation Company
These Women Mean Business
224
Sharon Poindexter, National Association of Women Business Owners
These Women Mean Business
225
Marilyn French Hubbard, National Association of Black Women Entrepreneurs
The Newest Member of the Family
235
Computers (Home use)
Career Strategies
245
Vocational guidance, Black executives, Blacks (Employment)
Added Responsibilities? How to Get the Promotion You Deserve
248
Black executives (Promotion)
The 10 Best Ways to Present Your Ideas at Business Meetings
248
Ideas in business, Business meetings
What to Do If You're on the Firing Line
250
Black executives (Dismissal)
Choosing Your Second-in-command
253
Personnel management, Black executives
Fitness: Living the Good Life
258
Blacks (Physical fitness)
Spas: a Week's Workout for Fitness--and Fun
260
Health resorts, spas, etc
The Healthy Executive's Diet
262
Black executives (Nutrition)
Be a Team Player
264
Industry (Recreation programs)
The Long Hike
266
Hiking (Arizona), Grand Canyon National Park (Ariz.)
For the Love of a Strong Backhand
270
Tennis camps, Tennis (Study and teaching)
5 Great Resorts
272
Resorts
An Elegant Wine Tasting
274
Wine tasting

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