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

Black Enterprise Annual Money Management Issue
11
Financial services, Blacks (Economic conditions)
Breaking Bottlenecks
19
J. Bruce Llewellyn (American grocery chain and bottling industry executive.); 1927-2010, Coca-Cola Bottling Company of New York, Inc, Blacks in the soft drink industry
Police Abuse Under Fire
20
Police brutality, New York (N.Y.) (Police, Race relations)
M&M Signs Trade Pact
20
M&M Products Company, Hair care products industry (Export-import trade), United States (Commerce, Jamaica), Jamaica (Commerce, United States)
A Surge in Infant Deaths
22
Infant mortality
Shopping the Financial Supermarkets
59
Financial services
Black Bankers Get a Piece of the Action
64
Black banks and banking
Stock Market Outlook
69
Stocks (Price forecasting)
Planning for Your Retirement
89
Retirement income
Moving On!
98
Black executives (Relocation)

Henderson Comes Aboard
24
Henry F. Henderson (American manufacturing executive and state government official.); 1928-, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey
Dissecting the Economy
24
Andrew F. Brimmer (American economist and financial consultant.); 1926-, Federal Reserve System (U.S.)
A Bank's Resurrection
24
Seaway National Bank
Supplying Demand
26
Mississippi Minority Supplier Development Council
Black History on Display
28
Louisiana World Exposition (1984), Blacks (History, Exhibitions)
Ault Shares Co. Stock
33
Ault, Inc, Public offerings (Securities)
Democratic Presidential Hopefuls
35
Presidential candidates (1984)
Blacks in the Stock Market
41
Black stockholders
House Prices and Inflation
45
Inflation (Finance), Housing (Costs)
The Federal Budget and You
48
Budget (United States), Public welfare
Federal Budget
54
Harold Ford; 1945-.
Federal Budget
56
Charles B. Rangel; 1930-.
Teaching Your Kids the Financial Facts of Life
106
Black children (Economic conditions)
Financial Whiz at Age 18
110
Samuel Salter, Continational Financial Corporation, Youth and business
Turning Tykes on to Dow Jones
112
Stocks (Price indexes and averages)
Are the Promises Being Kept?
117
Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Franchising Business Assistance
120
United States Minority Business Development Agency
Top Teacher
124
Mary Hatwood Futrell, National Education Association of the United States
A Desk for All Reasons
130
Desks
When Your Office is at Home
132
Home offices
Hang it All
134
Pictures (Hanging)
Turning Heirlooms Into Cash
137
Antiques (Valuation), Heirlooms
What You'd Like to Know about Scotch
140
Scotch whisky
Maui: a Hawaiian Adventure
153
Maui (Hawaii) (Description and travel)

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