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

A Roundup of Notable Titles
21
Books as gifts, Black literature (Bibliography)
The Day the Market Crashed
29
Stock market crash, 1987
Business Leaders Urge More Aid for Poor Kids
30
Blacks (Education), Business and education, Socially handicapped children (Education)
Black Toys Make Inroads
32
International Black Toy Manufacturers Association
Black Coaches Remain Scarce in College Ranks
34
Black college coaches, Discrimination in sports
Business Takes an Active Role in Education
53
Business and education
Black Philanthropy
55
Blacks (Charitable contributions)
Can Roy Roberts Rebuild the GM Machine?
57
Roy S. Roberts (American investment manager), General Motors Corp, Blacks in the automobile industry
Making it on Main Street
66
Blacks in retail trade
Charity Begins with a Budget
77
Blacks (Charitable contributions)

Car Slide Hits Black Dealers
36
Black automobile dealers
Desperately Seeking Defense Contracts
43
United States Dept. of Defense (Contracts and procurement), Government contracts, Black business enterprises (Federal aid)
Counting the True Cost of Credit Cards
47
Credit cards (Interest (Economics))
Desktop Publishing: One Solution to Your Printing Needs
51
Desktop publishing
Reaping High Returns from Social Investments
86
Investments (Social aspects), Corporate social responsibility, Corporations (Charitable contributions)
Jamaicans Fuel a Skyrocketing Market
93
Joyce Woodham, Jamaica Stock Exchange
Discover an African Oasis . . . in Washington
99
National Museum of African Art (U.S.)
Creating a Lavish Holiday Party
106
Alcoholic beverages, Christmas entertaining

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