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

1986 Annual Report on Black Business
13
Black business enterprises
Where did our love go? (Book Review)
35
The evidence of things not seen (Book Review)
38
PUSH Eyes CBS Stations
47
CBS Inc, Operation PUSH, Blacks in the television broadcasting industry, Boycott, Television stations
Harvey Buys Pepsi Plant
48
William R. Harvey, PepsiCo, Inc, Blacks in the soft drink industry
Seeking an Agenda for Economic Growth
201
Blacks (Economic conditions), Economic forecasting
Magazine Monarchs
212
Black periodicals, Blacks in publishing
The Spirit of Enterprise
229
Black entrepreneurs, Black executives
Tapping the Money Pool
231
Small business (Finance)
Success Among the Suds
242
Wayman Flynn Smith (III.), Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc

Commerce and Culture
48
Uptown Theatre (Philadelphia, Pa.), Baron Development Group Inc
Blacks in Energy Meet
49
American Association of Blacks in Energy
The Price of History
49
Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
The Body Politic
50
Julia M. Carson (American congresswoman.); 1938-2007, J. Carson (Firm)
On Freedom's Road Again
50
United Church of Christ Commission for Racial Justice, Civil rights demonstrations, Alabama (Race relations)
With Style and Grace
52
Debi Thomas (American figure skater.); 1967-, Figure skating (Women, Competitions)
Parren Mitchell's Sixteen Years: a Legislative Legacy
59
Parren J. Mitchell (American congressman.); 1922-2007, Minority Business Enterprise Legal Defense and Education Fund Inc, Black business enterprises (Federal aid), Congressmen (Retirement)
Investing in Commercial Real Estate
71
Real estate investment
Biweekly Mortgages
74
Mortgages (Biweekly payment plans)
Computers Bring Quality Printing to the Office
79
Desktop publishing, House organs
Maxima
130
Joshua I. Smith (American computer industry executive.); 1941-, Maxima Corporation
Merge Or Purge?
143
Black banks and banking (Acquisitions and mergers)
Banking on Boston
150
Ronald A. Homer, Boston Bank of Commerce
Staying Thrifty, Nifty and Wise
159
Black savings and loan associations
The Rebirth of Berkley Savings
166
Berkley Federal Savings Bank
A Change of Policy
175
Black insurance companies
Premium Profits
182
Protective Industrial Insurance Company of Alabama, Inc
The Auto-crats
191
Black automobile dealers
Washington: District of Commerce
253
Marion Barry; 1936-., Washington (D.C.) (Industries, Blacks)
You, Inc
265
Incorporation
Working Behind the Scenes
269
United States Minority Business Development Agency
Going it Alone
272
M. Carl Holman, National Urban Coalition
Career Strategies
277
Vocational guidance, Black executives, Blacks (Employment)
Your PC--a Great Time-saver
278
Business (Computer use)
Memos that Do the Job
278
Memorandums
Memory Games
280
Mnemonics
Office Etiquette: the Right Response
280
Business etiquette
When Well-tuned Professionals Talk--people Listen
282
Communication in management
How to Sell Your Boss on Your Ideas
284
Ideas in business
Home, Sweet Home
290
Blacks (Housing)
Catering Magician
301
Kenneth Carter, TC Catering Service, Youth and business
Squash! An Introduction to a Classy Sport
309
Squash (Sport)
Portrait of the Squasher as a Young Man
311
Roland Lafontant
Walking Along Boston's Black Heritage Trails
313
Boston (Mass.) (Blacks, History, Historic houses, sites, etc)
Grape Without a Country
316
Wine industry (France)

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