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Our exclusive list of the most powerful guardians of shareholder value
We created our exclusive BLACK ENTERPRISE Registry of Corporate Directors to place a spotlight on…
By Derek T. Dingle
September 5, 2013
Tags: Alliance for Board Diversity, Ariel Investments, Arnold Donald, Black Corporate Directors, Black Corporate Directors Conference, Black Enterprise registry of Corporate Directors, BlackCorporateDirectors, Bruce S. Gordon, Carnival Corp., CBS, Charkes Tribbett III, Clarence Otis, Cleve Killingsworth Jr., Darden Restaurants, Derica Rice, Executive Leadership Council, Heidrick & Struggles, Howard Schultz, Hugh B. Price, John W. Rogers Jr., Metlife, Richard D. Parsons, Robin Washington, Ronald C. Parker, Rooney Rule, Russell Reynolds Associates, S&P 500, Starbucks, Target, Time Warner Cable, Verizon Communications, William P. Lauder
Even though more than 65% of NFL players are Black, currently only three head coaches and five general managers are African American.
Owners of the 32 NFL franchises have essentially disregarded the Rooney Rule – the decade-old…
By Earl "Butch" Graves Jr.
Black Enterprise teams with Walmart to help African Americans gain an edge in today's tech-driven, global job market
Our 20/20 Vision Forum: Job Creation and Career Opportunities in the Next Economy, one of…
By Derek T. Dingle
October 26, 2011
Tags: 20/20 Vision Forum, Alicia Villarreal, American Jobs Act, Arnold Donald, Bishop Noel Jones, Blair Taylor, China, Crenshaw High School, Executive Leadership Council, Hajj Flemings, Hilda Solis, job creation, Johann Schleier-Smith, Los Angeles Urban League, Magnus Greaves, Michael Mandelbaum, Minority Angel Network, President Obama, RLJ Rule, Robert Johnson, Rooney Rule, Tagged, Tavis Smiley, TheCashFlow, Thomas L. Friedman, Timothy A. Reese, UNCF, Unemployment, Walmart