As part of our BE Registry of Corporate Directors, BlackEnterprise.com reveals African American board chairmen…
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African-American business leaders across the nation
What makes the departure of Clarence Otis as CEO of Darden Restaurants so significant is…
By Derek T. Dingle
July 31, 2014
Tags: American Express, Arnold Donald, BE 100s, Carnival Corp. Roger Ferguson Jr., Clarence Otis Jr., corporate America, Darden Restaurants, Don Thompson, financial services industry, food industry, Kenneth Frazier, Kenneth I. Chenault, McDonald's Corp., Merck, Month of the Man, senior professionals, TIAA-CREF, Ursuala Burns, women professionals, Xerox Corp.
Businesswomen, media mavens, and political powerhouses who are leaving their mark on history in their own way
Black Enterprise’s 6th annual Women of Power Summit is fast approaching, kicking off in two…
By Janel Martinez
February 7, 2011
Tags: 75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America, BE Next, Bethann Hardison, Bishop Barbara C. Harris, Black Enterprise, Christina Norman, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, Dr. Brenda Wade, ESPN, For Colored Girls, General Electric, Heartline Productions, Kimberly Stone, MTV, Naomi Campbell, NBC Universal, Ntozake Shange, OWN, Paula Madison, Stage Steele, Top 10 at 10, Tyler Perry, Tyson Beckford, Ursula Burns, VH1, Women of Power Legacy Award, Xerox Corp.
Follow the Black Enterprise 40th Anniversary countdown of the most impactful black business leaders of the past 40 years
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise ranks the Titans: The 40 Most Powerful…
By Derek T. Dingle
August 25, 2010
Tags: 75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America, B.E. Titans, black business history, black business leaders, Black Enterprise 40th Anniversary, Black Enterprise Titans, black leadership, black women executives, business leaders, Top Women in Business, Ursula Burns, Women CEOs, Women in business, Women of Power, Xerox, Xerox Corp.