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Money

45 Great Moments in Black Business – No. 32: Black-Owned Investment Bank Smashes Multibillion-Dollar Corporate Finance Barrier

Derek T. Dingle
John O. Utendahl, a 36-year-old Columbia University MBA and former bond trader for venerable financial giants such as Merrill Lynch and Salomon Brothers......
Entrepreneurship

45 Great Moments in Black Business – No. 36: Essence Sale Continues Debate Over Black Ownership

Black Enterprise
Essence Communications Partners sells the remaining 51% of the company that publishes the leading black women's magazine to Time Inc....
Entrepreneurship

45 Great Moments in Black Business, No. 41: The Legacy of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown

Black Enterprise
Ronald Harmon Brown was a visionary leader who made things happen. Throughout his life, he had racked up a number of groundbreaking achievements....
Men

The Business Trailblazers and Titans of Black America

Derek T. Dingle
When black enterprise published its first issue four decades ago, the era was marked by promise but not prosperity....
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I’m Proud to Be Part of the Legacy of Reginald F. Lewis

Alfred Edmond, Jr.
When Reginald F. Lewis' $985 million acquisition of Beatrice International was announced, the story would be the turning point of my fledgling career, transforming a...

No. 1: John H. Johnson, The Legend

Derek T. Dingle
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise ranks the Titans: The 40 Most Powerful African Americans in Business--and how they shaped our world. Follow...

No. 2: Robert L. Johnson, The Power Player

Derek T. Dingle
In celebration of our 40th anniversary, Black Enterprise ranks the Titans: The 40 Most Powerful African Americans in Business--and how they shaped our world. Follow...
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