Billion-dollar investor Michael Lee-Chin Says Success is ‘Doing Well, By Doing Good’

We highlight the 2015 Black Enterprise Companies of the Year. We sit down with the multi-billion dollar investor Michael Lee Chin, chairman of Portland Holdings, who shares his formula for building wealth over the long-term. It's based on the philosophy of Doing Well by Doing Good. Then, we profile the former NBA player Ulysses Bridgeman who is making a slam-dunk as a fast-food Wendy's franchisee. His company Manna Inc. is 2015 B.E. Industrial Service Company of the Year. We follow that with a financial guru David Grain, CEO of Grain Management, who making it big investing inwireless technology. His firm is this year's B.E. Financial Services company of the Year. And finally, Michael Martin, CEO of The Martin Automotive Group, is showing that his dedication to develop relationships is fueling tirp-digit growth. He is this year's B.E. Auto Dealer of the Year.