10 edition of African-American Business Leaders and Entrepreneurs (A to Z of African Americans) found in the catalog.
by Facts on File
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||322|
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With key features such as key terms, people. JOHN N. INGHAM is Professor of History at the University of Toronto. His earlier books include Contemporary American Business Leaders (Greenwood, ), Biographical Dictionary of American Business Leaders (4 vols., Greenwood, ), and Making Iron and Steel: Independent Mills in Pittsburgh, ().
He is currently working on a study of African-American business in. African-American women continue to excel and shape society across industries. This book highlights several African American women entrepreneurs and leaders, recognizes them for their business acumen, examines how they creatively solved business challenges and identified opportunities to grow and sustain their s: African-American businesses, also known as Black-owned businesses or Black businesses, originated in the days of slavery before Emancipation and civil rights permitted businessmen to operate inside the American legal structure starting in the Reconstruction Era (–77) and afterwards.
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Charlene Carruthers has over 15 years of experience in racial justice, feminist, and youth leadership development work. If you are an African interested in starting a business somewhere on the continent or an emerging entrepreneur, below are six (6) of the best African business books you should read: Africa – The Ultimate Frontier Market by David Mataen The book was published in and is authored by David Mataen, an investment banker.
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Be prepared to work around the clock, to be laughed at, called. The history of business and entrepreneurship lies at the heart of the American story, but often absent from that narrative are the experiences of African Americans.
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