Black Enterprise magazine's top black firms earn $13.2 billion

May 1998
Jet;05/25/98, Vol. 93 Issue 26, p60
Focuses on a report published in the June 1998 issue of Black Enterprise Magazine, with the combined sales of the 100 largest black-owned industrial/service companies and the 100 largest automobile dealers. How the survey was conducted; Statements from Earl G. Graves, chairman, editor of Black Enterprise Magazine. INSET: Top black firms and their 1997 sales:....


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