McElligott talks stall; partners may bolt
- CSI in SA experiencing a revolution. // Finance Week;7/14/2003, p52
Focuses on the companies that are powered for the human economy in South Africa. Mvelaphanda; First National Bank.
- Big wheel at Rollerblade. // Advertising Age;8/3/92, Vol. 63 Issue 31, p25
Announces that Noel S. Shadko has been named to the new post of vice president-marketing and strategic planning at Rollerblade Inc. Michael H. Weingarten was named vice president-operations; Other people moving such as Rhea Skilken.
- Why companies should be concerned about corporate compliance. Romrell, Randall L. // Business Credit;Mar1997, Vol. 99 Issue 3, p9
Presents information on companies' adoption of corporate compliance programs. Objective of such programs; Three factors which make such programs imperative; Details on the Federal Organizational Sentencing Guidelines, one of these factors; What the Guidelines mandate; Reference to the vicarious...
- Benefits consultants jump on consolidation bandwagon. Geisel, Jerry // Business Insurance;12/22/97, Vol. 31 Issue 52, p25
Focuses on the effect of acquisitions and mergers on employee benefit consulting business in the United States in 1997. Information on mergers or acquisitions during the first three months of 1997; Impact of the mergers and acquisitions on clients.
- Top 100 Black businesses. // Black Enterprise;Jun84, Vol. 14 Issue 11, p82
For the first time in the 12-year history of this poll, Motown has slipped to No. 2; Johnson Publishing is now No. 1. To be eligible in this poll, a company must have been fully operational in the previous calendar year and be at least 51% Black owned.
- Small Black-owned businesses can lure talent. // Black Enterprise;Jul85, Vol. 15 Issue 12, p57
During his four years at Freedom National's Harlem-based bank, Ronald Homer doubled its assets to $100 million. He went on to Black-owned Boston Bank of Commerce, and in less than two years assets increased by almost $6 million. Homer is proof that smaller Black concerns can lure top talent.
- The economic future is precarious for black Americans. // Black Enterprise;Jan1986, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p50
With unemployment double the national average and black business growth stagnant, black Americans will need to maintain their economic balance or risk the fate of slipping during the next year.
- Top 100 black businesses. // Black Enterprise;Jun86, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p91
All in all, it was a good year for the companies on the Black Enterprise List of the top 100 black businesses. During a period of mild growth for the rest of the economy, the black leaders came in with a solid collective growth rate of 14.8% easily outstripping the 1985 GNP rate of 3.2% and the...
- Report on black business. // Black Enterprise;Jun87, Vol. 17 Issue 11, p111
Black Enterprise's list of 100 top businesses. To be eligible, a company must have been fully operational in the previous calendar year and be at least 51 percent black owned. It must make or own the product it sells, or provide industrial or consumer services. Strength of the list rests on...