Black Enterprise Titans of the B.E. 100s: Black CEOs Who Redefined and Conquered American Business

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INDEX
Adidas, 82–83
Aerosmith, 83
Affirmative action, 70–71, 111, 170
African Continental Communications, Ltd. (ACTEL), 210
Allen, Herb, 34
Allen, Ivan, Jr., 164
Amalgamated Publishers, 98
American Association of Advertising Agencies (AAAA), 100, 103
America's Black Forum (ABF), 108, 114
Amistad Electronics, 204
Andrews, Charles, 209
Apollo Theatre, 206–207, 210
Apollo Theatre Foundation, 210
Archer, Dennis, 133, 227
Ashurst-Watson, Carmen, 88
Avant, Clarence, 86
Avon, 107–108
Bailey, Jeff, 187
Baltimore Afro-American, 18
Bank the People Built, 146
Barden, Bernie, 229
Barden, Don H., see Barden Companies, Inc.; Barden International; NovaNET Learning, Inc.
academic background, 217
accomplishments, generally, 215–216
acquisitions, 229–230
cable television pursuits, 221–224
childhood, 217
diversification, 220
employment history, 217, 220
Majestic Star Hotel and Casino, 216
management style, 216
partnerships, 224, 227–228
personal profile, 214
politics and, 229
public relations firm, 218
real estate deals, 218–221
record shop, 218
risk-taking, 220
Waycor Development, Inc., 225
Barden Cablevision, 225
Barden Companies, Inc. (BCI), 215, 221–230
Barden International, 215
Barnes, Thomas, 226
Barry, Marion, Jr., 36
Beastie Boys, 81, 83
Beatty, Warren, 76
Beauty Star, 15, 21, 25
Bell, Al, 102–103
Bellamy, Bill, 85
Bennet, Al, 131
BET Holdings, Inc., 29–31, 34, 36–45, 47–49
BET Movies/Starz 3, 46
BET Soundstage Club, 32–33, 46, 48–49
Bing, Dave, 133
Bing Manufacturing, Inc., 133

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