Vol. 25 Nbr. 10, May 1995
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- 25 years to a new South Africa.
- A martyr's wife steps forward: can Myrlie Evers-Williams restore the NAACP's credibility?
- B. E. Caribbean travel guide.
- Banking on a New Orleans' tradition: a group of Black investors has purchased one of Crescent City's oldest banks.
- Can a new frontier boost your career?
- Chips off the new block: Intel's Pentium is challenged by AMD, NexGen and Cyrix.
- Culture hits the Internet.
- Doing business in South Africa.
- Getting in on the ground floor.
- Getting P.A.I.D: Pro Athlete in Development is making giant strides with retailers.
- Having our say at the White House: outnumbered minority business owners aim for lawmakers recognition.
- Indecorp acquires Drexel National Bank.
- Keeping it in the black: Cathy Hughes' Radio One buys its seventh station.
- Keeping the lines of communication open: Bruce Gordon answers the call for Bell Atlantic.
- Managing your cash flow: should you have a controller?
- Mayors to meet in Memphis: but their attention will be focused on Washington.
- Small Business Management Guide: Advice from the Brass-Tacks Entrepreneur.
- Software from stockbrokers.
- Tax cuts are in sight: but the average African-American will get less relief than the average white person.
- The great wines of Southern Africa: now that the embargo is lifted, South African wines are making a strong comeback.
- The new operating systems: OS 2 Warp, Windows 95, and Mac System 7.
- The nonstop from Durham.
- Travel advisory for the new South Africa.
- Where in the world? Making sense of emerging markets.