Black Enterprise

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Black Enterprise
Black Enterprise May 2008.jpg
Editor-in-Chief Derek T. Dingle
Frequency Monthly
Publisher Earl G. Graves, Sr.
Total circulation
First issue 1970
Company Earl G. Graves Publishing Company, Inc.
Country United States
Based in New York City
ISSN 0006-4165

Black Enterprise is a monthly U.S. magazine that describes itself as the "premier business news and investment resource for African Americans" and claims a readership of 3.7 million. It was founded in 1970 by Earl G. Graves, Sr. The publication is known for its annual listing of the largest African-American firms in the country, or "B.E. 100's", first compiled and published in 1973.[2][3]

Writers for Black Enterprise include Judith Jamison, Ashanti White, and Alfred A. Edmond, Jr.


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