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The economics of success.

I HAVE BEEN A SUBSCRIBER TO BLACK ENTERPRISE magazine since my graduation from Howard University in 1989. Earl G. Graves St. was the commencement keynote speaker that year, and he offered a free six-month trial subscription to all Howard University graduates that year.

I'm an African American male who has been blessed with a career in engineering and an M.B.A. from a renowned institution. I work in mergers and acquisitions and now as an entrepreneur. I have been able to apply to my life the principles from the magazine about creating and sustaining wealth with real estate.

I have not let my subscription lapse since the end of that six-month trial. Not a bad return on both our investments.

Bichard A. Osei

rosei@gsb.uchicago.edu
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Author:Osei, Richard A.
Publication:Black Enterprise
Article Type:Letter to the editor
Date:Jul 1, 2006
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