CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 12, 1992 |
As consumers, black Americans are a formidable bloc widely courted by certain corporations--Nike, McDonald's, Philip Morris, for example. But that, two Irvine entrepreneurs say, is the extent of black economic unity. To try to remedy that, Regina and Oscar D. Wilson, investment consultants for a cable TV company, are organizing the National Alliance of Black Entrepreneurs. The group held its first gathering--a $50-a-plate banquet--Sunday night at the Hyatt Regency Irvine hotel.