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How Reginald Lewis Built The First Black Billion-Dollar Business with Loida Lewis (Part 2)


Reginald F. Lewis was a business pioneer, philanthropist, and titan. A Harvard Law School graduate, Lewis rose to prominence as a lawyer, financier, and leader of the global food company TLC Beatrice International. Lewis was the first African American ever to close an overseas billion dollar leveraged buyout deal. He acquired an unprecedented global conglomerate of 64 companies in 31 countries and paved the way for future entrepreneurs and black leaders through his life’s work until his untimely death at age 50.

To learn more about Reginald Lewis: https://www.amazon.com/Should-White-Guys-Have-Billion-Dollar/dp/1574780360
To join my book club discussion on Reginald Lewis’ book ‘Why Should White Guys Have All The Fun’: http://www.paulcbrunson.com/bookclub
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Paul C. Brunson

Mentor, Entrepreneur, & Television Host. My goal is to help you live your best life. I’m the world’s most influential matchmaker, founded and exited three businesses, host two television shows, spent nearly a decade working directly for a billionaire, and share my experiences by mentoring through Knowledge Share