Contributor biographical information for Why should white guys have all the fun? : how Reginald Lewis created a billion-dollar business empire / Reginald F. Lewis and Blair S. Walker.
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REGINALD F. LEWIS was chairman, chief executive, and principal shareholder of TLC Beatrice International Holdings, Inc., until his untimely death of brain cancer in January, 1993. He was fifty years old when he died.
BLAIR S. WALKER is a former financial writer with the "Money" section of USA Today. He has also worked as an editor with New York Newsday and as a reporter with the Chicago bureau of The Associated Press.
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Lewis, Reginald F., -- 1942-1993.
African American businesspeople -- Biography.
Millionaires -- United States -- Biography.