Господи, никогда не думал, что я настолько популярен в Милане. Как здорово быть звездой #itsgoodtobeme @esquireru
Sometimes I think I am too nice. I want to screw some people over like they do me. But my character and heart isn't built like that.. I guess that's why I am totally blessed and continually prospering. Thank you God. #BlessedAndHighlyFavored#ItsGoodToBeMe
Breakfast... Dannon light & fit toasted coconut vanilla yogurt.2sp. Cherrios ancient grain, 4sp...🍌
Huge coffee and sweets served by me on my name day morning❤
Do I have to start all hair thing and make up thing again?😯😴 Im looking fabulous, but yeah... I know camera doesn't lie🙈 I have noticed...should be 15kg lighter when it all looks better in front of camera...or actually in the pictures, but im feeling fine like this so I just have to learn to like my other best parts of me too than only my eyes.😁🙈💋🤗(this was half joke and half true😉)
Lovely day all of you❤💋
Repost from @alfrededmondjr using @RepostRegramApp - Today marks the 75th anniversary of the birth of the iconic dealmaker and legendary entrepreneur Reginald F. Lewis. Born on December 7, 1942, Lewis made history in 1987 when his company, TLC Group, bought the international food division of the Beatrice food conglomerate for $985 million, then the largest leveraged buyout of off-shore assets in history.
My exclusive cover story on the deal for the November 1987 issue of @blackenterprise was a major turning point of my fledgling career, transforming a journalist who had occasionally interviewed business people into a true business journalist. Not only did I have an exclusive interview with Lewis locked in before the story broke, he also invited me to sit in on negotiations as he quickly sold off the division’s Australia unit, allowing me to witness his prodigious negotiating prowess for myself.
From the landmark Beatrice International LBO until his untimely death from a brain tumor in 1993, I was privileged to be assigned nearly every Black Enterprise article on Lewis, including a second, in-depth cover interview for our June 1988 issue, when TLC Beatrice was named the BE 100s Industrial/Service Company of the Year.
Today, Reginald Lewis is rightly recognized as the iconic inspiration of at least two generations of African American business moguls and top Wall Street executives.