Crain's New York Business July 16-22, 2007 - (Page 1)
® VOL. XXIII, NO. 29 WWW.NEWYORKBUSINESS.COM JULY 16-22, 2007 REPORT MINORITY BUSINESS MINORITY FIRMS TAKE ANOTHER STEP FORWARD FORECAST The city’s largest minorityowned firms keep growing.As a whole, Crain’s Top 25 are projecting a 6.1% revenue increase in 2007, compared with a 5% rise last year. VETERAN ACuPowder International, which has been making nonferrous powders for 91 years, is the oldest business on the list. STAKES Thirty-eight percent of the firms are wholly or majority-owned by Hispanics, 34% by Asians and 28% by African-Americans. Total Revenues at Top 25 In millions +6.1% % change Biggest Gainers Projected % change in revenues, 2006-2007 ASI System Integration Top Five in NYC Employees Gracious Home +61.5% 420 Crystal Windows & Door Systems 315 Dial-A-Mattress Operating 250 Condal Distributor 225 Bartlett Dairy 196 bekka lindström $4,068.6 $4,317.6 Cox Nissan +33.5% Tri-Line Contracting +32.9% By Design +29.6% Lafayette 148 New York +29.3% 2006 *Projected. 2007* NY Area’s Largest Minority-Owned Companies Ranked by projected 2007 revenues 1270 Ave. of the Americas Suite 2200 New York, NY 10020 212.218.5150 11726 San Vicente Blvd. Suite 300 Los Angeles, CA 90049 310.820.4009 Posted with permission of Crain’s New York Business. Copyright Crain Communications Inc 2007 #1-21596282 Managed by Reprint Management Services, 717.399.1900. To request a quote online, visit www.reprintbuyer.com.
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