J. Bruce Llewellyn (July 16, 1927 – April 7, 2010) was a prominent American businessman. His personal wealth has been estimated to exceed $160 million. Continue reading
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Novelist Min Jin Lee, the author of the oft-best-book-listed Free Food for Millionaires is embracing a change of scenery—moving from the ultra-modern Midtown MiMA tower to a Queen Anne style townhouse in Harlem. Continue reading
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The members of the founding chapter of One Hundred Black Men, Inc. wish to extend our most heartfelt condolences to the family of one of our founders and past presidents, J. Bruce Llewellyn.
He played a pivotal role in our path of influence and success, and will be sorely missed.
A son of Harlem, Llewellyn was an academic achiever who developed into the quintessential entrepreneur with business interests that spanned the globe. Continue reading
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