Savoy Magazine, the leading African-American culture, business and lifestyle publication, announced their 2016 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors. At 532 pages, the summer issue of Savoy ranks as the largest magazine by pages ever published targeting the African American consumer. The summer issue of Savoy was published with dual covers featuring Richard Parsons, Former CEO of Time Warner and a tribute to Muhammad Ali.
Atlanta, GA: Savoy Magazine announced the release of their Power 300: 2016 Most Influential Black Corporate Directors listing in the upcoming Summer issue. Savoy’s summer issue features a directory of 300 directors serving on the boards of public companies. As the leading business magazine reporting on African American success and achievement, Savoy’s Most Influential Black Corporate directory is the premier listing of African-American executives, influencers and achievers contributing leadership to corporate boards.
“Savoy continues to be at the forefront of comprehensive coverage of the professional success and achievements of African Americans.” said L.P. Green, II, CEO & Publisher of Savoy Magazine. “It is our duty to chronicle these inspiring executives, their distinguished careers and the corporations that demonstrate inclusive board composition in Savoy. We offer congratulations and appreciation to the directors recognized in Savoy’s Most Influential Black Corporate Directors edition for their inspiring leadership.“
At 532 pages, the summer issue of Savoy ranks as the largest magazine by pages ever published targeting the African American consumer. The dual cover issue, features one with Richard Parsons, former CEO of Time Warner and a second cover featuring a memorial tribute to the life of cultural icon Muhammad Ali.
Parsons provides an intriguing example of how he leveraged his talents as a board director into the C-Suite. Parsons joined the Time Warner board of directors in 1991, negotiated the America Online merger that created a $165 billion media conglomerate and was later