New York, NY (PRWeb) February 2, 2007 -- (OTCBB: CCCN) The CNBC interview of America’s youngest African American CEO of any public company, City Capital Corporation’s CEO Ephren W. Taylor II, is rapidly becoming the hottest video for online viewers online. Taylor was a featured guest on CNBC’s “The BIG Idea” show hosted by Donny Deutsch, while in NYC serving as panelist for Jesse Jackson’s Wall Street Economic Summit.
Ephren Taylor's CNBC Interview can be viewed at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OPGKnDkH2HM
Online viewers are intrigued by Taylor, 24, and how he became the youngest African American CEO of any public company in history. Beginning at age 12 with a software company, by 17 Mr. Taylor built a national company to over $3.5 million value. He recently signed a $50,000,000 equity line with The Lucian Group of Rochester, NY.
“I’ve always felt it was important to create profitable businesses that are engaged in improving the quality of life for others. We are proving a company can do both: be socially-conscious as well as profitable. Our $50 Million line with Lucian not only validates this, but is allowing us to greatly accelerate what we have already been doing for several years: leveraging investments, holdings and other assets to build value for investors and shareholders, while creating positive change in communities nationwide.”