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Johnson said he found cracks in that glass ceiling in his early days partly by strategically partnering with white-owned companies to gain what he termed a "Good Housekeeping seal of approval." "The first time you walk in the door, there's skepticism: 'They don't know how to run a business,'" he told the audience, gathered for the middle day of the three-day conference. "You've got to remove that." When Johnson forged the right partnerships, he said perceptions changed.
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