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Inside the September 2000 Issue

The HISPANIC BUSINESS Best Schools 2000

September 2000 - Rankings are useful in evaluating graduate programs, but deciding where to study is a personal decision. ...continue

Top 10 Law Schools for Hispanics

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Top 10 Business Schools for Hispanics

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Trends in Hispanic Employment

September 2000 - "We do not have a worker shortage in this country," says Labor Secretary Alexis Herman. "We have a skills shortage." ...continue

Who Holds the Hispanic Card?

September 2000 - Surveys show Al Gore ahead of George Bush by a narrow margin. ...continue

Pillars of the Hispanic Community

September 2000 - The first-ever ranking of Hispanic nonprofit organizations highlights social services, health, education, and business development. ...continue

Firm Simplifies Contracting of Minority Companies

September 2000 - Local, state, and federal governments award contracts worth $450 billion annually, according to Rob Gilmore, CEO of Globe-1. But finding out about these business-to-government (B2G) contracts requires a lot of legwork. ...continue

The Evolution of Corporate Diversity

September 2000 - Diversity in Corporate America has traveled a long road. Born in the civil rights movement, it has evolved from an affirmative-action headcount to cultural sensitivity workshops to a business imperative. At the start of the 21st century, diversity programs continue to evolve in response to the changing work force. ...continue

An Investment Strategy to Protect Your Stock Portfolio

September 2000 - What can an investor do to protect his or her stock portfolio in a volatile market' One strategy that comes to mind is the stop-loss order. ...continue

Telemundo's Ratings Rebound. How far can it go?

September 2000 - Ah, the television business. One year your network's down, the next it's up. Or in Telemundo's case, one year you're lampooned as Spanish-language TV's incredible shrinking broadcaster, the next you're miraculously reborn as a respectable also-ran behind behemoth Univision. ...continue

Latino Health Care Enjoys Explosive Growth

September 2000 - When it comes to health insurance, Hispanics are decidedly underserved. More than a third lack coverage, and they account for almost three-quarters of the nation's working uninsured. ...continue

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