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Inside the July/August 2002 Issue

Man Behind the News

Seasoned broadcaster Rolando Santos takes up the reins of CNN Headline News. ...continue

Thumbs Up

Hector Barreto wins praise for stewardship of SBA, but Bush administration criticized. ...continue

A New Deal for Auto Dealers?

The new National Association of Hispanic Automobile Dealers (NAHAD) has established itself with the mission of getting more import dealership into Hispanic hands. ...continue

A Peek Inside a Public Organization

A financial analysis of the USHCC finds questionable controls and accountability. ...continue

No Slam Dunk

A favorable regulatory environment notwithstanding, Univision's merger with HBC could become unraveled by SBS's lawsuit. ...continue

B2G Supplies Revenue Gains

The 2002 High-Tech 50: Government spending pushes revenues higher for the largest Hispanic high-tech firms. ...continue

To Fill a Widening Niche

2002 Hispanic Business Fastest-Growing 100: A focus on core competency produces average revenue growth of 62.6 percent per year. ...continue

The 2002 Hispanic Business Florida 100

Service and wholesale sectors push revenues to $8 billion for the Sunshine State's largest Hispanic firms. ...continue

Harnessing Rhino Power

In a little more than a year, 24-year-old Humberto Barrera has gone from founding a modest computer consultancy to reaping tens of thousands of dollars in sales. Rhino Computer Systems, based in Brownsville, Texas, is projected to gross more than $100,000 in its first fiscal year and already boasts a clientele that includes doctors, lawyers, and Fortune 1000 companies. ...continue

Missing Part of the Equation

Hispanic women continue to be underrepresented in the sciences and engineering. Some say research suffers as a result. ...continue

Has the Divide Closed?

With computer use among U.S. Hispanics on the rise, experts debate whether a digital divide still exists. ...continue

Unrealized Potential

The U.S.-Mexico border region has yet to live up to the expectations engendered by NAFTA. ...continue

A Model Chamber Tackles Complex Issues

The Mexican American Network of Odessa (MANO) shows how local leadership can make a difference for constituent businesses. ...continue

Predicting Success

K12 students who receive regular encouragement are more likely to complete college and go on fulfilling and productive careers. ...continue

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