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Inside the April 2004 Issue

World Wealth

As president of Latin America and Europe for Citigroup Private Bank, Frances Sevilla-Sacasa manages assets for some of the richest players in the global economy. ...continue

7(a) Funds to Hispanics Sag

Shift at SBA has resulted in more loans, but less money. ...continue

Data Blind Spot

New technology may help you access federal money. ...continue

Tapping Into 8(a)

CEOs at the largest Hispanic firms in the government's minority business development program offer strategies for success. ...continue

Bring It On

La Opinion Publisher Monica Lozano faces an increasingly crowded Spanish-language newspaper market with passion, determination. ...continue

Bridging Cultures

In a global economy, Kimberly Casiano finds the ability "to function effectively in different cultures is a tremendous asset." ...continue

Change Agent

The formerly government-owned Puerto Rico Telephone must adapt to a dynamic market and Cristina Lambert is at the helm. ...continue

Diversity Leaders

Companies committed to a diverse workforce. ...continue

Air Authority

As VP of UPS Air Operations, Jovita Carranza earns this year's top honor: Hispanic Business Woman of the year. ...continue

A Newsman's Life

The influence of Frank del Olmo, the Los Angeles Times associate editor who died unexpectedly of a heart attack in February, extended far beyond his job title and career accomplishments. ...continue

Visa Program to Resume

Washington Insider…News from the Capitol. ...continue

The Entrepreneur as Folk Hero

A small-business revolution during the 'Hispanic Decade' helped fuel the success of Hispanic Business magazine. ...continue

Networking, Latina-style

Whether for community service or professional advancement, a variety of professional organizations can point you in the right direction. ...continue

2004 Elite Hispanic Women

Profiles of the Hispanic Business magazine 2004 Elite Hispanic Women. ...continue

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