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Inside the May 2004 Issue

Window of Opportunity

Last year's tax relief act can boost your business if you act fast. ...continue

The End of the "Mexican School"

Sylvia Mendez, a 67-year-old retired nurse, is not a lawyer, professor, or policy maker. But for many, her name is synonymous with the defeat of segregation. ...continue

Top Trends

Innovation and growth are bringing better business and personal tools from cell phones and laptops to inventory control systems with some lower prices. ...continue

The Kings of Comebacks

Remember when portal, browser, and e-mail were new concepts? Three Hispanic pioneers of the Internet share what they learned from the boom-bust cycle. ...continue

The Hispanic Middle Class Emerges

Third of a four-part series: the '90s. ...continue

What Works

Three companies show how smart investments can make a difference on the bottom line. The businesses that make the best technology investments are those that begin with one question: What problem can it solve? ...continue

A CPA Follows His People Side

Houston nonprofit runs a charter school. ...continue

Coming of Age

The Asociacion Nacional Pro Personas Mayores tackles the challenges of a growing demographic trend. ...continue

'We're in the Real Estate Business'

Chicago's Hispanic Housing Development Corp. collects the rent on affordable housing. ...continue

Rising Goals in Higher Education

No longer just about financial aid, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund has set a target to boost Hispanic college graduation rates. ...continue

Catching the Drop-outs

With the belief that youths should direct their own success, Aspira has built a 40-year track record that proves it. ...continue

Meeting Challenges

Competition and funding cuts put pinch on Hispanic organizations but there are bright spots. ...continue

Courting Hispanics on the Hill

Congressional Hispanic Caucus members express support for Kerry, although many had initially backed other candidates. Plus: Kerry says he'll make visiting Puerto Rico one of his first presidential priorities. ...continue

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