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Inside the November 2004 Issue

Now Presenting

The latest software helps give life to executive business presentations. ...continue

The Lap of Luxury

If a driver can dream of it, automakers can provide it for a price. ...continue

New Day, Old Challenges

The USHCC emerges from two years of turmoil with a fresh leadership team and familiar goals. ...continue

Contracting Success

Mentorships, business plans, and marketing can pay off in tapping into the procurement process. ...continue

Washington Insider

Many Hispanics Returning to Congress ... Pending Legislation ... Small-Business Scorecard ... New Leader for Congressional Hispanic Conference ... ...continue

The Games Go On

Hispanic gold medalists find their Olympic success appeals to companies aiming to expand their market. ...continue

Sharing a Wealth of Experience

By pooling their knowledge and resources, members of NALCAB hope to improve access to capital for Hispanic economic development projects. ...continue

In Tune With the Times

Music sales begin to recover as Hispanic record labels keep an eye on efficiency. ...continue

Legal Eagles

The nation's largest Hispanic-owned law firm is on the move to become even bigger. ...continue

The Fast Lane

What's old is new again with many of today's automotive technological advances as makers seek to entice increasingly savvy buyers by adding not only glitzy toys, but ease, function, and efficiency. ...continue

Shifting Into High Gear

With billions of dollars at stake, automakers are racing to capture the increasingly influential Hispanic consumer. ...continue

The Private Equity Deal Flow

With plenty of interest from funds, investment bankers seek growing Hispanic companies to put in the pipeline. ...continue

Captivating their Audience

Independent studios are targeting Hispanic moviegoers with English-language productions that also appeal to general audiences. ...continue

Speeding Up

With growing affluence and demand, Hispanics have become a prime target for automakers looking to distinguish their brands. ...continue

Footprint of the Financial Giants

Global conglomerates from Spain, Puerto Rico, and the United States are expanding their reach with an eye toward the Hispanic market. ...continue

Back to the Future

GM's Frank Saucedo finds his muse driven by a 'future retroism' that appeals to old school and new. ...continue

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