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Inside the November 2005 Issue

Tech Investment Angels Soar

Supporting and fueling innovations and the entrepreneurs behind them suits Luis Villalobos and his angel group well. ...continue

Corner Office: Car Customer Still King

For years, Hispanic Business has worked to build a statistical portrait of the U.S. automobile industry's convergence with the Hispanic market. This issue realizes that goal with two data-driven articles. ...continue

Wandering Eyes

Across the country motorists are beginning to re-think their auto-buying and -driving habits, especially now that the cost of gas is a major consideration. ...continue

Travel: Private in Mexico

Rental villas are a new way to stay for space and luxury. ...continue

Contacts for Contracts

About one seventh of U.S. consumer spending goes for food. That translates to about $1.13 trillion each year, based on 2004 Census data. And agricultural products account for a total of $56.7 billion in 2004. ...continue

Fast-Track Advertising

Charisma doesn't win auto races, but it does attract the sponsors and marketing partners that fund the sport. Fortunately, international race car driver Milka Duno has both charisma and skill at winning the checkered flag. ...continue

Racing to Market

General Motors has caught and passed Ford Motor Company for the number-one selling vehicle to Hispanics at least so far this year. Ford and General Motors historically run neck-and-neck for top-vehicle honors. ...continue

Fifteen and Counting

According to Hispanic Business research, the Bush Administration currently has 15 secretary-level appointees (including two department secretaries) in office. ...continue

Two-part Harmony

NHCSL and HELO expect their collective voice to amplify policy initiatives for capital access, contracts, and leadership training. ...continue

A Capital Question

Hispanic-owned PE firms with help from their political supporters are aggressively making the case that they deserve more opportunity to deliver returns. ...continue

Rx for Growth

The U.S. Hispanic population aged 65 and over is projected to increase by 60 percent during the next 25 years. As this demographic ages, its health service needs will increase. ...continue

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