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Inside the January/February 2006 Issue

Holding Pattern

Hispanic representation at the conference table has held steady since 1999. ...continue

2006 An Uphill Road?

The economic tempo may slow in 2006, but marketers see high notes in the Hispanic sector. ...continue

The Energy Entrepreneur

David Hernandez wins the EOY Award for making Liberty Power a new player in the electricity sector. ...continue

Gaining Higher Ground

This year's directory contains only 20 executives, five fewer than in 2005. But these managers wield tremendous influence, truly deserving of the title "Elite." They represent the vanguard of an expanding cadre of Hispanic managerial talent. ...continue

Entrepreneurship as a Way of Life

A Beverly Hills bash honors successful CEOs and the future economic empowerment of Hispanics. ...continue

The New Cachet of Being Hispanic

Yankelovich Inc., a leading marketing research and consulting firm, emphasizes in its predictions for 2006 that the Hispanic market is "a main driving force" and "catalyst for growth" in the American economy, destined to receive heightened attention from marketers this year and beyond. ...continue

Energized Demographic in a Slow Economy

In the past decade, U.S. Hispanic purchasing power has posted a compound annual growth rate of 7.5 percent, compared with just 2.8 percent for total U.S. disposable income, according to HispanTelligence, the research arm of Hispanic Business. This trend is expected to continue in 2006 and beyond. ...continue

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