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Inside the November 2006 Issue

Bookshelf: Uplifting Literature

Three books aim to motivate employees, shape workplace. ...continue

The "IT" Factor

Abba Technologies Inc., based in Albuquerque with offices throughout the intermountain West, now employs more than 50 and bills just under $50 million a year. The company was just named the 2006 National Minority Supplier/Distributor Firm of the Year by the U.S. Department of Commerce. ...continue

RediAuto Puts Disabled Customers Back in the Driver's Seat

Daniel Reyes lost more than his right leg when a runaway car crushed him in 1999. He lost his ability to tool around in his 1967 Ferrari 330 GT, which as a sport car's sports car featured a five-speed stick. Now, through his Santa Monica-based RediAuto Sport he's selling specialized equipment that allows other disabled drivers to tool around in their favorite vehicles. ...continue

Unhealthy Costs

Small-business owners are struggling to pay the doctors' bills, and employees are hurting. ...continue

The Final Say: Cristina Perez

Cristina Perez calls herself the "ultimate America success story." Inspired by her parents' passion for hard work, Ms. Perez and her husband built a high-profile immigration law firm in Southern California, and on Sept. 11 of this year she debuted an English-language show called Cristina's Court. ...continue

Three Hispanics Reach Industry's Fast Lane

Big names in the auto industry are competing to tap the buying power of the Hispanic market, too ... it just so happens that they're Hispanic as well. ...continue

Top Automotive Companies, 2006

The Burt Automotive Network leads the Hispanic Business magazine list of the Top 20 Auto Companies for 2006. ...continue

Motor City Mayhem

Hispanic consumers could help the U.S. auto industry get back on track. ...continue

Everybody Plays the Fuel

Car companies offer smaller vehicles with increasing gas prices in mind: A look at 2007's auto-market offerings. ...continue

Republicans Take Big Gamble by Delaying Immigration Reform

Following a raucous summer of contentious hearings, noisy rhetoric, and promises of immediate action, Congress, unable to find a quick solution, quietly tabled debate on immigration reform until after this month's elections. ...continue

Director Spins Life's Yarns Into Critical Acclaim

BUSINESS OF ENTERTAINMENT: After directing the career-making drama Amores Perros, followed by the critically acclaimed 21 Grams in 2003, director Alejandro González Iñárritu is creating a legacy of superlative storytelling while filling theater seats. ...continue

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