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Inside the April 2007 Issue

Spotlight on Elite Women

More women may have the opportunity to crack our Hispanic Business Elite Women List once they Bounce the Boomers. ...continue

BookShelf

Hispanic Business reviews the latest business and finance books to hit shelves. This month: "HR and the New Hispanic Workforce." ...continue

Uva Takes Reins at Univision

On February 20, Univision's new owners Madison Dearborn Partners, Providence Equity Partners, Texas Pacific Group, Thomas H. Lee Partners, and Saban Capital Group announced that New York ad man Joe Uva would helm the new privately held Univision. ...continue

Notice to Hispanic Business Subscribers

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2007 Hispanic Business Magazine Elite Women

Our list of 15 elite women nominated for the 2007 Hispanic Business Woman of the Year (WOY). ...continue

Life on the High-Tech Edge

Computer engineer and WOY 2007 nominee Maria Martinez helps Microsoft reach new vistas. ...continue

Patently Successful

Computer programmer's plunge to management pays off for IBM's Maria Azua. ...continue

Mastering the Crossover

General Motors engineer and WOY 2007 finalist Grace Lieblein strikes a balance between work responsibilities and family. ...continue

A Positive Influence

WOY 2007 finalist Carmela Castellano-Garcia serves as a voice for Hispanics. ...continue

Standout Performer

Cuban-born Maria Elena Lagomasino managed to ascend Wall Street without blending in. ...continue

The Final Say: Nina Garcia

As one of the fashion industry's most powerful editors, Nina Garcia and her staff at Elle magazine influence how and where America's women shop, what they wear, and what retailers will feature in their stores. ...continue

Viva La Franchise

Hispanics' participation in franchise operations is uneven across industries. ...continue

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