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Inside the November 2007 Issue

Living on Borrowed Time

Subprime lending busts some Hispanics, creates opportunities for others. ...continue

Tech Edge: Hispanic Executives Stay Connected with High-Tech Gadgets

Using an electronic address book to make a phone call was once as likely as making a call on a toaster. But with today's mobile technology and its global network abilities, traveling Hispanic executives are always instantly connected, which is essential in today's fast economy. ...continue

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Absent Presidential Candidates Scrutinized at CHCI Forum

Leaders from both parties verbally attacked presidential candidates in October after they skipped a presidential forum held by the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI). ...continue

Obesity Leaves Hispanics Prone to Cancers, Diabetes

Over the last couple of decades, it's no secret Americans have become chubbier. And while experts say those extra pounds often lead to hefty health problems, such as heart attacks or strokes, they also say not enough is being done to alert the Hispanic population, which is especially hard hit. ...continue

Pursuing Hispanic Votes

Presidential candidates seek to attract the crucial Hispanic demographic in 2008. ...continue

The Final Say: Francisco Codina

Francisco Codina, who was born in Cuba and immigrated to the United States with his family at age 13, began his career at Ford Motor Co. in 1977 as a zone manager for Ford's Customer Service Division in New Orleans. ...continue

Automakers Roll Out "Green" Cars, New Technology

There is a worldwide race among automakers to offer consumers alternatives to petroleum fuel or, at least, an opportunity to cut back. ...continue

Hispanics Grabbing the Keys

Hispanics are buying more new cars and trucks than ever before, scooping them up at a faster pace than the overall market. ...continue

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