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Inside the October 2009 Issue

President Obama Appoints Record Number of Hispanics To High Office

President Barack Obama has successfully appointed more Hispanics to high-level administration positions than any other president in U.S. history this early on. Depending on which data you examine, between 11 and 14 percent of Mr. Obama's selections for high office are Hispanic. Either way, it's easily a new standard. The last record, set by President George W. Bush, was 5.5 percent. ...continue

Spotlight: Washington D.C. Power Brokers

While profiles on all 100 of our influentials can be seen here, in this feature we throw a particularly bright spotlight on five of our D.C. power brokers. ...continue

D.C. Dignitaries Highlight This Year's 100 Influentials

If recent trends in Washington, D.C. are any indication, it's been a breakthrough year for Hispanics across America. This year's annual listing of 100 influential Hispanic Americans, HispanicBusiness Magazine spotlights Washington D.C., which is in the vanguard of change. ...continue

Xbox 360 Excels as a Media Hub

Let's be clear -- your teenager wants an Xbox 360. This video game console, made by Microsoft, is the hottest thing around, offering fantastic games, amazing graphics, and state-of-the-art accessories. But even if you don't have any minors in the house, or you aren't a current or former video game junkie, you might still want to check out an Xbox. While Xbox 360 remains the cream of the crop in terms of gaming, its uses go beyond anything involving button mashing. ...continue

Hispanic Business 100 Influentials 2009: Full List and Profiles

Witness this year's 100 Influentials list: 100 luminaries selected from the halls of power in Washington; the corporate world; information technology professionals; the health care sector; education; the media and other areas. This year's list even includes an astronaut. Click through for the full list, complete with profiles. ...continue

Corner Office: Positive Influences Abound for Influential Hispanics

The October 100 Influentials issue offers once again, as it has for the past 27 years, an admirable array of interesting and talented people. They come from all regions of the country and from a variety of national origins. They share some basic things in common: they view themselves ethnically as U.S. Hispanics and they're all achievers. ...continue

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