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Inside the November 2009 Issue

Miami's Metro Ford Says Optimism is Essential

Amid a revolutionary change in the automobile industry, the father-and-son team of Lombardo Perez, Sr. and Jr. are behind the wheel of one of Miami's most successful dealerships. Lombardo Perez, Sr. opened Metro Ford in Miami more than 25 years ago and he quickly turned the company profitable. But in recent years, times have been bumpy. The automobile industry is undergoing a seismic shift. ...continue

The Plaza Group Has Chemistry For Success

The Plaza Group, a petrochemical company, survives tough economic times by making new partnerships, expanding business. ...continue

New Media Pioneers Talk Innovation

HispanicBusiness Magazine spoke with three women who are testing the impact that new media can have on business and our daily lives. ...continue

Ad Agencies Turn to New Media

Recession hurts ad agencies, but Hispanic-owned shops fare better. ...continue

Holiday Gift Guide 2009

From the traditional to the luxurious, these gift ideas can spread Holiday cheer as they enrich the business experience. ere are HispanicBusiness Magazine's choices for noteworthy gifts that we hope our readership will consider this holiday season, ranging from a couple bucks to truly ... aspirational. ...continue

Champion Chrysler Lives Up to its Name, Even in Slow Economy

When Fernando Falcon finally gave into his "entrepreneur bug" in 2003, he opened a Chrysler dealership Champion Chrysler Jeep Dodge in Indianapolis, Ind. While he readily acknowledges that it's a very demanding job, not much took Mr. Falcon by surprise. Indeed, 16 years as a sales executive for Chrysler Corp. itself had prepared him well for the position. ...continue

Lexmark Interpret: A Printer Primed for Entrepreneurs

Printers. Everyone loves them when they work and curses them when they fail. Here at Tech Vault, we recently tested out the Interpret (S405) model. While we doubt this would be a boon for larger offices with intense and voluminous printing needs, for us and indeed, for most small business and any home-based entrepreneur this could be the Holy Grail. ...continue

Automobile Industry Revs Up For 2010

Coming off a tumultuous year, dealerships hope credit markets loosen, consumer confidence is restored. ...continue

Corner Office: The Great Recovery

As the nation approaches the holiday season of one of the most challenging years in memory due to the Great Recession, entire industries and the unemployed look toward the future with guarded but hopeful expectations. ...continue

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