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Inside the March 2011 Issue

The U.S. Debt Challenge

Newly elected Hispanic Republicans want to limit government spending; Hispanic Democrats say opposition postures. ...continue

Together Again

The relations between Mexico's Grupo Televisa S.A.B. and Univision Communications Inc. have been a long on-and-off-again affair. ...continue

Corner Office

The Gaviņa brand is becoming ubiquitous via McDonald's, Costco and Wal-Mart. In addition to its brand equity, the product stands for more than customer satisfaction. You might even say it stands for a way of life. For you see, the Gaviņas also have been perfecting a catechism of production values where less stands for more and in the process, behold, they're now right smack in the middle of the green movement. ...continue

Brewing Up Sustainability

Kermit the Frog might have crooned about how difficult it is to be green, but for F. Gaviņa & Sons Inc., being green comes as easily as sipping a cup of vanilla nut coffee. The reason is easy, says Gaviņa Purchasing Manager Michael Gaviņa: It's the family culture. ...continue

The Case for Accreditation

Certified Professional Designation builds Supplier Development Corporate Capabilities. To make the playing field equal for small, minority- and women-owned businesses, many major companies with large supply chains have diversity initiatives programs. ...continue

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