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16th Annual Hispanic Business EOY Awards - Reserve your seat while there is still room!
On Thursday, November 9, Hispanic Business magazine will honor the nation's top Hispanic entrepreneurs and Mexican American Opportunities Foundation (MAOF) founder Dionicio Morales, this year's Lifetime Achievement Award winner, at the luxurious Millennium Biltmore Hotel in downtown Los Angeles. Don't miss the most exclusive Hispanic gala of the year! Call 800.616.8318 or visit www.hispanicbusiness.com/events/eoy/overview/ to reserve your seat!
There's no secret why logistics giants FedEx, UPS and DHL, which built their reputations in corporate mail rooms, are increasingly wooing mom-and-pop shops. Of the 23 million businesses in the country, a full 98 percent are small enterprises, according to the SBA. And 97 percent of all exporters are small ventures.
President Bush today signed the 2007 Defense Department authorization bill which includes a one-year extension of a provision to a foreign worker visa program.
Strategists in both parties and independent analysts said the string of scandals had reawakened ethics as an issue in the midterm campaign, stoking an anti-Congress mood. Since most of those in the spotlight are Republicans and the party controls Congress, the GOP stands to be hurt more.
A new crop of South Florida music-makers is singing about issues and ideas that are sometimes shocking to their parents but that represent the changing global awareness and politics of a younger generation of Hispanic-Americans.
The bilingual toy is not a new concept for major toy companies -- they're boldly going where Dora the Explorer first tread at the turn of the century -- but the idea is starting to pick up steam as the U.S. Hispanic population continues to grow.
Cisco Chief Executive Officer John Chambers is undeniably one of the most charismatic speakers in Corporate America today. His speeches are astonishing. Now imagine how successful you would be in your business if clients described you as "astonishing." Here are five ways Chambers electrifies his listeners that you can incorporate into your personal playbook.
Today the population of the United States of America is believed to have rolled over to 300 million. And the largest single component of the latest 100 million is, at 36 percent, the Hispanic bloc.
Televisa owns 11.4 percent of Univision's stock and this last summer thought it was on track to own 100 percent. Now that those plans have been thwarted, Mexico's biggest broadcaster wants no share in the United States's largest Spanish-language network.
Purchase your copy of latest research from HispanTelligence: The U.S. Hispanic Economy in Transition: Facts, Figures, and Trends (2005 Edition) -- a comprehensive study of the emerging Hispanic market.
While the U.S. median age continues to rise, from 35.3 years in 2000, the median age of Hispanics remains the lowest of all groups. Demographers predict faster growth among young Hispanics than among other young ethnic groups for the next decade.
|From the current issue of Hispanic Business magazine...|
Our 100 Most Influential Hispanics list from 1986 has some familiar names -- where are they now?
Hispanic voters and immigration policies are determining factors in several tight races.
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