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It's April, and tax day is right around the corner but small-business owners submitting their 2006 tax returns are in luck.
U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services said Tuesday it reached its limit for 2008 skilled-worker visa petitions in a single day and will not accept any more, to the dismay of technology companies that rely on the visas to hire foreign employees.
U.S. President George W. Bush will relaunch his push for a sweeping overhaul of immigration laws by delivering a key speech in Arizona later Monday, the White House said.
A top deputy to embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales resigned abruptly Friday, two weeks after she said she'd invoke the Fifth Amendment rather than testify to congressional investigators who are probing the Bush administration's firing and hiring of eight federal prosecutors.
A name dispute is pitting the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce against the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, two organizations that have existed for decades in the nation's capital.
A company's decision to target this market by advertising in Spanish -- while it may appear simple at first blush -- can raise a host of legal issues. An analysis by Martin Arias, former advertising counsel for a Fortune 100 company, outlines some of the issues that can get "lost in translation."
Florida's two dominant supermarket chains, Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc. and Publix Super Markets, are competing harder than ever for Hispanic consumers by rolling out more Hispanic store formats.
Louis Ruiz, an entrepreneur who co-founded the largest Mexican food manufacturing company in the United States – Ruiz Foods, Inc. – died Sunday at his home in Dinuba, Calif. He was 88.
Double-digit gains in Hispanic advertising expenditures were made in all media, but television continues to garner the majority of all ad dollars, according to a new HispanTelligence research report.
Get the entire 2006 Hispanic Business 500 Directory in Excel format.
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Our list of 15 elite women nominated for the 2007 Hispanic Business Woman of the Year (WOY).
Cuban-born Maria Elena Lagomasino managed to ascend Wall Street without blending in.
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