Hispanic Shop Snags Mervyn's
Castells & Asociados Advertising is launching a new TV campaign for Mervyn's, a Target Corporation company.
Univision's Maria Elena Salinas Hosts Town Hall On Iraq
Maria Elena Salinas, co-anchor of America's top-rated Spanish-language national evening newscast, 'Noticiero Univision,' will host a town hall meeting, 'Voces de una Nación en Guerra' (Voices of a Nation at War).
GIC Launching AG Distressed Asset Fund
GIC Group, a U.S. agribusiness investment and consulting firm, is launching a distressed asset fund for agribusiness in Latin America.
Iraq War Freezes U.S. Economy
The Iraq war has frozen much of the U.S. economy, throwing a four-month manufacturing expansion into reverse, trapping consumers at home and unnerving employers, surveys showed Tuesday.
Statehouses Gain Hispanics
If one-time House Speaker Tip O'Neill was correct in saying "all politics is local," then things are looking up for Hispanics as their representation in statehouses rises across the United States.
Country's Racial Divide is at Heart of Admissions Cases
Racial equality. Opportunity. A "compelling" government interest in creating diverse campuses. These themes take center stage Tuesday when two cases challenging the University of Michigan's race-conscious admissions policies are argued before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Some 15,000 Latinos Among the U.S. Troops Fighting in Iraq
Soldiers of Latin American descent make up six percent of total U.S. troops, and Colonel Cynthia Scott-Johnson, a Pentagon spokeswoman says the percentage is believed to be the same in the Gulf.
CHC Supports Judicial Nominee Edward Prado
The Congressional Hispanic Caucus (CHC) yesterday expressed its full support of Bush judicial nominee Judge Edward Prado for the United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Spanish Networks at the Front: Reports Take An Ethnic Focus
Most viewers wouldn't have taken note, but among the first U.S. casualties in the war with Iraq was a Hispanic-American. But that fact didn't slip by news staffers at the nation's two primary Spanish-language networks.
California Promoting Clusters of Industries
In the fight to attract businesses California is taking a unique approach. With the state's high costs of labor, housing and utilities, there's no way that California can beat out its competitors on price. So
Well-Known Spanish Internet Portal Relaunches
StarMedia Networks was one of the first companies to cash in on the Latin American Internet boom, launching a Spanish-language Web portal. Then it fell to earth with a thud, as the boom became a bust.
Hispanics Offered a Course in Financial Literacy
Louis Barajas returned to his East Los Angeles barrio to teach people about money management after he became a successful financial consultant.
Captains Of Capital
How HB500 leaders are putting muscle into company financing.
A Plan For Today’s Money Market
The modern business plan must emphasize honesty, credibility, and the details of marketing – a far cry from the ambitious blueprints of yesteryear.
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