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Friday, January 11, 2002

Volume 3 Issue 2

Hispanic Business Magazine

In the news this week...

NCLR Praises Recommendation of Campos for SEC Seat
Raul Yzaguirre, President of the National Council of La Raza, praised Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle's recommendation of Roel Campos to be a commissioner on the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Toyota Names Hispanic Leaders to Diversity Advisory Board
Hispanic leaders Sara Martinez Tucker and Federico Peña have been selected as members of Toyota's newly formed North American Diversity Advisory Board.

Laura Bush, Alma Powell Announce $10M for Hispanic Youth
Laura Bush and Alma Powell joined Joe R. and Teresa Lozano Long on Thursday to announce a pledge of $10 million to establish the largest permanent endowment to benefit Texas Hispanic youth.

Morales Files Bid for Texas Governor
South Texas may become a political battleground as Dan Morales and Tony Sanchez compete to capture enough Hispanic votes to become the Texas Democratic gubernatorial nominee.

International Channel Networks Names Guzman Senior VP
International Channel Networks today announced that Berto Guzman has joined the company as senior vice president of affiliate relations and strategy.

Georgia-Based Internet Firm to Venture Into Hispanic Broadcasting
A Georgia-based Internet firm that had suspended its operations early last year has hit on a way to revitalize its business: operating a Spanish-language TV station.

U.S. Falls Behind in New Business Start-ups
The United States is an acknowledged leader in the world of business start-ups. While that's still true, six other countries -- Mexico, New Zealand, Australia, Korea, Brazil and Ireland -- actually topped America in entrepreneurial activity last year.

Joe Nunez Joins HHS as Regional Representative
HHS Secretary Tommy G. Thompson has appointed Joe Nunez as his regional representative for region VIII, based in Denver, Colorado.

Hispanic Organizations Receive Grant Assistance
Four Southern California Hispanic-service organizations have been named recipients of Union Bank of California Foundation grants.

Businesses Slowly Turn to Women, Minorities to Help Run Companies
When Lucent Technologies Inc. named Patricia Russo as chief executive, it joined a small but increasing number of companies that have turned to women or minorities to help revive sales, curb losses or chart new courses during periods of distress, intense competition, or change.

Strategy Research

Articles from the HispanicBusiness.com archive:

It was another record-breaking year for the largest Hispanic companies in the United States, with total revenues totaling $21.18 billion. That performance caps off a tremendous 10-year run that has increased revenues 134 percent for the HISPANIC BUSINESS 500®. Read more...

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