Barriers Block Minority Integration Into the Digital Economy
Larger minority-owned businesses use Internet technology to enhance their firms, but often do not fully engage in e-commerce due to market challenges and barriers, a new report prepared by the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute (TRPI) states.
Fox Meets with Detroit Business Leaders
Mexican President Vicente Fox spent several hours behind closed doors with auto executives and union leaders discussing the North American Free Trade Agreement and investment opportunities in Mexico at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Monday.
Weaker U.S. Economy Could End U.S.-Mexican Honeymoon
The weak U.S. economy could end the "unprecedented honeymoon" between Mexico and the United States spurred by the "good chemistry" between their respective presidents, Vicente Fox and George W. Bush, Nelson Cunningham, CEO of Kissinger McLarty Associates, said Thursday.
Hispanic Growth Presents Challenge for U.S.
Despite their dramatic growth in the last decade, Hispanic immigrants to the United States face inequalities in education, housing, employment, and health, according to a study published by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR).
Hispanic Professionals with Hispanic Mentors Face Pay Disparity
Hispanics in business may be getting short-changed when they choose other Hispanics as professional mentors, a new study suggests.
Banks Still Untapped for Hispanic Insurance Sales
Although Hispanics make up the largest submarket for financial services in the United States, efforts to sell insurance to them through banks, Hispanic or otherwise, have been irregular at best -- and few insurers are going the extra mile to help banks in Hispanic communities sell their products.
Microsoft Settles With State of New Mexico in Antitrust Case
In a boost for Microsoft's efforts to settle its antitrust case, the company last week announced that it had reached a deal with the U.S. state of New Mexico, which had agreed to drop its case against the software giant.
Hispanic Work-Related Accident Rates Highest in U.S.
Hispanic workers in the United States have a higher on-the-job death rate than Anglo or African-American workers, principally because they work at higher-risk jobs, The New York Times reported Monday.
New York's Hispanic Media Look to Gain Greater Share of Advertising Money
With New York’s Hispanic population on the rise and two Latino candidates locked in tough mayoral primaries, local Spanish-language media are hoping to grab a hefty share of the $35 million of political ad money that may be spent this year.
USSPI Targets Hispanics with Expanded Newspaper Network
U.S. Suburban Press Inc. (USSPI) has launched a Hispanic Newspaper Network that will enable advertisers to pinpoint market to the fast-growing U.S. Hispanic population, according to company officials.
Find bilingual professionals with a job posting on the Hispanic Business Career Center. Click here for more information.
More than ever before, Hispanic women are rising to the top of the corporate hierarchy. HISPANIC BUSINESS® magazine features a directory of the Top 50 Hispanic Women in Business. You can browse the directory by clicking here.
Top 50 Advertisers in the Hispanic Market, 2000
contains quantitative data and a qualitative analysis on the U.S. Hispanic
market. It allows researchers and business planners to access data on the Hispanic market.
HireDiversity.com, the recruiting branch of the family, offers an efficient place for minority job-seekers and diversity-minded employers to meet. The site also offers an array of diversity news.
SuperOnda.com is the site of the sister magazine of HISPANIC BUSINESS
If this newsletter was passed on to you, and you want to
subscribe, please register here:
To unsubscribe, go to:
http://hbinc.com/u4hb.asp#unsubscribe , then enter your email and hit "Unsubscribe."