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Wednesday, August 13, 2003

Volume 4, Issue 32

In the news this week...

Barreto: Small Business Will Lead Economic Recovery
When the slumbering economy finally awakens, it will be small businesses making the most noise, the federal government's top small-business advocate said Thursday.

Spanish-Language Media Expand
Only a generation ago, the national Hispanic media landscape was a spare one, populated by a handful of old-line community newspapers, low-wattage AM radio stations and one struggling television network.

Latinos Find Opportunity in Free Enterprise
A recent survey of Latinos in the United States by the Pew Hispanic Center of the Kaiser Family Foundation sought to help answer some of the difficult questions that have been on the minds of many Americans since the new census numbers were released.

Tribune Publishing Launching New Spanish-Language Daily in Chicago
The Tribune Publishing group, noting the Windy City's burgeoning Hispanic population, is preparing to transform its 10-year-old Spanish-language weekly, Exito, into the daily Hoy.

Florida Minority Business Groups Join Forces
Two organizations reflecting the largest minority groups in Florida have joined forces in an effort to increase the number of minority businesses.

A Univision-ary
California billionaire Jerry Perenchio reaped a $146.7 million stock windfall Friday on his giant Hispanic network Univision Communications.

New SBDC Office Chief Ready for Challenge
The founder of the Indiana State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, which has grown to include 380 members in its brief two-year history, has a new challenge on her hands.

Bustamante Sets His Strategy
Forced to co-star with a wealthy movie actor in the topsy-turvy California recall election, Lt. Gov. Cruz Bustamante evoked their common immigrant roots even as he laid down a challenge to Arnold Schwarzenegger's aura of reform-minded outsider.

Spanish-Media Giant Near Approval
The Federal Communications Commission appears likely to approve a merger between the largest Spanish-language television network and radio chain, creating an entity that could exert a reach over its audience unrivaled in the English-speaking media industry.

Most Hispanics Value Internet As News Source
Hispanics trust and value the Internet more than other online users, and they tend to stay connected longer while at home, a new study finds.

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Hispanic Business magazine

Land of Hard Knocks
Transplanted South American entrepreneurs learn that doing business in the United States requires a whole new skill set.

Latent Power in the Middle Market
"From my own experience, the real power in most organizations lives in the middle. The middle managers can make or break a company."

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