The 2003 U.S. Hispanic Economic Summit hosted by the Hispanic Business Magazine Board of Economists (BOE), will be held on October 16, 2003, at the Organization of American States in Washington, D.C.
Pete Moraga, a longtime Los Angeles broadcaster who worked to improve the image of Hispanics through the news media, has died. He was 77.
Republicans are stepping up their efforts to peel votes away from Democrats who historically have received the lion's share of the Latino vote. Will a smattering of Spanish do the trick? Probably not, but it certainly won't hurt.
North Hollywood resident and business entrepreneur, Patricia Reyes, last month launched ColoReyes Paper Products ™, a new company offering a colorful selection of paper products incorporating unique designs based on a regional Salvadorian painting style.
In March, the Bush administration issued two sweeping changes: Cuban Americans would be able to visit Cuba more often and without a compelling humanitarian reason, but travel permission would no longer be given for educational and cultural tours.
Should the record industry license its music to online sharing services in return for a user fee?
Latino activists said Thursday they are lobbying the Department of Justice to stop First Data Corp.'s $7.8 billion acquisition of Concord EFS Inc. because it would damage competition in the cross-border money transfer business.
A new report on the causes of California's fiscal crisis and the myths about its jobs and tax environment was released today by the Fisher Center for Real Estate and Urban Economics at UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business.
A new study by comScore Networks has fleshed out the Hispanic audience online, finding it to have a higher average income and spends more time online and viewing more pages than the overall online population.
A federal appeals court Tuesday reinstated California's governor recall election, rejecting a judge's panel decision to put it off for months. Hispanic voters make up approximately 16 percent of the state's electorate and are considered a crucial voting block.
Gov. Jim Doyle is targeting minority-owned businesses in his "Grow Wisconsin" economic recovery plan with programs and initiatives aimed at stimulating job creation and offering financial assistance.
The venture-capital industry is facing an embarrassment of riches. Venture firms have a staggering $84 billion in their coffers to invest, a near-record amount. But the flood of money could turn out to be more bane than boom.
From the current issue of
Hispanic Business Magazine...
As Hispanic leaders reach new levels of success and status, they dispel stereotypes and set the precedent for further progress.
Academics, diplomats, investors, and CEOs come together to discuss public policy at the U.S. Hispanic Economic Summit.