Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the two big federally chartered financial institutions, on Tuesday increased their conforming loan limit by 3.4 percent to $333,700 for next year.
TV Azteca, S.A. de C.V. announced today that Azteca America has increased its coverage by adding two new affiliates in Denver, Colorado and Yakima-Pascoe-Richland, Washington.
Gov. Bill Richardson has to stay neutral in the 2004 race for the Democratic nomination for president because he has been tapped to chair the Democratic National Convention to pick the nominee in July in Boston.
The U.S. Congress on Tuesday approved the first law aimed at stemming the flood of unsolicited e-mail, or spam, into the inboxes of computer users.
The stereotyped catchphrase "spicy-sexy" has excited the recent love relationship between Wall Street and the U.S. Hispanic population.
In an effort to bolster the number of loans given to Hispanic entrepreneurs, the regional office of the U.S. Small Business Administration signed a partnership agreement Friday with the Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
U.S. Bank, in conjunction with the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA), is rolling out a new loan program that is geared for businesses in low-to-moderate income communities, areas with high concentrations of minority residents, and businesses owned by women, minorities and veterans that will help bolster areas that are facing economic challenges.
In 2003, California ranked 46th on the Small Business Survival Committee's (SBSC) yearly Survival Index, a state-by-state comparison that charts the relative difficulties entrepreneurs face.
Hispanic immigrants to the United States send nearly $30 billion home annually, nearly double the $17.2 billion the U.S. spent in total on foreign aid this year.
While the whole North American manufacturing base seems to be packing its bags for China, phone- and computer-headset manufacturer Plantronics (PLT) is staying in North America. For CEO Ken Kannappan, the math behind a move to China simply doesn't add up. Many employees at the Mexico plant have been working with Plantronics for decades, creating a skilled and loyal workforce that reduces costs in ways Chinese manufacturers cannot.
From the current issue of
Hispanic Business Magazine...
Different numbers lead to the same conclusion: Every year, Hispanics spend more money to buy more cars.
Maria Martinez, Microsoft's newest corporate VP, reflects on her trailblazing career in communications technology.