Signaling an early battle for the Hispanic vote in 2004, a centrist Democratic group today begins airing Spanish-language TV ads in Central Florida that seek to shore up support among new immigrants.
Twenty-three year old Oscar Maya, owner of a local franchise of U.S. Lawns, has faced and trimphed over several obstacles to build his half-million dollar company.
The newly formed Manhattan Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has launched its first major initiative -- a monthly program starting in January that brings in professional organizations to educate entrepreneurs.
Mario Rodriguez is stepping down as president of entertainment for Univision Television Networks to form his own a new Hispanic media company, New Skies Media.
Black and Latino legislators Tuesday joined forces in backing a national initiative to close student achievement gaps resulting from race and poverty.
The IRS comprehensive tax guide for individuals has been updated for tax year 2003 and is now available at IRS.gov.
The Bush Administration doesn't often blink, but when it does, the financial markets take notice. With world equity and currency traders jittery over the prospects of a two-front trade war with China and Europe after the U.S. imposed restrictions on some Chinese textile imports, Washington abruptly changed tack.
Americans plan to spend an average of nearly $775 on holiday gifts this year, with a growing chunk going to online retailers, an ABCNEWS poll finds.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger munched on strudel while state Sen. Gil Cedillo sipped on power juice. On the table in the governor's Santa Monica office that Friday was a law that would allow illegal immigrants to obtain driver's licenses.
The Mexican media giant, Grupo Televisa, is planning to strengthen its operations in the U.S. in 2004, as the U.S. Hispanic market has strong potential, with a double-digit growth rate.