James Roundtree's agency has been at the center of issues related to the probe from the beginning. The Minority Business Enterprise Council, or MBEC, which certifies minority firms, came under fire last summer for certifying a controversial company run by the mayor's brother Milton.
The two -- close allies in the Iraq conflict -- were to meet and hold a dinner at the White House later Wednesday as Aznar ends a two-day visit to Washington.
President Bush recently announced the appointment of Adam Chavarria as executive director of the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanic Americans at the United States Department of Education.
The Media Economics Group of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., said Tuesday Hispanic magazines posted an average increase of 23.7 percent advertising revenue in 2003.
If Hispanic political empowerment were a game of poker, President Bush's recent talk of amending the nation's immigration laws would be reason to study Dubya to figure out whether he really has an ace up his sleeve or if he's just bluffing.
Over the past several years, the Latino community has emerged as a critical market for traditional planners and buyers, but only recently has the online sector begun taking the presence of Hispanic users as seriously.
Shot as a documentary with elements of fiction, the film captures a day in the life of a dozen Habaneros as they struggle to make ends meet amid the city's tumbled-down buildings, decaying interiors and potholed streets.
Texas A&M University President Robert Gates Friday ended the school's controversial "legacy" program that gave an admission preference to the family of alumni.
Latino support for the war in Iraq and for President George W. Bush has surged since the capture of Saddam Hussein, but Latinos remain concerned about the condition of the U.S. economy and the long-term consequences of the war.
Circuit City selected San Antonio-based Bromley Communications, an Hispanic marketing company since 1981, to lead the giant consumer electronics retailer's first formal foray in the U.S. Hispanic marketing arena.
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