About one in three Latinos in the United States lacks such insurance - the highest rate of any racial and ethnic group. Insurance companies, mindful of the expected growth in the Latino population, are beginning to take notice.
For dozens of minority- and women-owned businesses working with the NFL's Emerging Business Program, the memories of Super Bowl XXXVIII should be fond ones. Thus far, the NFL, its contractors and the Super Bowl's host committee have contracted to spend more than $1.8 million with 90 Houston-area firms.
A group of minority business associations have created a nonprofit organization that will audit how corporations deal with minorities and will give consumers advice about what to buy.
The Daily News' parent, MediaNews Group, has announced that on Saturday it will launch IMPACTO USA, the Los Angeles area's largest weekend home-delivered, Spanish-language newspaper.
What do you do when your business hits a slow patch? Or when a juicy contract requires expertise your firm lacks? Many small-business owners confront such scenarios almost weekly.
Miami Beach-based MTV Networks Latin America announced an ambitious expansion plan Monday with the launch of music channel VH1 and digital channels in the region while beefing up branded products and syndicated sales.
The amnesty plan has deeply offended and alienated most conservatives and Republicans and may not go anywhere anyway, but one thing it will not do is win Hispanics for Bush.
Catherine Simpson, executive director of the Fort Worth Women's Business Center, says minority- and women-owned businesses can pursue several different certifications depending on their target market.
The California wine industry is taking a belated look at a target population within the nation's borders: Hispanics.
Spanish-language TV advertising will far outpace the pack, sprinting ahead by 15.7 percent, said George Shabbab, vice president of strategy and planning for New York research firm TNS Media Intelligence/CMR.
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