Dow Jones & Company and Hoy, published by Tribune Company, announced today that they have entered an agreement to publish a new weekly section, written and produced by The Wall Street Journal, for the New York, Chicago and Los Angeles editions of Hoy.
As some minorities accuse the Democratic National Convention of not hiring enough black, Hispanic, or Asian contractors, records show the convention relied heavily on two politically connected white-owned firms for early preparations.
The idea of Hispanic home ownership is no pipe dream, says Al Penaranda, a real estate appraiser by trade. But convincing both lending institutions and prospective buyers of the need to reach this growing market and the feasibility of ownership presents its own set of challenges.
For Chris Hartmann, whose import business was built to serve the Hispanic market, success comes from forcasting that Hispanics and mainstream Americans buy different health and beauty products.
Tommy Hilfiger Corporation announced today the appointment of two new independent members to serve on its Board of Directors. Mr. Mario L. Baeza and Ms. Jerri DeVard have joined the Board as of February 2, 2004, bringing the total Board size to eight members, five of whom are independent
A young technology entrepreneur who helped revitalize the local work force development board will lead the Hispanic Chamber this year on a new mission to foster a better-skilled work force for area companies.
President Bush's proposed budget for fiscal year 2005 would severely cut loans to small businesses and reduce funding to the Small Business Administration by over 10 percent.
Urban Latino -- with its glimpses of DJs and designers, low-riders and Los Lobos, filmmakers and food -- is at the heart of a cultural whirlwind storming through the world of Hispanic media these days.
Venezuelan Barbara Palacios, a former Miss Universe, has become the latest in a string of high-profile Hispanics to join forces with major retailers whose image has been more apple pie than empanada.
Franchising in the United States gives entrepreneurs access to the great American Dream by providing an opportunity to turn their business into a competitive growth organization. But does this kind of success only come to businesses that originate in the United States?
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