Kraft Foods will move its Latin American division to Coral Gables from New York, the company said Tuesday.
Mexican President Vicente Fox said Tuesday he plans to discuss guest-worker proposals, North American economic interests and threatened Latin American democracies when he meets with President Bush at his Crawford, Texas, ranch this weekend.
Months of growing tensions over the Bush administration's approach to Cuba are taking a toll on the president's standing among Cuban Americans -- one of the Republican Party's most crucial voting groups in Florida -- just as his reelection campaign is getting underway, according to a new poll.
Hialeah-based Telemundo is opening an office in Mexico City in a drive to drum up advertising sales by Mexican companies eager to reach the U.S. Hispanic market.
A Richmond delegate has lashed out at plans by the legislature to eliminate the Virginia Department of Minority Business Enterprise.
La Agencia de Orcí & Asociados, one of the largest independently owned Hispanic marketing agencies in the country, today announced they have been chosen as the agency of record for La Opinión, the leading Spanish-language newspaper in Los Angeles.
Racists in America must be having a field day: At long last, they have found a world-renowned intellectual -- Harvard's Academy for International and Area Studies Chairman Samuel Huntington -- to rationalize their resentment against America's rapidly growing Hispanic community.
Democrats in Florida and Washington are devising an aggressive strategy to court typically Republican Cuban-American voters, hoping to exploit a festering rift between President Bush and some exile leaders who say the administration has failed to deliver on campaign promises.
Taking a cue from the Kansas City Royals, the Chicago White Sox turned to an enthusiastic man of Hispanic descent when they concluded their managerial search during the offseason. And so Ozzie Guillen was added to a division that already featured Tony Pena, the reigning American League Manager of the Year.
During his meetings at the Special Summit of the Americas on Jan. 13, President Bush called for reducing the cost of sending money to home countries in Latin America (remittances) by 50 percent by 2008.
From the current issue of
Hispanic Business Magazine...
Hispanics hold 96 board seats at Fortune 500 corporations, or about 1.6 percent of the available spots.
Continued from the January/February issue of Hispanic Business magazine, listed are the 25 additional elite businesspeople who round out the 2004 Corporate Elite.
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