In the first week of their head-to-head matchup, both candidates for the White House were already trying to appeal to Hispanic voters, an up-for-grabs constituency that could determine the outcome in several crucial swing states.
Black and Hispanic borrowers are much more likely than whites to deal with subprime lenders when refinancing their homes, increasing the cost of borrowing, according to a new study by a community advocacy group.
The network wanted to move away from imported telenovelas -- the soap opera-like programs that dominate Latin TV's primetime schedules -- to create its own original shows. Currently, Telemundo is producing 75 percent of its primetime programs.
Gery Chico has failed in his attempts to turn his campaign into a Hispanic cause to elect "one of our own" to the Senate. On March 16, Illinois' Hispanic voters likely will split evenly among the Democrats and even a few of the eight Republicans seeking the Senate seat.
The United States has made a concession to Mexico on immigration, agreeing to exempt millions of short-term visitors from the country from the strict new security checks imposed at its borders in the wake of the September 11th attacks.
Gov. Mark R. Warner yesterday appointed the first Hispanic member of the Virginia Board of Education.
Thousand of illegal-immigrant Hispanic mothers get flagged by the INS every year, so why is the media making such a fuss over one Northern California woman that got sent back to Russia?
The $1.1 million increase is a small fraction of the $2.1 billion in "major increases" offered by the $26.3 billion plan, but it constitutes a marked reversal from last year, when the same programs were threatened with cuts.
About a year ago, Enrique Lopez thought putting out a small newspaper would help him market his thriving DJ business, Divine Productions. So Latino Voice was born.
Democratic presidential nominee Senator John Kerry on Wednesday launched his quest for a vice-presidential running-mate for the November election, with Senator John Edwards and Governor Bill Richardson among the favorites.
From the current issue of
Hispanic Business Magazine...
From micro-loans to SBA programs, banks are slowly waking up to the possibilities of the Hispanic market.
Hispanics have lagged in the private-equity market, but experts offer ways to improve the chances of finding financing.
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