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The Informant, Volume 4, Issue #63 -- Tuesday, March 23, 2004


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Leading Through Change Is Vital to Company Growth

Shortly after Ken Chenault took the reins as CEO and chairman of American Express, the September 11th attacks rocked the business world and forced him to reevaluate the company's plans and determine what could succeed in the midst of change.

Denver Nonprofit Lender Increases Outlays to Small Business Startups

A Denver nonprofit significantly increased the amount of money it lent to small startups last year, doling out $765,000, up from $442,000 in 2002.

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Rosenthal Takes TBWA Chiat Day 'Transcultural'

Robert Rosenthal is looking to go beyond the mere multicultural, in the age of agency consolidation and holding group purchases, to build a strong new internal Hispanic unit at TBWA/Chiat Day.

Agency News: Ace Hardware Chooses EMG; Orci Launches Lactaid Campaign

New launches, developments and contracts in Hispanic marketing and advertising.

Arizona Chamber Seeks Policy That Legalizes Crossers

The chamber wants to maintain a supply of workers for the economy while keeping the state out of the business of enforcing immigration laws.

Mexican Billionaire Carlos Slim Takes Stake in Global Crossing

Slim, Latin America's wealthiest businessman and number 17 on the Forbes list of richest in the world, took a 9.1 percent share in the Global Crossing stake of Singapore-based ST Telemedia.

Adios, 'Puerto Rican'; 'Latino' Use Grows with Diversity

In New York, Puerto Ricanness is falling out of fashion. Many groups with the term "Puerto Rican" in their name have quietly started to change it to the more inclusive "Latino."

Advisor Affirms Bush's Cuba Policy

With Democrats vowing to exploit a rift between the White House and some Cuban-American leaders, Karl Rove assured Miami GOP activists that the administration is committed to economically strangling Fidel Castro's government.

OPINION: America is Changing -- Get Used to It

When we talk about immigration changing America, we ought to talk about earlier drafts of the same story.

Business Award Goes to Plaza Santa Cecilia Builders

For almost four years, the Peter and Elizabeth Miranda have poured their money and energy into renovating and operating Plaza Santa Cecilia, a market-style shopping center in the heart of Tulsa's Hispanic business district.

Major Retailers Look to Latino Market in Los Angeles

Retailers like Walgreens and Cold Stone Creamery jumped at the chance to move into a new development that puts their businesses in a previously untapped area -- an urban neighborhood with a large Hispanic population.

Denver Businessman Receives LAEF National Leadership Award

Auto dealer Mike Shaw received the Sol Trujillo National Leadership Award at the Latin American Educational Foundation's (LAEF) gala, held March 6th at the Adams Mark Hotel in Denver.

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