Sao Paulo-based Fispal, which organizes the largest food industry expo in Latin America, is planning its first food trade show in the United States to offer Latin American treats to U.S. supermarkets, distributors and other buyers.
In coming weeks, Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. John Kerry will attempt to overcome the advantage that President George W. Bush - with more time and money to work with - has been able to secure with Hispanic voters in the United States.
Nielsen Media Research, which is bracing for a new found of attacks against its local people meter rollout from an influential pressure group, Monday announced a step intended to dispel some concerns over the accuracy of its measurement of ethnic viewers.
Irvine-based Mendoza, Dillon & Asociados Inc. hopes to help client Unilever Group's Bestfoods tap into the growing U.S. Hispanic market.
Would-be entrepreneurs would find it costlier and likely harder to get federal loans under a White House plan that has some lenders, Congress members, and small-business advocates worried.
The San Antonio Express-News is launching a new product today, a bilingual weekly newspaper called Conexion that will be sold by subscription and at newsstands.
Cingular Wireless, Mott's and Volkswagen launch new Hispanic-market campaigns.
Congressional Democrats unveiled broad immigration legislation Tuesday that is more likely to cement election-year battle lines than to overhaul the immigration system as both parties vie for the allegiance of an ever-growing bloc of Hispanic voters.
As part of Cinco de Mayo festivities, eight distinguished Latinos were honored in the California Assembly on Monday for contributions to music, poetry, literature, journalism and entertainment.
Two decades' growth in the supply of immigrant workers cost native-born American men an average $1,700 in annual wages by the year 2000, a top economist has concluded.
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