Latino-owned businesses have changed the face of many DC and Virginia-area neighborhoods, as Hispanic mom-and-pop stores have filled once-abandoned buildings and brought commerce back to some neighborhoods.
Former Vice President Al Gore, who lost the 2000 presidential election by 537 votes in Florida, on Saturday called Miami-Dade County Mayor Alex Penelas "the single most treacherous and dishonest person I dealt with during the campaign anywhere in America."
Celebrating 75 years of progress in civil rights and education, Texas Hispanics gathered at the Wyndham Arlington Hotel on Thursday to open the annual state convention of LULAC, the League of United Latin American Citizens.
The Bush administration hailed Friday's report on the job market as an "encouraging" sign of a strong economic recovery, while Democratic presidential rival John Kerry's campaign said many are still struggling.
Mexican and Latin American immigrants living in the United States will send $30 billion to their relatives back home in 2004, according to a new survey by the Inter-American Development Bank.
Frustrated City Council members gathered outside the headquarters of the Nielsen ratings firm yesterday to protest today's launch of a controversial new way of measuring TV audiences.
No fewer than five networks debuted their fall television programming here last month with the growing Hispanic market of 41 million as their huge commercial bulls-eye.
Former Housing Secretary Mel Martinez is counting on his fellow Cuban-Americans in South Florida and the big Orlando-area Puerto Rican community he once served to push him to victory in the Republican primary for the U.S. Senate race.
Bush's nod to the hard-liners in the exile community -- a further restriction on travel to the island and a clamp-down on those who can receive cash assistance from U.S. relatives -- has touched off an emotionally charged backlash.
Miami-based GolTV, the first and only bilingual television channel broadcasting 100 percent soccer in the U.S., announced that it has hired Newlink Communications Group for its consumer outreach efforts in the U.S. and U.S. Hispanic markets.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
For the first time, three companies top a key revenue milestone on the Hispanic Business 500® list.
Hispanic Business 500 CONSTRUCTION: Northeast Remsco moved to the front of the pack through strategic acquisitions and slow, but steady, growth.
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