The Puerto Rican/Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, proud of its a new name, is looking for a new home and working to sign up more members who are not Puerto Rican.
Rep. Raul Grijalva, D-Ariz., said Saturday that the American Jobs Plan would keep United States competitive by creating the jobs of the future.
Minorities are logging on in greater numbers, making cyberspace a more ethnically diverse place, according to a new study. And blacks and Hispanics increasingly are surfing the Web for their news.
As more and more companies downsize, franchising continues to be an attractive life choice for minority men and women considering business ownership.
Immigrants are filling nearly three out of every 10 new jobs in the rebounding U.S. economy, a development that may dilute the political dividend to President Bush from an election-year recovery, a study to be released today concludes.
Two Arizona State University professors have compiled what they call an encyclopedia of the impact and influence of Hispanic personalities on U.S. popular culture.
The AOL unit of Time Warner also said that in addition to running television ads, radio spots will also break on national Hispanic radio networks.
A committee formed by the USHCC Board of Directors and Korn/Ferry International is conducting the search.
Public Service Company of New Mexico has landed the top spot in Fortune magazine's list of the 50 best U.S. companies for Hispanic employees.
America's Hispanic and Asian populations have outpaced the rest of the nation's growth by roughly four times, according to a Census Bureau report released yesterday.
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