New America Alliance (NAA) joined Congress on Thursday, July 15th, as it broke new ground when it examined the state of American Latinos and all minorities in the financial services sector.
Mirroring the demographic transformation of the USA, American farming is becoming more diverse. There is a marked increase in the number of women and Hispanics who are "principal operators" -- those who run the farm.
The SBA has developed four Spanish-language brochures with information on topics such as starting a business, finding resources for women-owned businesses and financing.
Picking the wrong name for a business or product could land you on the receiving end of a costly suit, as patent attorney Michael Neustel explains.
Arizona Daily Star columnist Ernesto Portillo Jr. has been named print journalist of the year by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
The Justice Department suit alleged that First American Bank intentionally discriminated by making few home mortgage, small-business, and consumer loans in African-American and Hispanic neighborhoods, a practice known as redlining.
The Kerry and Bush presidential campaigns spent this week trading salvos over "values" issues that have been in the political spotlight lately -- mainly economy and jobs.
An online broadcaster of Latin music has joined the popular voter outreach group Rock the Vote to appeal to young Hispanic voters in the United States.
Peter Camejo might not be a familiar name, but he is making political history by becoming the first Hispanic to run for vice president of the United States.
An agency that provides technical assistance to small businesses is dedicating $500,000 from a Small Business Administration microloan pool for Ventura County, Calif.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
To mark the magazine's 25th year, we found three families who faced the challenges of accessing capital, buying a home, building a business, and educating their children – families that form the bedrock of the Hispanic middle class.
Historical trends and analysis.
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