Democrats looking for ways to win Florida and the White House in November have found a new card to play in the hard-voting Cuban community, thanks to a recent controversial policy decision by President Bush.
The workplace has become America's melting pot, and the resulting exposure to difference and the tolerance is a powerful economic force.
When Univision anchor Jorge Ramos toured the country to promote his book "The Other Face of America," about immigrants' experiences here, Hispanic readers kept gently scolding him about the title.
A group of Hispanic business entrepreneurs began publishing La Voz del Treasure Coast, a free weekly Spanish-language newspaper, in late January.
Higher-than-expected immigration, both legal and illegal, is a major reason some economists expect the housing market to stay strong as mortgage rates rise from their lowest level in decades and the baby boomers begin retiring, putting homes on the market.
Minority journalists are underrepresented at newspapers' Washington bureaus, compared with minorities' proportion of the U.S. population, according to a study released Wednesday.
Leaders of Bush's campaign are hoping to get the minority votes that could spell the difference in key states in the November election. The GOP plans to announce that delegations to the party's upcoming national convention will be the "most diverse" in history.
In his new role as president of McDonald's U.S.A., Alvarez becomes the highest-ranking Hispanic at McDonald's.
The Spanish financial group BBVA said it has boosted its presence in the U.S. Hispanic market over the past several months through its Mexican affiliate Bancomer, company executives said Tuesday.
U.S. Hispanic TV networks are reportedly using dialogue coaches to teach actors to speak as Mexican news anchors speak: in accent-free neutral dialogue.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
Henry Cisneros recently rebutted a Harvard professor's contention that Hispanics are challenging America's identity. Hispanic Business offers excerpts.
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