Congressional Democrats in the Hispanic caucus are accusing the White House of neglecting Latinos.
HispanicAction.com, a new "527" organization, today launched a major push to increase the number of Hispanic voters in key battleground states including Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada and Florida.
President George W. Bush on Wednesday kicked off Hispanic Heritage Month by attending a flamenco performance at the White House, while Democrats charged that under his administration Latinos have had "little to celebrate."
Unlike blacks, who are overwhelmingly Democratic, Latinos are a little more mysterious with their intentions at the polls. In a year in which politicians expect to live or die by the swing vote, Hispanic voters are like catnip to the presidential candidates.
Elia Lemke's immigrant parents opened a Mexican grocery store in Moline, Ill., because they wanted to secure a better future for themselves and their four children. Now, Lemke is taking what she inherited from her folks to another level.
Held in San Francisco, the fair was sponsored by the Northern California Supplier Development Council, a San Rafael organization that holds regular events that have helped small businesses land contracts with large companies. Other backers this year include the city and county of San Francisco and Intel.
A new magazine aimed at the state's growing population of Hispanic residents debuted last weekend with a splash at Denver's celebration of Mexican Independence Day.
Direct Response Financial Services, Inc., an innovator of payment card systems, today announced that it has restructured its business operations to focus on and pursue a market opportunity to serve the needs of the un-banked and under-banked Latino population in the United States.
Expanded commitment builds on existing 18 stations already carrying Spanish-Language programming.
The National Hispanic University, located in San Jose, Calif., on Friday dedicated the first new building on its East San Jose campus. National Hispanic University serves students of all ethnicities, though nearly 80 percent of undergraduates are Hispanic.
Researchers at the University of Illinois in Chicago have confirmed what many high-tech workers have long suspected: The job market for technology workers remains bleak, years after the U.S. recession officially ended in late 2001.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
While New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson won't become the first Hispanic vice-presidential candidate for a major party in 2004, by making the short list of VP potentials he leaves a footprint for other Hispanics to follow.
Building momentum in an effort to break the investment barriers faced by the U.S. Hispanic economy, several high-level proposals are taking aim at carving new capital channels to companies.
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