Telemundo plans to pour money and manpower into its entertainment cable channel, mun2, as the competition for young, bilingual Hispanic TV viewers intensifies.
What slim hope the Democrats have of winning the booming desert state of Arizona rests with the likes of Arcadio Borboa and his four children, who are part of the state's Hispanic population.
A recent survey by The International Council of Shopping Centers says Hispanics frequent malls more than other ethnic groups and tend to stay the longest.
Though she's no longer bound by prison walls in Chihuahua, famous pop singer Gloria Trevi is far from liberated.
Today's release of the movie "Motorcycle Diaries" may shed some light on the topic for the scores of teens flocking to malls to buy anything baring the iconic image of a young Guevara staring into the distance. Products range from an $8 keychain to a $20 T-shirt to a $35 messenger bag.
With less than two weeks left to register voters, Gilbert Elizondo and his band of volunteers are hitting the pavement hard in the South Valley to sign up new voters.
Latin America's largest economic powerhouses, Mexico and Brazil, are enjoying a real estate revival that neither country has seen in years.
Gwinnett County is home to 92,754 Hispanics, more than any other county in Georgia, according to census estimates released last month. And 66,000 residents said they were born in Latin America. As a result, there's no shortage of entrepreneurs trying to harness the Latino dollar.
While unveiling a big makeover yesterday at the scandalized Spanish-language daily Hoy, the paper also appealed for someone to run the place here.
Colorado may be a Republican-leaning state, but voters so far prefer Democratic Attorney General Ken Salazar over beer baron Pete Coors in the high-stakes U.S. Senate race.
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
Aggressive voter registration efforts seek to boost Hispanic turnout at the polls in November and, if successful, could play a deciding factor in this year's race for the White House.
Franchise industry finds Hispanics a growing force for the future.
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