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The Informant, Volume 4, Issue #99 -- Tuesday, November 30, 2004


Advertisers Missing out on English-dominant Hispanics

The Hispanic New York Designated Market Area

2004 Hispanic Business 500

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For Some Minorities, Business Success Is Relative

Small-business owners struggling to gather funds for a large investment might find some inspiration in a tradition that is quietly stimulating local merchant communities throughout Washington.

Help for Minority Entrepreneurs

A new program aims to help aspiring business owners reach for the stars. Kauffman Foundation director Daryl Williams explains how it works.

Building a Brand Called "Me"

"Being your own boss" is an entrepreneurial refrain, but with increasingly user-friendly and affordable technology, being your own company has become an increasingly attractive choice for those who have achieved success in their particular fields.

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Bush Taps Kellogg CEO Gutierrez To Be Next Commerce Secretary

President Bush has named Carlos Gutierrez, CEO of Kellogg Co., as his next Secretary of Commerce.

A Better Pitch to Hispanics

Bush's nomination of Gonzales offers a glance of the GOP's new message to Hispanic-Americans, Reagan-style rugged individualism and old-school FDR ethnic appeal.

Bush, Fox Discuss Immigration, Border Security

US President George W. Bush told Mexican President Vicente Fox on Sunday he remains committed to a stalled proposal that would help undocumented workers to hold jobs legally in the United States.

Arnold for President?

Some have suggested the Constitution should be amended providing for the elimination of the requirement that only native-born citizens can become president. Would you support such an amendment?

Panelists Debate Voting Acts' Link to Latino Turnout

Although many sources agree voter turnout of Latinos in the United States is increasing, experts disagree about whether federal and state voting acts should get the credit.

Tres Amigas to Lead Board

For the first time in its 15-year history, the Tucson Hispanic Chamber of Commerce has elected all women to serve in its board of directors' top three executive positions.

Contreras Named Vice President of Scripps Newspaper Operations

Mark G. Contreras, an experienced newspaper executive with an extensive background in management, advertising sales, marketing and distribution, has been named vice president of newspaper operations for The E. W. Scripps Company, effective Jan. 4.

Ethnic Media's Clout Grows

Calif. Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has a history of using alternatives to mainstream media to get his message out - but he's now breaking new ground by writing a monthly column for exclusive distribution by ethnic news organizations.

Course Empowers Business Owners

Turner Construction started a management training program in 1969 in Cleveland and has offered the course nationally in more than 100 cities, including Miami, where the course is offered once a year.

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