After an arduous battle with Spanish-language broadcasters, Nielsen Media Research is finally gaining some acceptance for its new television ratings system.
There are four proposals in Congress to amend the Constitution to permit foreign-born citizens to be president, after a lengthy period of citizenship. Advocates of changing the Constitution say the current provision is out of date and un-American.
Hispanics who view themselves as white are more likely to be better educated, earn more, register to vote and vote Republican, according to a national study to be released today on how Hispanics identify racially.
A nonprofit organization aimed at helping women and minorities start businesses in the Santa Clarita and Antelope valleys has already attracted dozens of interested entrepreneurs.
In his book, "The New Mainstream: How the Multicultural Consumer is Transforming American Business," Guy Garcia describes how a coalition of minorities, who have long felt left out of the cultural mainstream in this country, are now transforming it.
Latinos, blacks and women increasingly abandoned their jobs to take the leap into self-employment last year, a government study finds.
Fewer Hispanics voted for President Bush than first reported, according to various polls. Despite adjustments, Bush still made gains in the Hispanic community, increasing his share by nearly 5 percent.
Spanish writer Rafael Sanchez Ferlosio on Thursday was awarded the 2004 Cervantes Prize, the most prestigious in Hispanic literature.
A prominent figure in the corporate governance movement in the
United States, Sean Harrigan, the president of Calpers, the largest
pension fund in the United States, was voted out of his post on
From the current issue of Hispanic Business Magazine...
Investment and advertising dollars are fueling a new round of growth across the country. But can all of the new players survive?
A Hispanic Business CEO Roundtable convenes top 2004 EOY finalists and leading financial experts to discuss making capital more readily available to innovative Hispanic companies.
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