|February 14, 2005 • Volume 4, Issue #109||Home||Research||Magazine||Contact Us|
Has the time come for ethnicity to be simply a fact and not a recommendation for high office? Taking a look back at some recent history and it's main players, the answer appears to be no.
You've heard the stats: The fast-growing Hispanic population in the U.S. is 43.5 million strong, and 12.6 million Latinos are already online. Are your business systems ready for the Hispanic nation?
Carly Fiorina's departure as the nation's highest-profile female corporate executive wasn't just another firing and it has left a gaping hole in the progress of women who have broken through the glass ceiling.
President Bush wants to eliminate a program that funnels so-called micro loans to entrepreneurs, a move critics say will hurt very small businesses that depend on the financing.
A regional business analyst says Florida home and business owners who suffered physical damage to their property due to the summer's hurricanes should apply for an SBA loan--whether they need it or not.
Businesses run by women or ethnic minorities will get an edge when trying to get work from the Palm Beach County school district, board members agreed Wednesday.
Wouldn't it be great if we could require television producers to undergo some diversity training? Then maybe primetime producers would realize minorities are not just funny sidekicks to white people.
Univision Communications Inc. has named Ray Rodriguez President and Chief Operating Officer of the Company, with all of Univision's businesses reporting to Mr. Rodriguez effective immediately.
Jesus Diaz Jr. will take over as publisher of The Miami Herald and its Spanish-language sister newspaper, El Nuevo Herald, this summer, parent company Knight Ridder Inc. announced Tuesday.
U.S. Hispanic purchasing power has surged to nearly $700 billion and is projected to reach as much as $1 trillion by 2010.
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