|February 22, 2005 • Volume 4, Issue #110||Home||Research||Magazine||Contact Us|
President Bush is working to build support for the Central American Free Trade Agreement with a focus on boosting economic ties in the face of rising competition from China and mobilizing support from U.S. Hispanics.
The U.S. Small Business Administration is tinkering with the question of how "small" is a small business, and the answer could force little companies to battle behemoths for hefty government contracts.
Is America's entrepreneurial spirit eroding? Over the years, the question has been raised at conferences of would-be entrepreneurs, in B-school entrepreneurship classes, and by the business media.
As South Florida business owners expand, many are struggling to compete for workers against larger firms that can more easily offer a rich array of health and retirement benefits.
In an age where every pop star and her mother has her own clothing collection, it's surprising that an already established icon like Lopez is upping the ante with an upscale line (labeled Sweetface, a name she says an old agent used to call her) and a splashy fashion show.
A new Miami company, Movida Communications, Inc., has cut a deal with Sprint Corp. and will offer wireless phone service to the Hispanic market in the U.S.
Growth expected to outpace Hispanic broadcast media and almost double mainstream media in general, according to Advertising Age Magazine.
Despite many millions of U.S. Hispanics whose first language is English, the country's main television networks virtually ignored Latino issues during last year's electoral campaign, a new study shows.
Mexican TV powerhouse Televisa has forbidden its stable of stars to appear in shows and specials produced by Univision Communications, the dominant broadcaster for the U.S. Hispanic market.
The number of Hispanic-owned businesses in the United States is expected to reach 2 million and generate revenues totaling $273.81 billion in 2004.
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Slower growth, higher interest rates, and moderate inflation is projected.
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