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Spanish-language cinema made its best-ever showing at this year's Oscar ceremonies, not only because a feature by a Chilean-born Spaniard won best foreign film but because of the breadth of categories in which Hispanics competed.
A growing list of retailers, including Wal-Mart, The Home Depot and Federated Department Stores, are actively recruiting bilingual workers to help tap into the increasing buying power of Hispanics.
Publix Super Markets Inc. may be considering delving deeper into the Hispanic market, but officials aren't saying yet just what approach the Lakeland-based grocery store chain will take.
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At the fifth anniversary of the popping of the Internet bubble, a long shadow remains over businesses and the economy: The cycle of creative destruction is not yet complete.
Business ownership rates among minorities rose significantly in the United States during the 1980s and '90s, but those businesses remain somewhat more fragile than those owned by whites, a study released Wednesday suggests.
Sens. Mel Martinez of Florida and Ken Salazar of Colorado, the only two Hispanics in the Senate, have already forged a friendship and say they plan to work together-- a bond that could help bridge partisan divisions teeming in Congress.
Though the Mexican lower house passed a measure providing for voting from abroad by emigrants in next year's presidential election, senators now considering the matter say logistics for bringing it off appear problematic.
The Bush administration, after four years of moving free trade deals through Congress, faces its toughest test in trying to bring six Latin American countries into the open U.S. market that now includes Mexico and Canada.
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From 2000-2004, dollars spent by the top-50 advertisers to reach the U.S. Hispanic market grew from $658.37 million to $1.23 billion, according to a new HispanTelligence research report.
For more than two decades, the Hispanic Business 500 has served as a barometer of the U.S. Hispanic economy. The 2004 directory of Hispanic-owned firms tells a story of consistently improving weather.
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