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The HISPANIC BUSINESS 500 DEADLINE APPROACHING: Complete and return the 2005 HISPANIC BUSINESS Company Profile form to be considered for the Hispanic Business 500 and two other prestigious Hispanic Business directories- the Hispanic Business Fastest-Growing 100® and Entrepreneur of the Year Awards.
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Aside from the obvious daily costs of running a small business (travel, entertainment, office supplies), there is a list of other tax breaks for which you might be eligible. Here's a glimpse at some deductions you might not know about.
Despite toughened border safeguards in the aftermath of 9-11, the population of illegal immigrants in the United States has edged steadily upward to nearly 11 million, with Texas accounting for a large share of the increase.
With corporate financial scandals at Enron, WorldCom, Qwest and other public companies prompting widespread distrust of all chief executives, the job has become harder than it has ever been.
Any small-business owner can seek out free assistance from local colleges and business schools, but it takes some preparation to get the most out of the experience. Here are some guidelines on how to get the most out of your local campus.
While mothers used to pass on their recipes and pearls to their daughters, today's moms are handing down their work ethic, their entrepreneurial spirit and their businesses. Hispanic women in particular are leading the way.
Few family businesses will survive through a second generation and not even 1 out of 10 will make it through a third generation. Shouldn't younger-generation members know that they can make it on their own if they have to?
Nielsen Media Research, the company with a monopoly on measuring TV viewing habits, has outlined several steps to better reflect the television viewing habits of Hispanics and blacks, including paying families more to measure what they watch.
After months of test marketing in Dallas, Houston, San Antonio and several other heavily Hispanic markets, PepsiCo has announced the roll out of new drinks aimed at quenching the thirst of Hispanics nationwide.
Hispanics contribute more than $55 billion to the New York area's aggregate income -- another key characteristic that differentiates the area's Hispanic community and its high concentration of wealth.
The wholesale industry accounts for 3.6 percent of all Hispanic-owned firms and generates more than 22 percent of all sales.
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