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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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Retired California accountant James Gilchrist sparked a controversy by organizing The Minuteman Project. Now, a very vocal response to Gilchrist is organizing as well and the battle lines are forming fast.
HispanTelligence reports the unemployment rate for Hispanics dropped from 6.4 percent to 5.7 percent in March, with Hispanics adding 214,000 jobs and 83,000 new Hispanics joining the U.S. labor force.
Hispanics have made great strides in the fields of medicine, high technology, education, politics and entertainment. But there is a glaring absence of Hispanics in the executive offices and boardrooms of corporate America.
Diverse female candidates often miss out on opportunities in the corporate arena partly because they do not have mentors, who can play a critical role in their advancement, research shows. The good news is that this trend is changing.
Time is running out for marketers to improve their images, as outside experts in finance, technology, and law step in every day with new ways to find clarity in areas where marketers continue to babble.
For the first time in American sports history, a foreign-based club is essentially buying an expansion franchise in a top-level U.S. pro league, as the Chivas of Guadalajara prepare to unveil thier L.A. squad.
It's almost like losing a friend. You turn to that familiar radio station one morning expecting to hear rock hits, but hola!, you've got Hispanic music-- one of the fastest growing formats in the nation.
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.
Get a sneak preveiw of latest research from HispanTelligence: The U.S. Hispanic Economy in Transition: Facts, Figures, and Trends (2005 Edition) -- a comprehensive study of the emerging Hispanic market.
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