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NEW RESEARCH: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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As the Senate tangles over the future of the filibuster, there is concern that business-related legislation of all types could stall, crippling important initiatives that affects many American small businesses.
If you're like most entrepreneurs, you probably think you have something to say -- and a vision that will inspire your employees, colleagues, and customers. You might just need a little help getting it across.
A record number of Hispanics made their voices heard in Election 2004, with 7.6 million casting ballots, according to a preliminary analysis of a newly-released Census Bureau study conducted by the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials.
Though the political strategy is long-term, Alberto Gonzales has moved swiftly, more like a political candidate in a campaign than a Cabinet appointee, to showcase his status as the nation's first Hispanic attorney general.
Earl Graves, the founder of Black Enterprise magazine, is urging African-Americans to take their vacation business out of Mexico in the wake of President Vicente Fox's comments that "not even" blacks want the U.S. jobs taken by Mexican immigrants.
Sending money from the United States to Mexico is big business. That partially explains why Federal Reserve Bank officials are touring the country, touting their fledgling "Directo a Mexico" program, which aims to turn the process into a cheap commodity.
Arizona businesses are taking note of a call by Hispanic groups for a boycott of Arizona to protest what proponents say is an anti-Hispanic and anti-immigrant climate, as evidenced by things including the Minuteman Project along the border.
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.
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.
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