Women who own fast-growth businesses are more likely than women who own slower-growing firms to access a wide range of credit sources and to borrow to finance their businesses. These fast-growth women entrepreneurs access this capital much differently than their male counterparts.

LIFEbeat, The Music Industry Fights AIDS, The Winter Music Conference and Def Mix and join forces for a party/fundraiser at South Beach hot spot Salvation, March 25, from 10PM - 5AM in honor of the 2001 Winter Music Conference.

Miami based CreatAbility has been selected as Dunkin’ Donuts Hispanic agency of record. The agency is set to launch a series of Hispanic TV and radio spots for Dunkin’ Donuts to promote the restaurants’ breakfast sandwiches as well as other products. 

The NCLR Annual Conference, considered by many to be the premier Hispanic event of the year, attracts over 15,000 participants, bringing together some of the nation’s foremost business and community leaders, government officials, and entertainers.

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Most mass retailers posted gains in comparable store sales for February, as they battled the effects of economic concerns and adverse weather conditions in some areas of the country.

Texas Electric Choice, the public education campaign created to inform Texans of their right to choose the company that provides their electricity, launched a statewide advertising blitz today with a series of television, radio and print ads.

Surveys of 400 African-American and 400 Latino drivers conducted on behalf of Nissan's Quest For Safety child safety seat program, found that parents and caregivers report high levels of car seat awareness and usage for younger children, but report much lower levels of booster seat awareness and

The purpose of this document is to provide information about changes to the questions on race and Hispanic origin that have occurred for the Census 2000.

Census 2000 results released by the Census Bureau show a racially diverse America. However, relatively few about 2.4 percent nationally took advantage of a first-ever option for respondents to identify themselves as belonging to more than one race.

The long-anticipated slowdown in economic growth finally hit in the fourth quarter of 2000, with total retail sales growth slowing to 4.2 percent over the fourth quarter of 1999, a significant drop from the 9.5 percent increase in the same period of 1999.

Burger King Corporation announced the debut of its new national broadcast advertising campaign. Entitled THE WHOPPER SAYS:, this new campaign marks the first effort of new advertising agency McCann-Erickson, targeting burger lovers.

Data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau about the nation's Hispanic population underscore the need for President Bush and the Congress to make the right choices about the nation's budget priorities, especially with respect to children and education.

Roberto Hernandez has been named Vice President Account Director at Burrell Communications in Chicago. Previously, Mr. Hernandez was VP Director of Planning at Y&R Chicago .

W32/[email protected] is a HIGH RISK virus that is spread using the Windows email program Outlook. The infected email can come from addresses that you recognize. Attached is a file named NakedWife.exe, which poses as a Flash movie.

February's unemployment level remaining unchanged from January at 4.2 percent demonstrates a continuing sign that the economic crystal ball is still cloudy, according to the Employment Policy Foundation's Chief Economist, Ron Bird.