Microsoft Corp. has launched a 14-city Build Your Business Tour, offering free workshops to African-American and Hispanic small-business owners across the country to demonstrate the benefits of technology.
McDonald's Corporation has named Rey B. Gonzalez Assistant Vice President of Diversity. His primary responsibilities will focus on management and development of U.S. External Diversity Partnerships, including related philanthropic and employment initiatives.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Mandating the inclusion of a digital television (DTV) tuner in every television set-as proposed by broadcasters-will result in increased costs and severely limit consumer choice, the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) reiterated today.