A ratio of 2-in-3 U.S. householders (69.8 million or 66.2 percent) owned their homes last year, according to new analysis of Census 2000 data released by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

U.S. auto sales are on course this year to challenge historic sales levels, according to J.D. Power and Associates.

U.S. automakers continue to dominate the midsize SUV segment, according to a Power Information Network Market Assessment Study released by J.D. Power and Associates.

The buying power of African Americans in the United States is expected to increase nearly 30% to $682 billion in the next 5 years, according to The U.S. African American Market, a new research report published by Packaged Facts.

A surprising 81% of U.S. Chief Executive Officers say their existing crisis management plans were inadequate to handle

Approximately 200 community leaders will gather in Philadelphia in February to discuss ways to promote economic growth in America's inner cities through entrepreneurship and business incubation.

While media and public attention are focused on the 2.9 million net jobs that have been lost in nine job sectors since September 2000, the U.S.

quepasa.com, Inc. announced that it received a decision of the American Arbitration Association in the arbitration proceeding it initiated against Telemundo Network Group LLC (Telemundo) in February 2001. In accordance with the

Interep recently compiled a research review and brand analysis on the benefits of maintaining or increasing advertising spending during periods of recession, entitled “The Power of Advertising Through Recessions: From Oxydol to Dell.”

Leap Wireless International, Inc. announced that it has introduced simple, affordable international long distance to anywhere in Mexico for just 18 cents a minute.

Despite forecasts of gloom, holiday shoppers are planning to spend the same amount as they did last year, according to new Accenture research. Shoppers hope to spend their holiday dollars on sale items, and most will turn to physical stores as their first choice of shopping venue.

Roughly 36 million households in the United States own a video-game console; this is up from approximately 34 million a year ago, according to the Yankee Group's recently completed Technologically Advanced Family (TAF) Survey.

The greatest share of holiday shoppers (29%) will do most of their gift buying in the first two weeks of December, according to the International Mass Retail Association’s first weekly holiday 2001 shopping survey.

Forrester Research in conjunction with Greenfield Online, announced the results of the latest Forrester Online Retail Index. According to the 22nd survey in this monthly series, total US spending on online sales decreased from $4.0 billion in September to $3.6 billion in October.

The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce recognized Royal Caribbean International as the Hispanic Marketer of the Year.