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Target reaches out to Latino consumers
Target's spending on Spanish-language TV ads is up nearly 70 percent over the year.
Latino political clout grows in cities
The U.S. Conference of Mayors launches a new Latino Alliance chaired by Mayor Eric Garcetti of L.A., the city with the most Hispanics nationwide.
Univision grows along with Hispanics
With Hispanics projected to become the majority by 2050, one company is uniquely positioned to grow along with the demographic group.
Quinceaneras: A cherished, but costly, tradition
Many Latino families spend thousands of dollars to celebrate their daughters' "coming of age" on their 15th birthday.
'Hispanic vote' different from generation to generation
A lot of people tend to say there's the Hispanic market, or politically, there are Hispanic voters. But it really does vary on whether the respondent is an immigrant, their parents came here, or both them and their parents were born in the U.S.
Unemployment for Hispanics, African Americans remains high
A new study shows that the jobless rate for African Americans and Hispanics isn't budging despite a modest recovery in other parts of the economy.
Americans react to Obama's immigration decision
Republican Presidential hopeful Mitt Romney and President Obama will both be speaking to Hispanic leaders at a gathering in Orlando this week. The speeches come just days after the Obama Administration announced it will ease immigration laws.
Free pizza -- if you order en español
Beyond Pizza Patron’s marketing gimmicks, a plan to reach Hispanic customers.
The Latino vote surging in Texas
There's no suspense about the outcome of the Texas Republican primary, but the future of elections there might change with its population.