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Grupo Gigante Buys Remaining Stake in Office Depot de Mexico

Mexican diversified retailer Grupo Gigante said Tuesday it was acquiring the 50 percent of Office Depot de Mexico it did not already own for 8.77 billion pesos ($689 million). continue reading »

Spanish Inflation Rate Falls to 1.4%, Lowest Since March 2010

A drop in electricity rates and fuel prices pushed Spain's year-on-year inflation rate down by one percentage point to 1.4 percent in April, the lowest level since March 2010, the National Statistics Institute, or INE, said Tuesday. continue reading »

PM Rajoy: Spanish Government Will Revise 2013 Economic Outlook

Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy said Wednesday that his government will almost certainly revise its economic outlook for 2013. He made the remarks in Parliament to the leader of the main opposition Socialists continue reading »

US Unemployment Rate Drops to 7.7 Percent in February 2013

The U.S. unemployment rate fell two-tenths of a percent in February to 7.7 percent, as 236,000 net jobs were created, the Labor Department said Friday. Economists had been expecting the creation of just 157,000 net continue reading »

Record High for Wall Street

Supported by the massive monetary stimulus of the Federal Reserve and a gradual recovery in the world's largest economy, the New York Stock Exchange's benchmark in continue reading »

Brazil and Russia Sign Deals to Increase Bilateral Trade

Brazil and Russia signed a series of agreements Wednesday aimed at increasing annual trade flows between two of the world's largest emerging economies from $5.9 billion to at least $10 billion in the coming years. continue reading »

Spain’s Foreign Minister in Japan Hoping to Improve Economic Growth

Spain is looking to Japan as an ally for achieving economic growth via the "creation of joint enterprises" in areas of common interest, Spanish Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo told Efe Wednesday. continue reading »

Tech Company Dell Going Private with $24.4 Billion Payout

Computer maker Dell Inc. on Tuesday announced its exit from the stock market in a $24.4 billion buyout led by company founder and CEO Michael Dell. Dell shareholders will receive $13.65 per share, which repr continue reading »

Branding Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

The more of your own unique qualities you can build into your brand, the better off your business will be. Entrepreneurs have always focused on building the brand names of their companie continue reading »

Spanish Unemployment Rate Now Over 26%

Spain's unemployment rate hit 26.02 percent in 2012, with more than 5.9 million people jobless, the Spanish National Statistics Institute, or INE, said Thursday. A total of 187,300 people were added to jobless rolls in the fourth quarter of continue reading »

Adsmovil and RedMas Merger Creates Largest Mobile Ad Network in the Americas

The Cisneros Group of Companies today announced the creation of the largest mobile ad network serving the Americas by merging the mobile business of RedMas, Cisneros' digital media unit continue reading »

Honda Considering Moving Fit Production to Mexico

Japanese automaker Honda Motor Co. is studying the possibility of moving production of its Fit model destined for the U.S. market from its plant in Japan to Mexico in 2014, the Nikkei business daily reported Wednesday. continue reading »

Financial Health - What’s in Your Credit Report?  (INFOGRAPHIC)

Thinking of buying a house? Or just trying to rent a car? Are you worried about your credit score because you’ve made some late credit card payments? You are not alone! But find out what actually goes into your credit report! continue reading »

What You Should Know Before Buying Life Insurance

Three in 10 American households are uninsured and half say they need more life insurance, according to the LIFE Foundation, a nonprofit organization that works to educate people about the importance insurance in protecting their financial futures. continue reading »

Undocumented Immigrants Could Add Billions in Tax Revenues at the State Level

New study shows the stakes are high in Arizona, Texas, Florida, and other states; Path to citizenship makes economic sense for states - A new report released by the Center for American Progress shows that providing immigrants pa continue reading »

Hispanic Media Icon Cristina Saralegui to Accept USHCC’s Ultimate Latina Award

The USHCC announces that Cristina Saralegui, renowned Latina entrepreneur and media mogul will headline its Ultimate Latina Luncheon. The event will take place as part of the USHCC's 33 continue reading »

Planet Pulp Ushers Into the USA- Six Refreshing Flavors For Any Occasion

Paraguay’s famous Planet Pulp now bottled and sold in the United States! Whether it's a backyard barbeque, a day on the golf course, or just a little break at t continue reading »

Many Hispanic Families Leaving Themselves Financially Unprotected Should the Unexpected Happen

Study indicates that while the majority of Hispanics believe they personally need life insurance, other financial priorities are winning out - A recent study indicates that Hispanics, more than the general continue reading »

Goya Foods Announces Groundbreaking Of New 615,000-Square-Foot Headquarters In Jersey City

Goya President Bob Unanue, Goya Executive VP Peter Unanue, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, Mayor of Jersey City Jerramiah Healy, & The Rockefeller Group President/CEO Kevin R. Hackett To Celebrate Next Phase of Construction at Ceremonial Groundbreaking continue reading »

Justice Department Reaches Lending Discrimination Settlement with GFI Mortgage Bankers Inc.

GFI Mortgage Bankers Inc., a large independent home mortgage firm that concentrates on the New York, New Jersey, and Florida markets, will pay $3.555 million to resolve a lending discrimination lawsuit filed by the Department of continue reading »