Vinton G. Cerf, senior vice president of Internet Architecture and Technology for WorldCom, will deliver the keynote address on the "The Future of Technology" at the Technology Luncheon on Wednesday, April 25 at the NAB2001 convention in Las Vegas.

Quepasa.com announced that its common stock has been delisted from the Nasdaq National Market.

Latin Venture announced that it has finalized its list of distinguished speakers and panelists for its first wireless telecommunications and Internet conference, Vamos Wireless! 2001.

To enhance its service to the explosive growth taking place in Latin America's telecommunications and Internet markets the Yankee Group is opening its office in Miami on February 1, 2001.

i-DealFlow, a national coalition of businesses and organizations, announced a plan to increase and facilitate new venture capital investment in minority-led companies by bringing them face-to-face with venture capitalists.

To mark the approach of 2001 the World Future Society has published a special report on 50 major trends that will shape life in the twenty-first century.

Gracias Doctor Solutions announced that the National Institutes of Health (NIH) awarded the technology company with a contract to develop and maintain the Spanish website of the Institutes.

Citibank Mexico announced the launch of its e-Business products in the country, facilitating economic, commercial and financial activities for its clients and providing higher levels of effectiveness in their transactions.

Recognizing the unique needs of the Hispanic market segment, Chase launched its new bilingual website, BancoChase.com.

To mark the year 2001--the true start of the Third Millennium--the editors of The Futurist magazine have selected their annual "top 10" forecasts for the future.

Decreasing dot-com spending will only temporarily pause online marketing's growth.

Ethnic groups in the U.S. will spend $41 billion on local, long distance, wireless and Internet services this year, representing nearly 30 percent of the total telecommunications consumer marketplace, says a new report by Insight Research.

Univision Online, Inc. announced that Ms. Reyna Lazo, 43, of North Hollywood, CA, has won the Macy's West and Univision.com "Internet Start Up" Sweepstakes.

The new year highlights several activities supporting Denny's ongoing commitment to serving the Hispanic communities in which it operates.

Procter & Gamble announced they have reached agreement to form a new business that will provide other companies with best-practice marketing know-how and practical marketing applications and tools via a global technology infrastructure.

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