Human resources experts from around the world will meet in Mexico City later this month to discuss how the Internet is changing the way they conduct business.

Women-owned businesses in the United States totaled 5.4 million, employed 7.1 million people and generated $818.7 billion in receipts in 1997, according to a report released by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau.

NCTA cable operator members will comply voluntarily with a suspended Federal Communications Commission Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) rule as part of the industry’s efforts to improve diversity in employment, the association announced.

Large Corporations across Latin America spend on average $1.2 million per project for online Web development and e-commerce initiatives, according to a soon to be published Report by the Yankee Group.

In a salute to Coca-Cola and United Airlines, the author of the "Annual Top 10 PR Blunders List," pointed to those companies' recent news-making examples as tributes to the power of public opinion.

Layoff announcements grew six times as fast as persons actually laid-off over the last nine months, according to an analysis released by the Employment Policy Foundation.

General merchandise and apparel specialty stores weathered the gusts of March better than most, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF).

Most mass retailers posted gains in comparable store sales for March, continuing their record of increases this year even as economic concerns and cold weather dampened consumers’ shopping spirit.

The first year of this new century has been better than expected for the U.S. economy and advertising. In year 2000 U.S. advertising has been growing at the highest rate since 1984, which was also a presidential election and Summer Olympic year.

To meet local consumer needs, a new soft drink is being introduced and another is returning to Southern California. Manzana Mía, a new crisp, apple-flavored soft drink is being introduced by Coca-Cola North America and Coca-Cola Bottling Company of Southern California.

Ms. Johnnie B. Booker, a recognized expert in the field of diversity and affirmative action, has joined Coca-Cola North America as Director, Supplier Diversity. In this role, Booker will focus on developing and implementing The Coca-Cola Company’s U.S.

Women are entering male-dominated fields at increasing rates and for those who are, the payoff is big -- those women now earn the same or more than their male counterparts, according to a new analysis released from the Employment Policy Foundation.

U.S. consumers who celebrate Easter by giving presents expect to spend an average of $106.90 this year, according to the annual Easter Shopping Survey by the International Mass Retail Association.

The 42.5 million Hispanics in the U.S. and Puerto Rico have $561 - $630 billion in purchase dollars for year 2001, forecasts marketing and branding experts Carlos Santiago and Isabel Valdés, co-founders of Santiago & Valdés Solutions. However, U.S.

Recognizing a growing demand for top-notch new hires in the advertising industry, the American Advertising Federation (AAF) is launching the AAF Corporate Academy.