Half of CEOs of multinational corporations across the globe report that they have laid off staff and 46 percent have outsourced non-core functions in response to today's challenging economic environment.

ACNielsen released findings from its new Consumer Pre-View service that provide positive news for the consumer packaged goods (CPG) Industry.

General Motors' Latin America, Africa & Middle East unit (GM-LAAM) announced that in 2001 it sold 511,000 vehicles in Latin America. This figure represents a fourteen percent (14%) increase over 2000, compared to the auto industry's four percent (4%) average increase over 2000.

The results of the third annual RQ Gold study on corporate reputation reveal stability for Johnson & Johnson and Intel – both of which remained among the top 10 ranked companies -- and a downward trend in reputation for a number of companies in the technology industry.

This research report presents data showing the major demographic and socioeconomic changes in the Hispanic population of New York in the 1990s. It shows that despite gains in some areas, on average, Hispanics in New York were not significantly better-off in 2000 than in 1990.

The purpose of this paper is to examine the potential impact of the current economic downturn on Hispanic workers and families, and analyze how prepared Hispanics are for the economic recession.

Currently there are nearly 35 million Hispanics in the U.S., making them the second-largest ethnic group in the country. But the effect of the current recession on this important group is unknown.

Our online media markets aren’t very efficient, and those inefficiencies give media buyers some great opportunities - like the foreign media buy opportunity.

Kmart Corporation announced that in order to aggressively address the financial and operational challenges that have hampered its performance, the Company and 37 of its U.S. subsidiaries have filed voluntary petitions for reorganization under chapter 11 of the U.S. Bankruptcy Code.

comScore Networks announced the results of the first complete review of consumer e-commerce for the year 2001, reporting that sales at domestic online retailers surged to $53 billion for the year.

Major corporations have continued layoffs despite the holiday season, and more are expected throughout the first quarter of the New Year. The Five O'Clock Club, the nation's premier career counseling network, has prepared the following tips to help your audience survive.

When Robert Kiyosaki -- author of the best-selling books "Rich Dad, Poor Dad" and the 'Rich Dad series -- sought the legal services of Michael Lechter, a top intellectual property (IP) and patent attorney with Squire, Sanders & Dempsey in Phoenix, Arizona, he brought with him a prototype of h

Kraft Foods announced that Brian Driscoll, currently Senior Vice President of Sales and Customer Logistics for the Biscuit, Snacks & Confections Group, has been named to the newly created position of Executive Vice President, Field Sales and Integrated Logistics.

Yes, kids, that's right. It is time for my 3rd Annual trip to the Oracle of Delphi, though the Oracle isn't doing so well and few of you are interested in Borland's development language. Since '99 I've been taking a stab at making predictions in my column erstwhile written for ClickZ.