A majority of Latino residents feel secure in New York despite the terrorist attacks and threat of anthrax, according to a research study conducted by Access Worldwide Communications, Inc.

Just a few years ago the frozen food market was perceived as having little room for opportunity or growth. However, according to the latest publication from Packaged Facts available at MarketResearch.com, The U.S.

Equitex, Inc. announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Key Financial Systems, Inc. ("Key"), and Hispanic

KIII-TV, the ABC affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas, became the first English-language station in the U.S. to subscribe to the Nielsen Hispanic Station Index (NHSI), the local Hispanic audience measurement service from Nielsen Media Research.

NFO WorldGroup's NFO InDepth Interactive and Community Connect Inc. announced an alliance to provide marketers with in-depth data on the purchasing habits, brand preferences and advertising receptiveness levels among U.S. multicultural groups.

A Cultural Compass Survey released by Leo Burnett USA takes a deep dive into consumer attitudes and behaviors post September 11, and carefully profiles four key groups through an in-depth segmentation study.

VNU announced that NetRatings, Inc., in which VNU has a 64% interest, has agreed to purchase Jupiter Media Metrix, in a transaction valued at approximately USD 71.2 million.

Five weeks after September 11, a day that involved the worst air catastrophes in the history of the United States, J.D. Power and Associates and Yahoo! Inc. report that nearly two-thirds of airline passengers are "already comfortable" with flying again.

The news: fashion pundits, designers and those fat fall editions of women's magazines have proclaimed that this year's new black is, well, black.

The labor force participation rates of mothers with infant children fell from a record-high 59 percent in 1998 to 55 percent in 2000, the first significant decline since the Census Bureau developed the indicator in 1976, according to a report released today by the Commerce Department's agency.

Nearly 100% of teens agreed that they are more proud to be an American now, according to an online survey of 512 youths who are among Seventeen's Trendcasters.

Nielsen Media Research and Kantar Media Research announced an agreement whereby audience information from their respective television and magazine databases will be merged into a single database. The new service, for media planners and buyers, is the first of its kind in the United States.

Scarborough Research is offering an expanded national database that provides detailed insight into American consumer lifestyles.

Arbitron Inc. released its annual update of population estimates for its 285 radio markets across the United States. This update covers total, black and Hispanic populations for persons age 12 and older and will be used for the Fall 2001 survey.

The "baby boom" propelled the largest percentage increases of any age group in the 1990-2000 decade, an analysis of Census 2000 data by the Commerce Department's Census Bureau. (The baby boom refers to people born in the post-World War II period from 1946 through 1964.)