Continuing the launch begun last month of the new "An Army of One" advertising campaign, the Army will unveil its second phase of advertising.

Advertising executive Maida E. Chicon has been named marketing communications director of Verizon's multicultural marketing organization.

Goya Foods, Inc. announced the appointment of Conrad Colon to the position of VP Sales & Marketing for the food giant.

Baby boomers now caring for aging parents will soon join the senior ranks themselves. What will the world of 2020 be like for this large elderly population?

To help people prepare for this fast-approaching future, 12 forecasts that describe the facts of life for an aging America:

While being rich is still the number one fantasy among kids ages eight to 17, the allure of endless buying power seems to be waning, according to the 2000 Roper Youth Report, an annual syndicated research study focused on American kids, tweens and teens.

On the heals of a new Centers For Disease Control (CDC) study showing a striking 6% rise in diabetes rates among adults in 1999, CMRI is reminding all California Medicare beneficiaries diagnosed with diabetes to see their healthcare providers for necessary annual and biennial diabetes tests.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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