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Shortage of Information for Native Speakers: Foreign Exchange

Although a lot of the information in areas such as health, medicine, business, technology, industry, laws, etc., is currently being translated into Spanish, it’s a small percentage compared to the information available in English. I came across this article (in Spanish) that discusses one example of this issue. A comm

Spanish Speakers in the U.S. are following the World Cup

June 17, 2010 1 Comment »

The World Cup is the No. 1 sporting event in the world, being even more popular and attracting more fans than the Super Bowl. Having begun just a week ago, the games will be among the top subjects of conversation throughout Spanish-speakers in the U.S (and the world) up to the finals on July 11. Soccer is […]

Latinos Working in the U.S.

If you’re thinking about immigrating to the U.S., you’ll need to inform yourself well. There are numerous sites that provide interesting facts, suggestions and comments on everything that makes up the American culture and the American way of life (at least from an immigrant’s point of view….) The w

Hispanic Consumers Want Spanish Websites

Many companies are starting to see the Hispanic market in the U.S. as an opportunity for them to increase their business. Regardless of the industry, the Hispanic community has become a mayor consumer force. And although only 1% of websites are translated into Spanish, this is likely to change soon. Hilton Hotels, for exa