2014 Top Companies (HispanicBusiness.com)

Overview: 2014 Best Companies for Diversity

For 10 years, HispanicBusiness Inc. has published a list of the Best Companies for Diversity. The number of companies and some of the criteria for making the list have changed, but these companies remain prominent on the corporate diversity landscape.

Alibaba' pricer (AP)

Alibaba Prices IPO at $68 a Share

Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce powerhouse named after a poor woodsman who discovers a thieves' den full of treasures, priced its initial public offering at the top end of the expected price range.

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (PRNewsFoto/CHCI)

Hillary Clinton to Address CHCI Conference

Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton will provide a keynote address at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's leadership luncheon on Sept. 30.

Arts & Entertainment
Miley Cyrus could face jail time in Mexico for a flag-spanking incident (Sky News)

Miley Cyrus Wanted in Mexico - by the Cops

Miley Cyrus is facing a fine or detention in Mexico after one of her dancers spanked her butt with the national flag during an Independence Day performance.

2014 Best Schools

Overview: 2014 Best Schools for Hispanics

The 40 schools that appear in the 2014 HispanicBusiness Best Schools lists represent the cream of the crop when it comes to institutions of higher learning that reach out to Hispanic postgraduate students.

Catalonian separatists drum up support in Spain (AP)

Scotland Says No. Next up, Catalonia

Scotland's decision to stay within the U.K. cost separatists across Europe some momentum, but the regional parliament in Spain's Catalonia was still expected to grant an OK for a secession referendum.

Yahoo has hit the jackpot twice with an early investment in Alibaba (AP)

Yahoo Hits Jackpot Again on Alibaba IPO

Yahoo is making up for years of blunders with one smart move: an early investment in China's Alibaba Group that has turned into a multibillion-dollar boon.

Jonathan Dwyer arrested on charges of domestic abuse (AP)

Arizona Cardinals Deactivate Jonathan Dwyer

The Arizona Cardinals say they first learned of the domestic abuse accusations against backup running back Jonathan Dwyer on Wednesday afternoon. The team deactivated him by that evening.

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