U.S. durable goods orders jumped 3.3 percent in April, about twice the gain economists had expected, the U.S. Commerce Department said Friday.
Incoming Procter & Gamble boss A.G. Lafley said it was
"duty" that persuaded him to return to his former job at the consumer goods
Joseph Castro, vice chancellor at U.C. San Francisco, has been appointed the first Hispanic president in Fresno State University's 102-year history.
Electric vehicle maker Tesla Motors
announced it paid back its $465 million government loan
early, giving a boost for the Obama administration and federal clean-tech programs.
Ford said it plans to produce 3.4 million vehicles this year, the Los Angeles
Times reported Wednesday.
Arts & Entertainment
Jennifer Lopez flexed her Latina power this week in Las Vegas, as she announced her new endeavor during CTIA 2013, a mobile technology conference presented by CTIA–The Wireless Association.
Texas Workforce Upper Rio Grande has joined forces with federal, state
and public institutions with a goal of targeting manufacturers willing to expand
and create more jobs.
The 2013 Top 25 Hispanic Nonfprofits continued to grow in both expenditures and revenues in 2012, and social entrepreneurs and social enterprises intend to keep that trend going.
President Obama asked Atty. Gen. Eric H. Holder Jr. to review Justice Department
guidelines on journalists and their sources, saying reporters "should not be at legal risk for doing their jobs."
Hamilton Green Action members will try
to utilize existing organizations and events to advance the agenda of making
this Ohio burg the "greenest little city in America."
Microsoft's Xbox One entertainment console will go on sale later this year for an undisclosed price.
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