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.

Hiring is up and jobless claims are down in the week (AP)

Weekly Jobless Claims Drop Sharply

The number of people applying for U.S. unemployment benefits dropped by a sharp 36,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 280,000, a sign that the job market is strengthening.

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.

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Demand for seasonal workers could reach levels not seen since before the recession (file image)

Holiday Hiring Should Be Strong This Year

Demand for seasonal workers could reach levels not seen since before the recession, thanks to increased consumer spending and job growth across industries. ...continue

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.

U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio (file photo)

Hispanics Doubt Marco Rubio's Chances

Hispanics, the fastest growing voting bloc in America and the most critical group of swing voters, don't expect either Jeb Bush or Marco Rubio to win the presidency in 2016.

Alibaba is quietly hinting at plans to expand to the U.S. (AP)

Alibaba: Today China, Tomorrow the World

As Alibaba readies what could be the biggest initial public offering ever on the New York Stock Exchange, it is quietly hinting at plans to expand into the U.S. Amazon and eBay need to watch their backs.

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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