Cal and SF State are reaching out to young Hispanics (file image)

California Universities Reach Out to Hispanics

UC Berkeley and San Francisco State have introduced a program to provide Hispanic scholars with information and advice on issues such as Deferred Action policy and opportunities to attend college.

Eric Garcia (photo: SBS)

Eric Garcia Appointed as Revenue Chief

Spanish Broadcasting System has appointed Eric Garcia as revenue chief of the radio division while continuing as general manager of SBS New York radio station operations.

Auto Industry
2015 Toyota Camry (Toyota Motor Sales USA)

Toyota Camry: Designed in Michigan

The 2015 Toyota Camry, the nation's best-selling car, was substantially restyled and re-engineered by about 400 engineers and designers at Toyota's Technical Center outside Ann Arbor.

Arts & Entertainment
Joan Jett performs 'Crimson and Clover' with Tommy James (AP)

Joan Jett Still a Rockin' Role Model

The snarlingly sensuous singer-guitarist provided the three-chord thrash as she was named Rocker of the Year at the jubilant Little Kids Rock educational fundraiser.

2014 Influentials

2014 Hispanic-Business 50 Influentials

There's no shortage of people to showcase in our Influentials feature every year. The difficult part is narrowing down the list to just 50 people who will make the final cut.

Michelle Nunn (photo: Michelle Nunn for Senate Inc.)

US Chamber Sits Out Key Senate Race

The most powerful business group in the country is spending tens of millions of dollars to help Republicans win control of the Senate with one glaring omission the tight Georgia Senate race.

Salvador Perez is a player who doesn't want to make a stink

Salvador Perez Knows the Sweet Smell of Success

The All-Star catcher for the Kansas City Royals had a four-hit game after Alcides Escobar sprayed him with Victoria's Secret perfume late in the 2013 season.

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Green Economy & Conservation
Polls routinely find that climate change is far down the list of voter concerns (AP)

GOP Candidates Tiptoe Around Climate Change

Republicans in competitive races are often saying they are not in a position to make a judgment on climate change, then pivoting quickly to express concern for the environment.

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