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Hispanic voters (file image)

More Hispanic Voters May Not Mean More Clout

U.S. Hispanics represent a growing share of eligible voters around the country, but don't expect that to swing many gubernatorial races this year.

Business
Verizon Wireless store (AP)

Verizon Sees Higher Q3 Income, Revenue

Verizon Communications on Tuesday reported higher net income and revenue in its third quarter, helped by strong wireless subscriber growth and demand for its FiOS Internet services.

Diversity
Gianna Paniagua (photo: Hispanicize Wire)

Paniagua Wins Grand Prize in Young Artists Program

Latina sculptor and heart transplant survivor Gianna Paniagua has won the grand prize in the Kennedy Center's 2014 VSA Emerging Young Artists Program.

Auto Industry
Harley-Davidson leathers (AP)

Harley Tops Expectations, Shares Rise

Harley-Davidson's third-quarter profit fell on a planned reduction of motorcycle shipments for the quarter, but its earnings topped Wall Street expectations.

Career News
Choosing the right major can have a big impact on job security and pay (file image)

What to Major in for Good Job, Good Pay

Computer engineers, data analysts, physician assistants, software developers and petroleum engineers are expected to become some of the most lucrative and highest demand professions in the next three years. ...continue

Rankings
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.

Politics
Cuban doctors (AP)

Cuba Deploys More Medicos in Ebola Fight

The commitment has drawn rare praise from the U.S. and focused worldwide attention on Cuba's medical diplomacy, which deploys armies of doctors to win friends abroad and earn foreign exchange.

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Green Economy & Conservation
Organic detergents (AP)

What Does 'Organic' Mean for Nonfood Items?

There's a strict set of standards for organic foods. But the rules are looser for household cleaners, textiles, cosmetics and the organic dry cleaners down the street.







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