Diversity Partnership News
The Chicago firm wins U.S. Hispanic Agency of the Year at Bueno Aires ad festival.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers and Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities are among the recipients of the GM Foundation Grants for higher education.
Companies looking to recruit Hispanic talent for STEM-related jobs and internships were in attendance at the Society of Professional Hispanic Engineers' four-day technical conference.
Hector Barreto, chairman of the Latino Coalition, has been named to both Lucrazon and Lucrazon Global's board of directors.
The Simon Scholars Program has awarded 700-plus students more than $23 million since it was founded 10 years ago.
U.S. Hispanics are more likely than the general population to use a coupon from a social site and are twice as likely to share or trade coupons through social media websites, a national consumer panel survey finds.
Insurer Aflac is inviting female and minority suppliers to have a slice of a $24 million pie as it seeks to mirror increasingly diverse demographics in the U.S.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers selected GM as Company of the Year.
Tecate Light and Indio Beer campaigns win at the 2013 Association of National Advertisers (ANA) Multicultural Excellence Awards.
Manuel Martinez was recently named president of Telemundo Stations and will have oversee 16 Telemundo-owned stations.
Retired Judge Irma E. Gonzalez, the first Hispanic female on the federal bench, is joining a private mediation service.
Balsera Communications has added account executives Roshana Gossoff and Alessandra Nunez to its public relations team.
The HMA public relations firm picked up a gold Stevie Award for its campaign to raise awareness about the benefits of getting a flu shot, the firm announced.
Arthur Lopez, 83, a retired U.S. Navy chief petty officer, said his family embodies the long tradition of Hispanic military service to the nation.
A new report shows that Latinas population in the U.S. will increase from 16.4 percent today to 25.7 percent in 2050.