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The United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce honors three chambers for their accomplishments.
Cassandra Sanchez, a student at Arizona Western College, got to represent Yuma in the national Hispanic College Quiz show.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), together with New Mexico Gov. Susana Martinez will work to promote Common Core State Standards (CCSS).
Cesar Conde has jumped from Univision to take up a top position at NBCUniversal, where he will report to CEO Steve Burke.
LatinoJustice PRLDEF will host a Twitter interview with its president Juan Cartagena on Sept. 19.
In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, this rates aggregator examined how 52 million Hispanics living in America positively impact the U.S. economy as consumers, taxpayers, workers and business leaders.
Richard R. Ramos, who grew up in the tough barrio of northeast Los Angeles, gave an inspirational talk in Buffalo, N.Y., this week on how to get Hispanic youths off the street and onto the path of success.
A New York City role model program for Hispanic youth celebrates its sixth anniversary during Hispanic Heritage Month.
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) announced today the recipients of this year's prestigious STAR Awards, recognizing key contributors in the Hispanic community in the fields of science, technology, math and engineering (STEM).
More than 6,000 Hispanic leaders and business owners throughout the country will convene in Chicago during the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce's 2013 National Convention.
While the representation of women among Fortune 500 CEOs remains minuscule, the gender split in midlevel management is now nearly even.
Marijess Ramos doesn't have time for antiquated ideas about what jobs are reserved for girls. She wants to build rockets.
President Obama's nomination of Lael Brainard to the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors may alleviate some criticism that he's placed too few women in top jobs.
Unemployment numbers for U.S. Hispanics saw a year-over-year improvement in August and held steady month to month, according to figures released Friday by the Labor Department.
Florida's "economic gardening" loan program has turned into a two-year legal fight
that threatens to shutter a major minority-business support organization.