Diversity Partnership News
Veterans of the 65th Infantry Regiment, Carlos Vives, Zoe Saldana, Pepe Aguilar and a high school robotics team were among the honorees receiving awards from the Hispanic Heritage Foundation in a gala emceed by Edward James Olmos and Judy Reyes.
Former secretary of state Hillary Clinton will provide a keynote address at the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's leadership luncheon on Sept. 30.
A new guild study says women and minorities were largely shut out of the ranks of TV directors again last season.
The majority owner and CEO of Vme Media Inc. will be honored at the USHCC National Convention in Salt Lake City.
NSHMBA has appointed Metro Orlando's Diana Bolivar to its national board of directors.
Pan American Bank, the oldest Hispanic community bank in the western U.S., announced Thursday that CÚsar Rosas has been named senior vice president.
Empowerment of women and equal opportunities are crucial for driving a stronger global economic recovery, International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde said Friday.
WGU Texas and the Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce offer tuition discounts and scholarships to the state's Hispanic business community.
Lynda Lopez will discuss the role that Hispanic television can play in showing the human face of immigration and other issues facing Hispanics when she address the Hispanic Television Summit in October.
Spanish banking titan Emilio Botin, who built the country's Banco Santander into a global financial giant and was widely seen as the nation's most influential business leader, has died of a heart attack, the company said Wednesday. He was 79.
Goya and Marc Anthony's foundation are partnering to feed the needy.
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva will visit Williams College to present "The Diversity Puzzle at Historically White Colleges and Universities: How Race Matters in Colleges and Universities in America."
SHPE will host the largest annual Hispanic STEM convention in November.
As organizers work to establish a national Smithsonian museum dedicated to Hispanic art and culture on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., they have the help of dozens of deep-pocket supporters.
The unemployment rate for U.S. Hispanics dipped slightly in August, bucking a national trend of slow hiring, according to data released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday.