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Hispanic Engineers Society Names Top STEM Contributors

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).


Strong Future Forecast for Hispanic Enterprises

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.


Women, Take Control of Your Career

While the representation of women among Fortune 500 CEOs remains minuscule, the gender split in midlevel management is now nearly even.


Exhibit Propels Girls Toward Science, Tech Jobs

Marijess Ramos doesn't have time for antiquated ideas about what jobs are reserved for girls. She wants to build rockets.


Brainard Nominated for Fed's Board of Governors

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.


U.S. Hispanic Unemployment Improved in August

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.


Minority-business Nonprofit Fights Fla. Over Loans

Florida's "economic gardening" loan program has turned into a two-year legal fight that threatens to shutter a major minority-business support organization.


Texas Tech Names Hispanic Comm Institute After Former Editor

Thomas Jay Harris' name appeared in the Lubbock Avalanche-Journal more than 5,000 times.


Nunez Helps Whole Foods Grow

As president of the Florida region for Whole Foods Market since 1998, Juan Nunez has helped grow the company's presence in the state from three stores to 19.


Hispanic Center Extends Outreach to Teach English Literacy

After completing its first family literacy class this summer, the Daniel Torres Hispanic Center is working to train educators to lead their own courses.


San Antonio Hispanic Leaders Call for Bold Leadership

At a Labor Day festival, Hispanic leaders in San Antonio, Texas, called for bold civic involvement.


San Antonio Nonbias Rule Gets Chambers' Backing

San Antonio's two most influential chambers of commerce have cast their support in favor of updating the city's nondiscrimination ordinance, despite claims it would harm local businesses.


Latino or Hispanic: Minority Group Say it Makes Little Difference

As Latinos transition into the largest minority group in Berks County and the nation at large, how that group is defined remains murky.


A Grilling Over Funds Meant for Hispanic Chamber

A member of the Odessa Development Corporation got a grilling over the amount of funds budgeted to the Odessa Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.


Casa Latina Launches Expo for Hispanic Women

Get ready for Latina-centric lifestyle workshops and financial management at the first annual Casa Latina Home Expo in New York this November.


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