Diversity Partnership News
Clear Channel Outdoor Holdings has appointed Carlos A. San Jose as its market president for its Chicago unit, the company's third-largest operation.
Victor H. Diaz, new leader of a commission responsible for arranging the sale of tax-exempt bonds on behalf of universities, hospitals and charter schools in the Pittsburgh area, wants to raise its profile.
The annual "state of the chamber" luncheon of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Palm Beach County is set for Wednesday.
The business organization starts 2014 with a new chairwoman and board.
After 30 years climbing advertising ranks at the Caller-Times, Irene Ramirez-Davila has been named vice president of advertising.
Sean D. Reyes has been appointed by Gov. Gary R. Herbert to serve as Utah's attorney general through 2014.
Corpus Christi looks to increase the diversity of its police force through Police Explorer Academy.
The Hispanic Public Relations Association's Chicago Chapter announced its 2014 executive board, with Ozzie Godinez of PACO Communications as president.
New Mexico native Rebecca L. Avitia was named executive director the National Hispanic Cultural Center.
It's never too early to start thinking about a college career -- or at least to get kids to look on college as a fun road to a better life.
If you have your Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals status in order, Teach For America wants to put you at the head of the class.
Meruelo Group Agrees to Purchase Los Angeles FM Classic Hip-Hop and R&B Radio Station KDAY 93.5 FM
The PhD Project drew hundreds of minority participants to a three-day annual conference designed to bolster diversity leadership in business schools.
A free e-book lays out what companies need to do to tap into the ever more affluent U.S. Hispanic marketplace.
Laura Oldaker picked up a $25,000 cash infusion at the fifth annual Latino Entrepreneur of the Year awards gala last week.