Diversity Partnership News
The National Hispanic Media Coalition has launched the Latino Experts Program to increase the visibility of Hispanic experts in local news coverage.
Jeff Galindo was named the No. 1 Hispanic real estate agent by a trade association.
The 2014 Women's Leadership Conference provides a forum to discuss career challenges and development strategies.
Spanish-language media company Entravision Communications has acquired digital advertising services firm Pulpo Media.
Astrid Rives, CMO for SkyOne Federal Credit Union in California, has been awarded congressional recognition for outstanding business leadership in the financial services industry.
Salvador Mendoza was confirmed Tuesday, becoming the first Hispanic federal judge in Eastern Washington.
The Microsoft Ventures Accelerator in partnership with American Family Insurance is meant to help startups create advancements that lead to safer and smarter homes.
The International Monetary Fund's report released last week indicates that emerging economies are experiencing a slowdown.
The American Red Cross is launching six free Spanish-language apps that deliver lifesaving information during disasters and emergencies.
The founder of Pinnacle Technical Resources will lead charitable and educational focus for Foundation.
Small business lending approval rates rose at banks and credit unions in May, according to the Biz2Credit Small Business Lending Index.
After more than five years, the U.S. economy has recovered almost 8 million jobs lost during the last recession, returning to the peak of January 2008.
Robert Fernandez has joined Bridge Bank's technology banking division as senior vice president and team leader.
The unemployment rate among U.S. Hispanics rose 0.4 percent in May, but dropped significantly during the past 12 months.
Goya Foods is donating 2.5 tons of food to the Puerto Rican Day Parade's food drive to benefit Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York's Feeding Our Neighbors campaign.