Diversity Partnership News
The winner of the national Coors Light Líderes program will receive a $25,000 grant toward a community development project.
A new Kimberly-Clark ad campaign featuring singer Christina Milian celebrates family.
A new Prudential business center in El Paso will offer training and employment opportunities to military veterans and family members.
The unemployment rate for U.S. Hispanics showed marked improvement in April, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported on Friday.
AHAA and Nielsen released results of a co-authored study showing the increasing influence of upscale Hispanics on U.S. spending power.
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce has chosen Alice Perez as its new president and CEO, the first Latina to lead the organization.
The winner of Siempre Mujer's cover contest will be featured on the cover of the October/November 2014 issue and get trips and beauty products.
The Miami public relations and marketing firm was recognized for its efforts to promote Gloria Estefan's album.
Loring F. Perez will be recognized tonight for his improvement to retail systems in the petroleum industry.
A new documentary about martyred journalist Ruben Salazar lays some questions to rest and raises some new ones.
Hector V. Barreto has been named president of Internet payment service provider Lucrazon.
A Prudential white paper outlines options and strategies for maximizing lifetime Social Security income, while another study looks at the economic outlook for U.S. Hispanics.
Palladium Equity Partners specializes in buying companies that cater to the U.S Hispanic population.
Fashion icon Adriana Castro has been named one of this year's new Caress Fabulistas.
Anthony Alfonso, CEO of Nutri-Force Nutrition, has won a 2014 Top Minority Business Award from the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce.