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U.S. and European stock markets rose Monday amid hopes for corporate mega deals, although investors remained wary of deepening troubles in Ukraine and financial indicators due later in the week.
Pending home sales rose markedly in March, the first gain in nine months, the National Association of Realtors reported Monday.
Experts believe driverless cars will be on the road in the next decade and Honda thinks its robot, Asimo, gives it an edge.
President Obama is in Malaysia for a three-day stop, the first visit from a sitting since President since 1966.
At first glance, China's growth figure of 7.4 percent shouldn't be cause for concern, but other indicators point to a slowdown.
While the U.S. unemployment rate held steady at 6.7 percent in March, the rate for Hispanics dropped to 7.9 percent from 8.1 percent in February, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Friday.
These nine Hispanic women have risen to the top of their profession.
The CEO of a billion-dollar company. A managing director at one of the world's largest banks. The first Latina governor in the U.S. This year's Woman of the Year, Katherine Archuleta, faced a particularly tough field.
Hispanics are expected to make up the next generation of high-tech leaders, and so we offer up five Hispanic tech executives you'll be reading about in the coming years.
The 2014 Hispanic Business Top 10 Tech companies, from the federal power alley in Virginia to Silicon Valley in California, have successfully weathered the storm in a volatile economy. So how did they do it?
The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials Educational Fund's 2014 primary electoral profile for the Hispanic electorate in Texas offers a glimpse of what to expect in the Lone Star State's upcoming elections.
The businesses at the top of the 2014 HispanicBusiness Top 25 Supplier Diversity Companies list have long justified their positions as some of the most recognized names when it comes to supplier diversity.
Perhaps no issue is more vexing for House Republicans than their looming, unavoidable responsibility to raise the debt ceiling.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew says he will start using emergency measures to keep the country from defaulting on its debt.
Janet Yellen has been sworn in to succeed Ben Bernanke at the Federal Reserve, becoming the first woman to lead the U.S. central bank in its 100-year history.