The Hispanic unemployment rate continued to improve but remained higher than the overall U.S. population's rate in September, the Bureau of Labor Statistics reported.
The California Hispanic Chambers of Commerce will hold its 2014 Annual State Convention in Orange County.
Despite a slow recovery from the economic recession, U.S. residents are generally satisfied with their lives, a Gallup poll found.
More Hispanic students are attending college in California but have among the lowest graduation rates.
EMERGE LA will be the fourth and final stop of the national Hispanic networking series for emerging young professionals.
Grameen America, an organization dedicated to helping women who live in poverty build small businesses, has added Antonia Hernandez to its board of directors.
Two-thirds of small businesses report paying more for insurance premiums per employee this year than they did in 2012, according to a new study from the National Federation of Independent Business.