The 2012 HispanicBusiness Influentials covers a diverse range of esteemed U.S.-Hispanics from public service and private enterprise, with emphasis this year on Texas.
Under Secretary of State for International Trade Francisco Sanchez leads efforts to improve the global business environment.
Union Bank Executive Vice President George Ramirez was recently named the company's first diversity executive.
Educational Testing Services Senior Vice President Yvette Donado oversees corporate quality process management.
FedEx executive Juan Cento is president of the global carrier's Express Latin America and Caribbean Division.
Latinovations founder Maria Cardona balances public affairs and strategies practice with political commentary at CNN/CNN en Espanol.
U.S. Air Force Brig. Gen. Abel Barrientes is the mobilization assistant to the director of operations for U.S. Pacific Command.
Attorney Dino Barajas, a partner with Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, helps structure for clients acquisition and financing deals that range up to $1 billion.
Cull the list and read the stories of this year's 50 HispanicBusiness Influentials.
The top 15 Arizona companies in the 2012 HispanicBusiness 500 ranking produced revenues of $153.74 million in 2011, down from the $171.95 million produced in 2010.
HispanicBusiness ranks the effectiveness of U.S. companies in their willingness and ability to attract Hispanics to the boardroom, on diversity recruitment, on diversity retention and promotion, on marketing and commercial outreach, and on supplier diversity.
Each year, HispanicBusiness ranks the effectiveness of U.S. universities in attracting Hispanic students in the fields of medicine, business, engineering and law.
The 2012 directory of top companies for Hispanics.
The top medical schools for Hispanics in one easy list.
The top law schools for Hispanics in one easy list.