Latino consumers have become the most important driver of growth in the United States, in several different aspects.
Silicon Valley is working to expand the reach of introductory-level work to a more diverse pool of talent. But are diversity internship initiatives the silver bullet for the tech industry's persistent homogeneity?
While it's easier than to get caught up in the current contentious debate over immigration, a visualization of the past 200 years of immigration to the U.S., parsed by the countries that are the largest source of immigrants, provides a bit of perspective.
The ratio of teachers from backgrounds shared with their students continues to drop drastically, as the demographic shift in the young population far outpaces any changes in the public school system's hiring of teachers from underrepresented backgrounds. What should be done?
Google has decided to stop showing advertising from the payday loan industry, saying that it is banning ads for payday loans and similar high-interest rate financial products starting July 13.
Millennials find themselves at a cultural crossroads, the intersection between identifying with their roots while increasingly acculturating to the U.S. mainstream.
Energy efficiency in cities is more than an environmental issue for low-income Latinos and other urban minorities: it could help stretched family budgets.
A new study found that Latinos are especially bad about distracted driving.
Two huge, fascinating trends are converging in the U.S.: the rise of connectivity through social media and mobile technology and the rise of Latino millennials in population and also economic and cultural influence.
The mantra of "for us by us" may be true for Latinos' ratings of television programming, according to a new study.
Hispanics and black comprise over half of the U.S. prison population, even though the two groups make up less than one-third of the overall U.S. population.
The beginning of May marks the start of National Small Business Week this year, and just in time comes the 2016 list of the best and worst places in America for Latino entrepreneurs to start up their enterprises. Where should you start building your dream?
New Yorkers born between 1985 and 1996 make up about one-fifth of the city's population, yet they settle for low-wage jobs that don't utilize their skillset. The 9.3 percent unemployment rate for Latinos is higher than any other ethnicity, save African-Americans.
Latinos are driving growth in homeownership in the U.S., becoming an outlier in the homeownership trend, which decreased overall in 2015.
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