Accenture published a detailed diversity report on Monday, becoming the first major consulting firm to do so. The results are in line with much of Silicon Valley, which means there's certainly room for improvement, but as with tech companies, transparency is the first step.
Despite posting some industry standard-setting statistics, like the majority of Silicon Valley companies, Slack admits it still has a long way to go.
Venture capital firm Kapor Capital has decided to boost diversity in the next generation of Silicon Valley companies, by building commitments to it early.
Hollywood actresses Jessica Alba, Gwyneth Paltrow and Kate Hudson are set to conquer the Wall Street. While some successful companies have made its founders as celebrities, there are only a few companies that have been taken public by a-list stars.
Mexico's hydrocarbons commission (CNH) finally signed seven contracts with firms that won acreage in the December 2016 deepwater auction.
Argentina's agriculture minister said they are confident that Donald Trump would respect the trade agreements signed in 2016.
Some multinational oil firms, including a Chinese company, won bids in Mexico's oil and gas projects.
Google bears the name of prestige when it comes to the best hardware products as well as in terms of searching the web.
On TuesaTuesdaydy, Toblerone's fans were upset to see its new shape. They were in disgusts and had blamed Brexit over its alteration. They were saddened because its cost remained but its weight lessened.
Nielson released a report this week that examined in-depth the growing Latino population in the United States and emphasized the extent of this population's increasing influence on the country.
The Aspen Institute, a group formed as a forum for values-based leadership will host on Tuesday Aug. 16th its 2016 "America's Future Summit," whose focus will be on "Reimagining Opportunity in a Changing Nation" where the population and influence of Latinos is on the rise, but during a time when opportunity isn't equally distributed.
A flood of pro-immigration reform groups and studies are making rounds in the media as of late, with leaders of these groups and results from published studies making the case that integrating such reform into the United States political spector will have a positive effect on the country's economy, and on America as a whole.
Latino business owners have been making significant strides in the landscape of American business and their companies are emerging as a strong driving force in the American economy as well as the national political landscape. In response to these successes, a number of prominent Hispanic leaders have formed an organization, The National Association of State Latino Chambers of Commerce (NASLCC) to assist in continued advancement on this business front.
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?
The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) met on Wednesday to discuss for the first time the diversity problem in Silicon Valley, as Latin Post previously reported.
Silicon Valley continues to struggle with its lack of diversity, but many firms are now funding initiatives, adjusting policy, and actively seeking solutions. Now, two years after Google began the trend, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) is finally joining the conversation in an active way.
In a searing commencement speech, "Hamilton" creator Lin-Manuel Miranda passionately reminded University of Pennsylvania graduates of all the contributions made by immigrants over time.
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?
The hashtag on Instagram has Latinas sharing photos of their decorated college graduation caps.
Millennials find themselves at a cultural crossroads, the intersection between identifying with their roots while increasingly acculturating to the U.S. mainstream.
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.
The Hispanic Association on Corporate Responsibility (HACR) is calling for the inclusion of more Latinos in leadership positions on the boards of some of the country's top Fortune 500 companies
T-Mobile announced on Monday it had increased its services and access to the fledgling Cuba market, securing an important expansion for its Miami market, as well as expanding its foothold on one of the freshest, most untouched new Caribbean markets in decades.
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