Latino Digital Media Company mitú Announces New Developments

POSTED ON Dec 14, 2017

Herb Scannell, the new CEO of mitú, a digital media brand for Latino millennials, has announced a development, production, and talent team to be led by creative executive David Ortiz. Ortiz will report to Beatriz Acevedo, mitú's President, and co-founder. As h

Hispanics are leading digital consumers in the U.S.

POSTED ON Dec 06, 2017

More than 80 percent of smartphone owners go online using their phone, rather than with a computer. According to a Total Audience Report from Nielsen, who study consumers in more than 100 countries, Hispanics are mostly on their phones for app, audio, video and

100 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business

POSTED ON Nov 28, 2017

In July 2017, Christian Morales retired as corporate vice president and general manager for Europe, the Middle East, and Africa (EMEA) at Intel Corporation.  He'd been with the multinational corporation and technology company since February 1980.   Morales has

100 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business

POSTED ON Nov 24, 2017

Maria Azua was named one of the "100 Most Important Hispanics in Technology and Business for 2006" by Hispanic Engineer and Information Technology magazine. She has also received the HENAAC Award for Outstanding Technical Achievement. Maria graduated with honors

Richard Cavazos, legendary U.S. Army general, dies at 88

POSTED ON Oct 31, 2017

Vietnam veteran and Army four-star general Richard Edward Cavazos, 88, has passed away. He is survived by his wife, Caroline, William Fee told Alexandria Rodriguez of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. Fee, who served under Cavazos in combat as a rifleman with the

Rosa M. Colon-Kolacko 

POSTED ON Oct 28, 2017

Rosa M. Colon-Kolacko has over 20 years’ experience in healthcare organizations and technologies to leverage innovation including Telemedicine. She is also an entrepreneur, who founded two bilingual consulting businesses: Global Learning and Diversity Partners

Nine students awarded Scholarships totaling $45,000

POSTED ON Oct 18, 2017

The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) has selected nine students from HACU-member institutions to each receive a Café Bustelo® El Café del Futuro Scholarship of $5,000.  The Café Bustelo® El Café del Futuro Scholarship offered in its

Duracell PowerForward Deploys to Puerto Rico with over 30 Tons of Batteries

POSTED ON Oct 17, 2017

When natural disasters hit and power is lost, Duracell helps communities by delivering batteries where they are needed most.  Last week, the Duracell PowerForward team left Portsmouth International Airport in New Hampshire for Puerto Rico to distribute more tha

Meet Rita Mas Ramirez, the “Most Promising Engineer”

POSTED ON Oct 12, 2017

Rita L. Mas Ramirez is a manufacturing engineer at Boston Scientific Corporation. She won a Special Recognition Award at the 22nd annual Women of Color STEM Conference, which was held in Detroit October 2017. WHY ENGINEERING: “My uncle was an industrial enginee

Paulino do Rego Barros, Interim CEO for Equifax

POSTED ON Sep 26, 2017

Paulino Barros has been tapped to serve as interim CEO for Equifax. He most recently served as President, Asia Pacific, and is a seven-year veteran of the company. Previously, Barros led the company’s U.S. Information Solutions business, which includes U.S.-bas

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