Ivanka Trump’s Meeting With Latina Business Owners

Ivanka Trump’s Meeting With Latina Business Owners

Ivanka Trump’s Meeting With Latina Business Owners Commentary by Lili Gil Valletta It is evident that Ivanka Trump’s advocacy and commitment to women’s issues is making a bold impact in the world’s stage. From finding common ground that unified President

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Amazon Now Offered In Spanish

Amazon Now Offered In Spanish

Amazon Now Offered In Spanish By Ben Fox Rubin Amazon has started to roll out the first new language on Amazon.com since the original site’s creation over 20 years ago. A spokeswoman for the Seattle-based online retailer told CNET on

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U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico

U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico

U.S. Latino buying power higher than GDP of Mexico March 3, 2017 By Cindy Barth Latino buying power in the United States in 2016 was larger than the gross domestic product of Mexico, according to a new report from The

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10 Tips from Latina Entrepreneur Iran Ortiz

10 Tips from Latina Entrepreneur Iran Ortiz

By Amaris Castillo Latina.com 10 Tips from Latina Entrepreneur Iran Ortiz Iran Ortiz knows a lot about the hustle life. The Dominican-born entrepreneur bred in the Bronx spends her days navigating through two businesses – her jewelry line Endless Noise

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Trabajadores de la Lucha por $15 se Unirán en Protestas en Phoenix

Trabajadores de la Lucha por $15 se Unirán en Protestas en Phoenix

(Featured Photo: “Fight for $15” demonstrators rally in downtown San Diego in November. Credit: Mike Blake/Reuters) (Phoenix, AZ) – Frente a la audiencia de confirmación en el Senado del magnate de comida rápida Andy Puzder como Secretario de Trabajo de EE.UU., cocineros y

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What the Light Reveals – Seeing Clearly in 2017

What the Light Reveals – Seeing Clearly in 2017

By Eric Diaz I watched the sun rise this morning. I had embarked on a 5-mile lake-loop trail run before dawn and now admiringly observed the cold, dark sky disappear into a swallow of pale yellow light. As I rounded

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Arizona Defense Firms May See Spending Bump From Trump, But Not Soon

Arizona Defense Firms May See Spending Bump From Trump, But Not Soon

Apache helicopters are produced in Arizona, where defense contract spending fell from $13 billion in fiscal 2012 to $9 billion in fiscal 2016, mirroring a national drop in spending. (Photo by Audrey Weil/Cronkite News) By Sabella Scalise | Cronkite News

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Employee Relationships Key to Keeping Staff When CEO’s Depart, Research Finds

Employee Relationships Key to Keeping Staff When CEO’s Depart, Research Finds

You know the film Jerry Maguire right? Upon getting fired, while leaving the office Jerry announces he’s starting his own agency and asks if anyone is willing to join him. Sweet Dorothy agrees. Turns out, it’s happening more and more in

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Job Insecurity Can Lead to Sabotage, New ASU Research Finds

Job Insecurity Can Lead to Sabotage, New ASU Research Finds

(Featured Image Provided) Ever feel checked out at a job? Fear over job security can turn good employees bad. Instead of just slacking off, some employees can do actual harm to a company, stealing supplies, fudging expense reports, bad-mouthing people,

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Scottsdale Ranked as Vainest City in America

Scottsdale Ranked as Vainest City in America

(A view of Scottsdale’s Optima Camelview Village/Flickr Creative Commons/Plotz Photography) Scottsdale has been named the  most vain city in America, according to a new survey conducted by WalletHub. The city’s ranking is part of the website’s list for “2016’s Most

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