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Hispanicize 2017: todo lo que necesita saber

 04/03/2017 - 04:29
Hispanicize is the one of the biggest events for Latino media and influencers. Event highlights includes Latinovator award to Olympian and Crest Ambassador Laurie Hernandez. Photo: Wikimedia

La conferencia anual Hispanicize celebra a partir del lunes su octava edición, convertida en el referente hispano de las nuevas tendencias en el campo de la información, los medios y el entretenimiento. La conferencia otorgará el premio "Latinovator" a la gimnasta y medallista olímpica Laurie Hernández.

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Monday, April 3, 2017 - 3:30am
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Hispanicize is the one of the biggest events for Latino media and influencers. Event highlights includes Latinovator award to Olympian and Crest Ambassador Laurie Hernandez. Photo: Wikimedia

Hispanicize 2017: everything you need to know

 04/03/2017 - 03:46
Hispanicize is the one of the biggest events for Latino media and influencers. Event highlights includes Latinovator award to Olympian and Crest Ambassador Laurie Hernandez. Photo: Wikimedia

Hispanicize is the one of the biggest events for Latino media and influencers. Starting today, event highlights include an intimate performance from Juanes and a Latinovator lunch honoring Olympian and Crest Ambassador Laurie Hernandez.

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Hispanicize is the one of the biggest events for Latino media and influencers. Event highlights includes Latinovator award to Olympian and Crest Ambassador Laurie Hernandez. Photo: Wikimedia

The Telephone Game

 11/17/2016 - 16:23
An old Pepsi ad in Calico Ghost Town, CA. (Wikipedia Commons)
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PepsiCo is facing a boycott of its products by supporters of Donald Trump, after rightwing political websites misinterpreted comments by its CEO, Indra Nooyi. A number of sites, including Truthfeed and The Conservative Treehouse, directly quoted Indra Nooyi as telling Mr Trump’s supporters to “take their business elsewhere” — a remark she did not make. In a past interview with NY Times Dealbook, Indra nooyi said that “all” her staff were “mourning” and “crying” following Mr Trump’s election victory, and she had felt it necessary to reassure some who were concerned about their safety.

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Friday, November 18, 2016 - 5:14am
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An old Pepsi ad in Calico Ghost Town, CA. (Wikipedia Commons)