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Thursday, June 14, 2001

Volume 2 Issue 24

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Census data indicate that the number of U.S. Hispanics earning more than $50,000 annually grew by ____ percent between 1994 and 2000.

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In the news this week…

Latino Businessmen Support Telecommunications Deregulation
The growing Hispanic population continues to be in the slowest lane of the information superhighway and Congress should approve legislation seeking to eliminate the computer gap that affects minorities, Hispanic businessmen say.

Colin-Antonini Becomes First Latina Judge in Georgia
In front of a large gathering of family, friends and well-wishers, Carolina Colin-Antonini became the only female Hispanic judge in Georgia when she was sworn in last week.

Top Spanish-Language Journalists Selected
A panel of judges has selected the nation’s top 100 Spanish-language journalists and news executives. Among the honorees are Emmy award-winning Univision's news anchor Jorge Ramos; Monica Lozano, president and COO of La Opinion; and Clara Reyes, the publisher of Dos Mundos.

NAHJ Receives $50,000 Grant for Scholarship Endowment Fund
The National Association of Hispanic Journalists was awarded a $50,000 grant from the Philip L. Graham Fund to support NAHJ's scholarship endowment fund. The NAHJ created the endowment last year with the goal of raising $1 million to support the Ruben Salazar Scholarship Fund.

Hispanics Less Likely to Have Health Insurance
Despite making up an increasing portion of the U.S. population and work force, a new report by The Commonwealth Fund reveals that Hispanics lag far behind non-Hispanics in health insurance coverage.

Sí TV, Coca Cola Sign Ad Agreement
Sí TV, a Los Angeles-based television production company and Coca-Cola announced an advertising agreement this week supporting three Sí TV properties.

Banco Santander Cuts StarMedia Target Price
Santander Central Hispano Investment cut its target price for Spanish- and Portuguese-language Internet portal StarMedia from $4 per share to $2.10. StarMedia shares fell 1 cent to $2.40 on Wednesday, June 13. Santander Central Hispano Investment also downgraded StarMedia to a "hold" rating.

The Making of the Next New Deal
The big California political story last week was not that former Assembly Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa lost his bid to become the first Hispanic mayor of Los Angeles since 1872, but that the class-based liberal politics of the labor-Latino coalition which formed the core of his base is alive and growing.

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Articles from HISPANIC BUSINESS magazine:
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Last-Minute Surge in a Strong Economy
June 2001 - Following an extended market run, last year saw fast growth for the largest Hispanic-owned firms in the nation.

Hispanic Purchasing Power Takes Off
June 2001 - New estimates reflect burgeoning growth, and the economic implications are profound.

A Feast Year for Manufacturing
June 2001 - Ruiz Food Products sees growth behind and ahead, thanks to the popularity of Mexican cuisine.

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