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The University of Arizona will host a New York Times journalism institute for Hispanic students in alternating years, starting in 2008. The New York Times and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists are sponsoring the training program, which will split time between the UA and Florida International University.
Consumer inflation registered another sizable increase in May, pushed higher by soaring gasoline prices. And most worrisome, there was further evidence that the jump in energy costs is beginning to cause more widespread inflation troubles.
A study commissioned by a Hispanic journalists' association has found that the three main newsweekly magazines ran very few stories about Hispanics last year, despite the growing importance of the Latino population.
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The geographic dispersion of the U.S. Hispanic population continues. States with small Hispanic populations have shown the greatest growth in the last decade — with seven of the 10 fastest-growing states in the South.
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|From the current issue of Hispanic Business magazine...|
2006 Hispanic Business 500 Certainly the Hispanic Business 500® companies have adjusted to the challenging times, keeping up their optimism and growing revenues at the same time. Cumulative revenues for the 500 rose to $34.82 billion in 2005, and overall the 500 companies posted their best revenue growth performance since l996.
2006 Hispanic Business 500 Auto dealerships find growth in Web-based services and marketing. All Star Auto Exchange in Tucson, Arizona (number 475 on the Hispanic Business 500) doesn't have the advertising budget of much larger dealers. But All Star does have a snazzy and easy-to-navigate Web site proclaiming, "Easy Application! Fast Approval! Drive Today!"
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