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The 10th Annual Latino Trendsetter Awards & Scholarship Gala


2011 WINNERS AND SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS HONORED LAST NIGHT IN NEW YORK DURING MOMENTOUS 10th ANNUAL LATINO TRENDSETTERS AWARDS CEREMONY

New York, N.Y. November 30, 2011 - On Tuesday, November 29, 2011 the 10th Annual Latino Trendsetters Awards recognized the accomplishments of outstanding trailblazers and executives from the Hispanic community at a ceremony and presentation in New York City.

Univision's Nilda Rosario and Telemundo's Jorge Ramos emceed the evening, attended by more than 200 leaders in business, education, philanthropy, technology and the arts. Honorees for this year's event hail from an array of companies including Pepsi-Cola, Time Inc., Morgan Stanley and the National Super Market Association. Legendary salsa music star, Jose Alberto "El Canario" and his ten-piece orchestra electrified the crowd with an encore performance.

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J.M. Smucker Buys Bustelo Cool Owner Rowland Coffee Roasters

The J. M. Smucker Co. has acquired privately held Rowland Coffee Roasters Inc., which makes RTD cold coffee Bustelo Cool and Bustelo Cool Cafe Mocha.

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N.J. should adapt to state's changing demographics: Census panel

NEWARK — When the Census released its first batch of New Jersey data earlier this year, the state's demographic trends were consistent with the rest of the United States: A rising Hispanic population, a general migration to the state's southern region and an exodus from traditional urban centers.

Now, the question is how the state's political, business and social leaders will apply the information as the 21st century progresses, a panel of experts said today at the Newark Museum.

The symposium, "The Newest New Jerseyans," sponsored by the museum, The Star-Ledger, Rutgers University's Center for Migration and the Global City and the Program on Immigration and Democracy at the Eagleton Institute of Politics, paid particular attention to the state's growing Hispanic population.

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