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Forget Your Business Card – There’s an App for That!!

It’s no secret that the booming new media and tech industry isn’t exactly booming with Latino entrepreneurs, programmers or start-ups. From the valley to the alley the Latino footprint is small. But a few good men are looking to change that. Enter the men behi...

DJ Lobo – El Heavy Hitter Calls His Own Shots

Queens, New York native DJ Lobo has been pumpin’ up parties for almost 20 years now. Born Christian Garcia, he started out at age 14 as a backup DJ for his brother working the weddings and Sweet 16 circuit. After carefully observing his older hermano at work, ...

Marco Davis – A Maker of Leaders

The chance to work in Washington at the behest of the President is a dream some spend their entire lives planning, right from their first internship. Marco Davis, the Deputy Director of the White House's Initiative on Educational Excellence for Hispanics, read...

David Gonzalez – The Show Runner

The smell of fresh-cut grass. The sound of the ball hitting the mitt. The roar of the crowd as their favorite players round the bases. The World Series may have just wrapped up, but for many baseball aficionados, the sights and sounds of the national pastime w...

Art of the Lunch Meeting

If you’re like most hardworking employees your lunch hour is spent holed up in your cubicle -- noshing in front of your computer while simultaneously completing that report for el jefe, checking ESPN.com for the latest scores and talking to what’s-her-name on ...

Robert Vargas

Six years ago Robert Vargas, an artist of Mexican ethnicity who was born and raised in the Boyle Heights section of Los Angeles, purchased a corner loft with enormous windows that perch over the bustling corner of 7th and Spring Streets in downtown Los Angeles...