Remember Rick Sanchez? Didn’t
he get in trouble a while ago? Now
he’s back and better than ever. In this
exclusive interview with LATINO, he
talks candidly about what he’s learned and
what comes next.
By Ruben Navarrette, Jr.
What’s it like to work at 1600 PennsylvaniaAvenue? Inspired by Sonia Sotomayor, five Latinas are giving President Obama the benefit of their experience, enthusiasm and expertise. Moveover, muchachos!
By Patricia Guadalupe.
Returning home to a slow economy and high unemployment, many Latino veterans can’t find jobs. But the public and private sectors are reaching out to them. And some companies are doing more than just talking the talk.
By Ana Radelat
Returning home to a slow economy and high
unemployment, many Latino veterans can’t
find jobs. But the public and private sectors
are reaching out to them.
And some companies are doing more than
just talking the talk.
By Ana Radelat
What does it take to succeed in business? Is it smarts, persistence, luck or something else? To find out, we asked five outstanding leaders from Sol Trujillo to Nely Galan to tell us how they made it to the top.
By Pablo and Kristin Schneider
Much of the world’s coffee and cocoa comes
from fragile ecosystems like the Amazon.
Sustainability is a struggle to maintain our planet,and Latinos are fighting on the front lines. Butdoes going green help the bottom line?
By Valerie Menard
Sometimes you have to go it alone, but it’s worth the trouble to achieve your dreams. That’s the conclusion of two books that offer advice on overcoming obstacles in life’s journey. Excerpts from A Tale of Survival and Empower Yourself foran Amazing Career.
By Grace Flores-Hughes and Blanca De La Rosa