Portugal has been in great trouble for the past months having trouble with both their financial and political status. New York Times has reported that the government of Portugal has joined Greece and Ireland as some of the countries who have sought international financing after trying their best to recover their economy for months. The […]

It Pays Off

Wall Street Journal pays tribute to Henry Taub who has founded the world’s largest payroll firm. He started and struggled from a two-man office that was serving 550,000 clients in 100 countries, having one-sixth of these companies are from the United States. Growing up in a simple family, having a father who lost his job […]

Hospitality Businesses

Diane Cardwell of New York Times wrote a story about Riccardo Romero whom, four years ago, could not find anyone, even banks to finance his dream job, a restaurant. He then has nowhere to go making him to Accion, which is a nonprofit micro lender to small businesses in Astoria, Queens. He was able to […]

Like a Game

Life has always been compared to a race or to a game. The winner takes it all and the loser ends up with practically nothing but tears and regrets of either doing his best but still failing or not doing his best resulting to his present failure. We were all considered winners since we were […]

Paving the Way

Succeeding in a certain field has never been easy. I have tried all possible ways to be able to know why there are people who try their best but still seem to be going nowhere. While some people seem to be succeeding easily, others don’t. My father is one of those lucky few who have […]

The Best Gift

I have been receiving gifts ever since I was young. I’m used to receiving lavish gifts coming from my father and mother, grandparents and friends of our family. I have always liked what they give me but of course as I grew up I have come to realize that the things that they are giving […]