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9 things you didn't know about the life of Steve Jobs

Publicado: 10/06/2011 por Taylor Hatmaker / Today in Tech en Negocio

For all of his years in the spotlight at the helm of Apple, Steve Jobs in many ways remains an inscrutable figure — even in his death. Fiercely private, Jobs concealed most specifics about his personal life.

Futbolista local logra sueños en el Mundial

Publicado: 06/25/2011 por Miguel Guliarte / El Tiempo Latino en Local

La futbolista local, Nataly Arias, jugará con la selección de Colombia en la Copa del Mundo Femenina de la FIFA Alemania 2011

Senate Democrats are mad as hell and they aren’t going to take it anymore when it comes to what they argue is the obstruction for obstruction’s sake that their Republican counterparts are practicing when it comes to votes on President Obama’s nominee

Santiago Tavara, fundador y director de MetroLatinoUSA.com, el primer portal bilingüe de Washington, DC

Carlos Castro thought coming to America would free him from life in war-torn El Salvador. But after paying someone $800 to help him cross the border in 1979, Castro was caught by immigration officers and spent 45 days in a detention facility.

As a national TV journalist, Lorna Virgili traveled and experienced the excitement of covering the White House & Capitol Hill for Univision television. But when she became a single mother, she stepped out of the fast lane to focus on her own business

Chef peruano estuvo en Madrid y brindó una entrevista para la agencia EFE. A continuación la compartimos para todos los seguidores de Gastón Acurio y de la Gastronomía en general.

After building her ethnic food distribution business from a minivan operation to a $31 million enterprise in Landover, Elda Devarie felt at home in Prince George’s County. But the lure of less expensive space in Baltimore spurred her to move.