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Publisher at Texas Border Business and Mega Doctor News. Roberto Hugo Gonzalez is the 2009 SBA Journalist of the Year Award Winner & The 2009 and 2012 Paul Harris Award recipient.

Affordable Homes of South Texas continues to serve the community

By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez As originally published by Texas Border Business in its newsprint Edition Not long ago and to be precise, Monday, November 14, 2011...

“There Are Things That Are Greater Than One’s Self…”–Ernest Aliseda, Regent Board of Regents,...

By Dr. Gilberto de los Santos, Professor Emeritus-The University of Texas—Pan American. Edited by Roberto Hugo Gonzalez, Publisher-As originally published by Texas Border Business newsprint Edition. Judge...

Exclusive: “Hard Work Will Always Pay Off,”—Bud and Jimmy Payne

By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez Regardless!  If you have seen the Payne Group TV commercials it is not hard to figure out that they have a...

Exclusive: McAllen Developers See Opportunity In Clinical Trials

South Texas is experiencing a positive atmosphere for business. The announcement of the university merger and the medical school are at the top of what is coming and already transforming South Texas, but these are not the only events. Duke Energy Renewables will construct a major Wind Farm in Starr County that will consist of two phases, with a total of 200 wind turbines generating 400 megawatts of electricity, with hiring beginning in December 2013.

South Texas College Announces Bond and Maintenance Election

On June 26, 2013 the South Texas College (STC) Board of Trustees voted unanimously to put a Bond and Maintenance Election in front of Hidalgo and Starr County voters for approval on November 5, 2013. The $159 million bond includes construction and equipping of college buildings at each of STC’s five campuses as well as a 3-cent additional annual tax for the maintenance and operation of STC.

Good ethics and moral principals pay off in business

Texas Border Business recently had the opportunity to meet with Danny Smith owner of Matt’s Building Materials in Pharr and San Benito. The meeting became a refreshing course on how to conduct business and become successful. Ethics and moral principals play a major role as part of the ingredients, some other factors equally important take part of the equation as well. In this report, you will also meet Diana Smith, Danny’s wife for 32 years who plays an important part in Danny’s life.

Exclusive: Go Franchise! A Lucrative Approach to Business

Texas Border Business By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez The way of doing business has changed dramatically almost everywhere, about twenty years ago, give or take a few...

Exclusive: “Life By Design, Not By Default” -Albert Lopez

Most people are not saving enough; unfortunately many are hoping that the government is going to help them out. By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez Albert Lopez, owner...

Exclusive: Laura Nassri-Warren, a New Level of Perseverance

By Roberto Hugo Gonzalez As originally published by Texas Border Business newsprint edition July 2009 Often we have the fortune to meet and interview talented people...

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