John Jairo Peláez came to Miami in October of 2004 with only $1,000 in his pockets, after the bankruptcy of his s...

John Jairo Peláez came to Miami in October of 2004 with only $1,000 in his pockets, after the bankruptcy of his shoe factory in the Colombian city of Medellín. Nine years later, the businessman has become the owner of one of the most popular of the dozens of Hispanic fast-food trucks that turn ...

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