Finance/Banking

WycoTax owner Christopher Wycoco, second from right, with his team at the company’s Harlingen office. (VBR)

Entrepreneurial Enthusiasm

Christopher Wycoco was the first man to graduate from the Entrepreneur Boot Camp at the Women’s Business Center of Cameron County. This year, the Women’s Business Center nominated him for, and he received, the 2018 Minority Business of the Year Award from the Small Business Administration. A native of the Philippines, Wycoco came to the Rio Grande Valley to pursue a career as a registered nurse, taking a position at…

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UTRGV Students Take Trading Competition

A group of undergraduate business students from The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley recently beat out more than 500 teams from 37 countries…
Brownsville

Getting Ready to Pay the Taxman

Some elements of the new tax reform package that was signed into law late last year and took effect in 2018 are straightforward and…

Lone Star Breaks Ground on New Banking Center

In front of the building already under construction, Lone Star…
Edinburg

Small Banking Has Big Rewards

David Salinas’ first job in banking was to make sure the candy bowls…

Texas Regional Breaks Ground on Corporate HQ

As Rio Grande Valley temperatures plunged with a blast of winter…
Harlingen