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Rico
Rico

"Rico" is the crazy mind behind the Q media websites, a series of onlinemagazines that includes TodayColombia.com. Rico brings his special kind of savvy to online marketing. His websites are engaging, provocative, informative and sometimes off the wall, where you either like or you leave it. The same goes for him, like him or leave him.There is no middle ground. No compromises, only a passion to present reality as he sees it!

Pictured is Colombia’s Central Bank. (TODAY COLOMBIA) Colombia is among the list of countries with the most “defaults” in the history...

(TODAY COLOMBIA TRAVEL) Ever feel Colombia has become too expensive? Well, for many itprobably is, but it’s probably not as expensive as life in Switzerland....

Simon Anholt: Which country does the most good for the world? | TED Talk | TED.com (TODAY COLOMBIA) Yet another country ranking, this one from the The...

  (Today Colombia) A few days ago, the Minister for Ecology of France Ségolène Royal, asked the French to stop using Nutella, because as it causes...

(TODAY COLOMBIA) Coffee beans may go unpicked in Colombia due to labour shortage. With unemployment at historic lows and rural exodus shifting workers...

(TODAY COLOMBIA) The United States women’s national team will play Colombia in the round of 16 at the 2015 Women’s World Cup. The game will...

After a two-year investigation that included surveillance and wiretappings, the Colombian Police’s Directorate of Criminal Investigation and Interpol...

(TODAY COLOMBIA) — In Sunday’s El Tiempo, the coincidence of two headlines sent a disturbing message about the danger of bad old times returning. In...

(TODAY COLOMBIA) — China and Colombia have expressed an interest in signing a bilateral free trade agreement (FTA). Chinese Premier Li Keqiang visited...

Colombia Reports Colombia has temporarily suspended the sale of the country’s third largest energy company, Isagen, to consider allegations that the sale would be a misuse of public resources. The Colombian government has, for the past several years, attempted to sell its 57.6% stake in the company to raise money for infrastructure projects that the country desperately...

  Colombia celebrated its first National Day for the Dignity of Women Victims of Sexual Violence on Monday in an attempt to bring attention to the...

Colombia Reports The US State Department invited five Colombian veterans and a former police officer to New York City on Monday to participate in a Memorial Day commemoration for the first time in history. The epicenter of the commemoration will be held in a Sea, Air, and Space museum on an aircraft carrier named the ‘Intrepid’, which is located in the Hudson River...

Colombia Reports Colombia’s national police said Monday it had seized three tons of explosives in the southwest of the country. The explosives were discovered on Sunday in packs of rice in a van going through the southwestern Nariño province after Colombian police got a tip from Ecuadorian authorities, reported Colombian newspaper El Espectador. Two men have been...