Son of illegal Mexican immigrants makes good

I have already posted on how one quarter of technology start-ups in the United States involved foreign born entrepreneurs.
BusinessWeek.com ran a story in the current issue about the son of illegal migrant workers from northern Mexico who eventually secured green cards as sponsored agricultural workers. Diago Borrego founded Networkcar in 1999 and currently serves as the firm’s director of engineering.
Networkcar designs and markets software that provides wireless vehicle management to fleet managers. The installed software monitors vehicles’ locations and diagnostics wirelessly, reporting up-to-the-minute status via the Internet.
The article traces his life from birth in an El Paso indigent clinic up to the present. Thanks to Valerie Chereskin for alerting me to this article.

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