Originally posted by Local10
August 27, 2015
In a working class neighborhood outside San Juan, Puerto Rico, you'll find a surprising sense of optimism despite the island's economic hardships.
A restaurant owner said he hasn't had to cut anyone's hours, and he's also given workers a slight increase in pay, although a majority of their money comes in from tips.
Ulises Velasco admits that opening a second business last fall during tough times could have ended in failure. Read More.