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Dr. Faroque Khan has been a key figure in the Long Island Muslim community for decades.

Shaping the Future

by Kevin Fung on November 13, 2013  

Dr. Faroque Khan has helped to shape the future of medicine on Long Island.

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Silvana Diaz is the publisher of Noticia, Long Island's Spanish language newspaper.

Keeping the Community Informed

by Andrea Macancela on October 14, 2013  

Silvana Diaz is carrying the legacy of the family newspaper business.

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Raj Kumar's Bengali Sweet Shop has a history dating back more than 25 years.

Before Little India Was Little India

by Kevin Fung on September 6, 2013  

While Hicksville today is known for “Little India,” one local immigrant entrepreneur was there before everyone else.

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Nayyar Imam has owned and operated four different pharmacies during a 23-year career of helping to keep Long Islanders healthy.

Helping to Keep Long Islanders Healthy

by Kevin Fung on July 15, 2013  

Long Island Wins sat down with the immigrant owner of a successful pharmacy in Coram.

Nearly One in Five Small Businesses Are Owned by Immigrants

by Ted Hesson on June 14, 2012  

From the Associated Press.

Companies Still Haven’t Figured Out the Latino Market

by John Stodder on June 7, 2012  

From the Long Island Business News.

At Farmingville Studio, Japanese Arts Are Martial, Musical, and Marital [VIDEO]

by María del Mar Piedrabuena on May 24, 2012  

Bonding over Japanese culture, a couple grows a business together.

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