Washington's Ethiopian 'car park king'
Henok Tesfaye, an Ethiopian immigrant to the US, started in the parking business with just himself and a few family members as employees.
Now he manages some of the largest car parks in the Washington DC area, including the city's convention centre, baseball stadium and Reagan National Airport, with a staff of over 600.
Now an American citizen, he hopes to leave his car park empire to his children.
- 27 August 2012
- BBC News