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In 2001, with her brother Enrique Quintana, Ana Rosa created her own production company, Cuarzo Producciones, with which she took charge of the program Sabor a ti, until then produced by Martingala.[6] Also in 2001, in the month of November, she became editor of her own magazine, with the female publication AR. La Revista de Ana Rosa, published monthly by Hachette Filipacchi.[7] On February 25, 2011, she became the editor of her own magazine, with the women’s publication AR.

On February 25, 2011, the wife of Santiago del Valle, charged with murder in the Mari Luz case, went to prison after declaring on El programa de Ana Rosa that her husband had killed Mari Luz Cortés, something she had previously denied.[15] In April 2011, the Supreme Court of Spain ruled that her husband had killed Mari Luz Cortés, something she had previously denied.[16] In April 2011, the Supreme Court of Spain ruled that her husband had killed her.

In April 2011, the Supreme Court sentenced Ana Rosa Quintana and her production company Cuarzo Producciones to pay 100,000 euros to the bullfighter Finito de Córdoba and his wife Arancha Del Sol for violation of their honor and privacy.[21] In April 2011, the Supreme Court sentenced Ana Rosa Quintana and her production company Cuarzo Producciones to pay 100,000 euros to the bullfighter Finito de Córdoba and his wife Arancha Del Sol for violation of their honor and privacy.

The disputes and lawsuits within Cuarzo, between partners and between workers and owners, which began in 2017, were finally settled when in October 2019 Ana Rosa received 21 million euros in compensation. [42]​[43]​[44]​[45]​[46]​

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Ana Rosa’s program is one of them. However, as happened last summer, one collaborator has stood out above the rest: psychologist Ana Villarubia (30). This young woman is the daughter-in-law of the presenter Ana Rosa Quintana. The curious thing about this case is that she only attends the program when her mother-in-law is on vacation.

With a degree in Psychology from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, the wife of Álvaro, the son she has with the journalist Alfonso Rojo, has returned this summer to the program where she participates in the talk shows contributing her point of view as a psychologist on current affairs.

She also collaborates in her mother-in-law’s magazine AR in the section Adictas al amor (Addicted to love), in which she addresses the main doubts that assail women when starting (or ending) a relationship, as well as in various television channels such as La 2 or laSexta, newspapers, radio stations and magazines.

A blue-eyed blonde, those who know her speak of her as a hard-working, kind and discreet person. In fact, her collaborations in El Programa de Ana Rosa have only taken place in summer so as not to coincide on screen with her mother-in-law and that this could be used against both of them.

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Álvaro Rojo Quintana, son of the famous journalists Alfonso Rojo and Ana Rosa Quintana, has joined the board of directors of Argomaniz Inversiones, Ana Rosa’s financial arm.

With this change of corporate regime, the management entity, Lombard Odier, a Swiss bank specialized in the administration of large assets; the depositary entity, BNP Paribas Securities; and three representatives of these institutions, cease to be part of the board of directors.

Ana Rosa owns 93.9% of Argomaniz through her holding company Otelum. Its assets amount to 30 million. Most of them correspond to the value assigned to its holdings in real estate companies.