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CEO Scott Boxer is making a success of Richardson-based Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning—again.
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A court battle over royalties from the steamy E.L. James trilogy is changing the meaning of business partnerships.
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The president and CEO of Ebby Halliday Realtors loves showing dogs.
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The founder and CEO of Bottle Rocket is into cosplay.
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Breaks from county and city governments abound in an attempt to lure big corporations—and their employees—to North Texas.
With access to money and scientific research, North Texas is a “sleeping giant” in the industry, supporters say.
The competition between the two states for jobs and economic growth isn’t as one-sided as you might think.
For high-achieving business executives, cutting horses provide another way to compete—and escape.
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