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Brandon J. Call is a contributing editor for D CEO magazine. An award-winning business and data journalist, Call previously served as data editor for the Dallas Business Journal and research director for Albuquerque Business First. Prior to that, he held various editorial posts at Albuquerque The Magazine and New Mexico Magazine. Send him story ideas: [email protected]

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Hospitality

Four Seasons to Step Away From Las Colinas Resort

Move comes as luxury hotel brand prepares to develop a $750 million high-rise in Uptown.
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CRE Opinion

Businesses Should Plug In to Electric Vehicle Trend to Keep Their Spark

Don Mills, executive vice president of design and construction for KDC, says the absence of critical EV infrastructure and charging stations could make organizations seem less attractive to potential employees.
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Commercial Real Estate

Conversation With: Sharon Morrison, esrp

The North Texas real estate leader on the firm’s new Arts District office space, company culture, and the year ahead.
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Commercial Real Estate

Key Takeaways from Weitzman’s 2022 Retail Survey and Forecast

The forecast? "For 2022 and 2023, we are looking forward to a healthy retail market," says Weitzman's Michelle Caplan.
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CRE Opinion

DFW’s Tech Workforce Fuels Economic Growth

Bob Mohr, founder and chairman of Mohr Capital says the sector is fueling leasing activity locally.

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Commercial Real Estate

Multifamily Architecture Pioneer Mark Humphreys Passes Away

The North Texas leader grew his Humphreys & Partners to be the largest apartment design firm in the country.
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CRE Opinion

Succeeding in Business in the Long Term: Weathering Booms, Bubbles, and Busts

Jackson-Shaw's Michele Wheeler shares lessons learned from ups and downs of real estate cycles.
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Commercial Real Estate

Deadline Extended: D CEO’s Commercial Real Estate Awards

The program honors North Texas’ top projects, transactions, dealmakers, and industry leaders.
Merrilee Kick, the founder and CEO of BuzzBallz/Southern Champion
Business

Merrilee Kick is Creating a Big Buzz

How an ex-Plano high school teacher built a quirky libations brand into a $70 million global enterprise.
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Awards

Lori Ryerkerk is D CEO’s CEO of the Year

The trailblazer makes social responsibility a priority at the $6.3 billion Celanese Corp.