D CEO’s 108-page August 2021 edition is now available online. Read about the more than 100 finalists in D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards shaping a new era of corporate citizenship, follow Brad Alberts’ journey to making Dallas a hockey town as CEO of the Dallas Stars, and get an inside look at 47 entrepreneurs guiding the course of innovation in DFW as EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year finalists.
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You’ll also find:
- Satish Malhotra, The Container Store’s new CEO, who is reorganizing the custom closet and in-home storage enterprise.
- Photo recaps of D CEO’s Mergers and Acquisitions Awards and Women’s Leadership Symposium events.
- Taiga Coolers, a company making custom coolers luxury.
- An On the Table interview with Calvert Collins-Bratton, the Methodist Health Foundation executive tailoring parks for those who want to use them most.
- A look at Falcon Events, the Irving-based production company which produced 175 virtual events, hired 83 employees and outgrew its office space three times in 2020.
- Jonathan Buchanan, the City Golf Club founder on a mission to make amateurs play like professionals.
- The toughest business challenges that Isaac Brown of Fidelity Investments, Kimberly Davison of Griffith Davison, and Robin Pou of Robin Pou Inc. have overcome.
- Holmes Murphy & Associates’ Den Bishop advises on vaccine policy considerations for businesses.
- How Vizient CEO Byron Jobe escaped being buried alive by an avalanche.
- A look at how labor market shortages are messing with Texas’ job creation, despite the fierce demand for labor.
- Executives off duty: Dallas Mavericks CMO Iris Diaz on showing emotion through painting, interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer’s go-to style looks, and a healing experience for body, mind, and soul in Scottsdale and Sedona with real estate executive Beth Lambert.
- Parkland Center for Clinical Innovation President and CEO Steve Miff on his immigration journey, starting his time in the U.S. working in Domino’s with his father.
- The story of how Dallasite Col. Henry Exall built Highland Park and Exall Lake.
Read these stories and more here.