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Primaries Are Over. Here’s What Your November Ballot Could Look Like
About 105,000 voters decided who will be on your ballot in November. Will turnout be any better on Election Day?
The Difficult Conversation I Had With My Fifth-Grader
The Leading Edge of Inclusion: Promoting Mental Health in the Workplace
By Sharoon Gill
This Dream Home’s Stereo System Needed Its Own Foundation
Meet the Dallas 500: G. Brint Ryan
Ryan Chairman and CEO talks about client concerns, taking risks, and more.
Meet the Dallas 500: Evan Lieb Beattie
The chairman and CEO of GFF Architects talks about how autonomous vehicles will impact several industries, trends in the built environment, and more.
Meet the Dallas 500: Dalia Powers
The Humana senior vice president of digital products and engineering shares her passion for mentoring young women in technology.
The Wheels Up chief growth officer was the first Black president of a private aviation company.
By D CEO
Meet the Dallas 500: Kenneth Novice
The president of Broadway Dallas—recently rebranded from Dallas Summer Musicals—on how DFW can become the arts capital of America, his Mt. Everest hike, and more.
Meet the Dallas 500: Rogers Brandon Healy
The real estate star on his music memorabilia collection (Jimi Hendrix’s hair?), the diversification of Dallas, and the future of the region’s “crazy” residential market.
Meet the Dallas 500: Geoffroy van Raemdonck
The CEO of Neiman Marcus Group talks about his extreme skiing hobby, the latest fashion trend, and more.
Who Should Be in
It's the ultimate power list of North Texas business leaders. The deadline to suggest local executives for inclusion is June 30.
Meet the Dallas 500: Christian Corts
Truist's North Texas Regional President talks leading as the youngest person in the room, the nonprofit his family started, and gives his book recommendation.
Meet the Dallas 500: Michael Anthony Horne
The Parkland Foundation CEO on his first job at CVS, his time as a middle school principal, and healthcare disparities in Dallas.