Leading Off (4/28/14)

Toyota's Plano Move, Stars Out in 6, Love Field's Remaining Gates, and Naming Rights for DART.

Toyota Moving to Plano? That’s the word on the street. More than 4,000 workers could set up in a Legacy business park, in office space totaling 1 to 1.5 million square feet. As Bloomberg first reported Sunday, Toyota is looking to reduce operating costs by moving from California. The move is expected to be announced today.

Stars Fall to Ducks in Overtime. It looked promising with a 4-2 lead, with 2:10 left on the clock. But no dice. The Stars are out in 6.

Consultants Push Southwest for Love Field Gates. Two gates are on the table, and L.E.K. Consultants, a  group hired by the city, has come out in favor of Southwest Airlines. American Airlines is required to divest the two gates as part of a lawsuit agreement made while the airline merged with U.S. Airways. The Justice Department has already stated that it thinks the gates should go to Virgin America.

DART Might Sell Naming Rights for Lines. Estimates show DART could bring in as much as $24.5 million over 15 years.