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D CEO December 2006

Cover Story

The Future of Television

Computer screens are replacing TVs, but Plano’s BIAP Systems wants to flip the switch. CEO Tim Peters talks about his company’s “killer app” for unsuspecting couch potatoes.
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Burbs Get Bullish on Business

Two local economic development organizations bring in dough and win awards.
By Michelle Irick

Coat Check for Men

When winter weather (finally) strikes, keep warm and look cool with these handsome coats.

By Alexis Pond

Corporate Retreat Round-Up

Need a getaway for your senior staff’s strategysession? The Dallas-Fort Worth area—and beyond—has plenty of options to choose from. PLUS: A handy comparison chart.

By Dawn McMullan

Dallas in a Flattened World

Our major civic institutions were created nearly a century ago. If Dallas is to compete on a world scale, we have to change—fast.

Distant Relatives

Guten tag from Bad Königshofen, Germany, and 24 other DFW suburb sister cities.



Glenn Strother

Glenn Strother attacks the slopes.

Land, Ho!

Last year was a good one for commercial real estate. Next year looks to be even better.Here’s why.
By Trey Garrison

“Mico” Rodriguez

“Mico” Rodriquez makes yummy food and handsome profits.

Pedal Pusher

Dawn Stokes helps tame the fast and the furious.
By Laurie Dent

Shopping Chauffeur and Gifts for Businessmen

Shopping Chauffeur saves the holidays and a gift guide for any industry exec.
By Kellie Doss

Skis, Please

Gear for any level of skier.
By Michelle Irick

Blood Work

Dr. Arthur P. Bollon believes he’s found a suitable substitute for human hemoglobin—in cows. How his company HemoBioTech could change medicine.


You’ll go for the history, but you’ll stay for the cheesesteaks.