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D CEO June 2006

Cover Story

Fields of Fortune

Jerry Jones- yes, that Jerry Jones- has big plans for Prosper, Texas. He and his Blue Star Land real estate firm want the tiny town to be its signature development. Only the entire country is watching.
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Angel of Mercy

Investor Laurence Briggs gives local start-ups an extra boost.
By A.J. Mistretta
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Bank You Very Much

Preston Road and Northwest Highway make up the busiest banking intersection in Dallas.
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Chef Executive Officer

Ditch the coat and grab a knife and apron.
By Trey Garrison
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Chicago

Chi-town can be your kind of town with happening hotels, fancy eateries, and fun festivities.
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Craig Rosengarden

Craig Rosengarden has more watches than wrist space to wear them.
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Hanky-Panky

The pocket squares your suits are lacking.
By Alexis Pond
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Metrics of a Start-up

Lessons learned from an editor who has started his fair share of publications.
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Nicole Small

The Museum of Nature & Science’s Nicole Small talks about challenges, triumps, and babies.
By D Magazine
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The Barnett Shale Millionaires

Much of North Texas sits atop a gold mine of natural gas. A new breed of wildcatters like Trevor Rees-Jones and independents like him stand to make millions, if not billions. Here’s how.
By Pablo Lastra
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The Frisco Kid

Craig Hall built an office park in a far north suburb no one had heard of and invests where few others dare tread.
By Trey Garrison
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The Rebirth of Bowl

Real estate consultant John Amend likes bowling. A lot. So much so that he built four lanes in his Mount Vernon-style mansion on White Rock Lake. And so much so that he started an Executive Bowling League for other CEOs who love to roll.
By Pamela Gwyn Kripke
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The Whims of Wall Street

Too Often, investor sentiment determines a company’s success more than sound fundamentals. Welcome to behavorial finance.
By Brian Bruce
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Watch Yourself

Your timepiece says much more about you than, “You’re late”.
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Wine, Women, and Song

Entrepreneur Glen Agritelley gave Addison a wine bar, Dallas women a clothing boutique, and Toy Orbison a fitting tribute.
By Laurie Dent