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D CEO October 2006

Cover Story

The Playmaker: Bob Beaudine

From the boardroom to the basketball court, executive recruiter Bob Beaudine knows who belongs where. Most important, he knows why. CEOs anywhere can learn from his playbook.
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A Hire Purpose

Padgett Performance Group puts personalities in perspective.
By Pablo Lastra
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Al Coker

Al Coker has gone to Surf City and revisits often.
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Anaheim

There’s more to SoCal than that place with the mouse. See it in style.

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CEO Comings & Goings for July 2006

A list of chief executive appointments and resignations from July.
By D Magazine
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Chief Ethics Officer

Your company’s code of conduct is good, but not good enough. A true leader is on his best behavior for the sake of the bottom line.

By Merrie Spaeth
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Gen Fukunaga

Gen Fukunaga brings Japanese anime to life.
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Get Connected

In their new book The Art of Friendship: 70 Simple Rules for Making Meaningful Connections, Roger Horchow and his daughter Sally share a lifetime (and a half) of wisdom.

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Impressive Addresses

The fine print on your letterhead speaks volumes. Make sure it says the right things about your company and office in one of these beautiful buildings.
By D Magazine
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Michael E. Jalbert

EFJ’s Michael Jalbert discusses parks, technology, and peanuts
By D Magazine
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Surfing Turf

You, too, can hang ten.


Business

Taking the LEED

A Dallas company is banking on the need for green buildings. 


By Trey Garrison
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Tech Support

Suburbs—the smart ones, anyway—are baiting businesses with Wi-Fi.
By Trey Garrison
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That’s the Rub

Lotions and potions to keep you looking pretty.
By D Magazine
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The Growth of Hedge Funds

Dallas is a hotbed for these risky investments. If you’re long or short, look twice before you dive in.


By Brian Bruce
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The Problem with Earmarks

How Congressional earmarks for good causes are reaping bad results.