| 14 years ago Drug dealers know solid business principles; they’re just on the wrong side of the law. Catherine Rohr and her Prisoner Entrepreneurship Program educates and rehabilitates future ex-con businessmen.
| 14 years ago Cityplace is in the final stages of two decades of redevelopment, a bad time for the city to pull out as a partner. Neal Sleeper, for one, is glad it didn’t.
| 14 years ago Why must CEOs be funny? Blame Herb Kelleher—and several decades of research.
| 14 years ago Woot.com sells one product per 24 hours—an idea just crazy enough to work.
| 14 years ago Ralph Hawkins of architecture firm HKS has built just about everything.
| 14 years ago In the battle for economic development, every local neighborhood, suburb, and town is well-armed—except for the city that gives them all a reason to exist.
| 14 years ago Catherine Carr offers help for the organizationally challenged.
| 14 years ago Toke on your next stogie in style with these lavish cigars and accessories.
| 14 years ago Richardson-based IntelliCool’s radical new invention: a bearable Texas summer.
| 14 years ago Javier Gutierrez likes cigars so much he dedicated a room at his eponymous Mexican restaurant to them.
| 14 years ago Bill Kibler founded WBK Construction at a time when guilds were commonplace. Now, spreadsheets rule the day at work sites. Still WBK, under the helm of Bill’s son Kirk, continues to grow.