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Car Smart

About 10 years ago, no one had heard of “telematics.” Now it’s an entire industry, giving owners remote access to their automobiles. CEO Steve Millstein and ATX Group are leading the way.
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Handango CEO Is Dialed In

CEO Randy Eisenman started Handango when smartphones were too bulky and expensive to be practical. Now they’re everywhere, and so is Eisenman’s company.

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Made in Dallas

Watch out China. CEO Bob Duncan applied the Japanese model of manufacturing to furniture making, and American Leather has been successful ever since.


Apologies, Inc.

CEOs should only say they’re sorry if they mean it. And if they have to.

Best Laid Plans

Using software and a bit of creativity, Digital e-plans makes space-planning a cinch.

Bob Heard

Bob Heard keeps your online belongings secure.

Food Court

What lawyers can do—and restaurants can’t—when dinner turns ugly and salads have rats.

New-School Approach

Success in the classrooms starts with a revolution in the boardrooms.

Pooch Policies

First Pet Life Insurance helps put a leash on veterinary bills for dogs and cats.

Steve Millstein

ATX Group CEO Steve Millstein helps drivers find their way—and much more— with the help of telematics.

Sweet Success

A local, 100-year-old candy company gets a new owner.

The Economics of an Invasion

People willing to work go where the jobs are. Dallas has jobs.

5 Power Ties You Need Now

Meet the new generation of power ties. Here, five brands worth building a collection around.


Craig Herrod

MEDHOST Inc. CEO Craig Herrod talks golf, positivity, and furnishing his new home.

David Nichols

David Nichols has an Hermes tie for nearly every day of the year.

Get Fit

Garland-based Keys Fitness makes it easier to squeeze workouts into your workday.

Health Management

For wellness-minded Dallas CEOs, the doctor is always in.

Salt Lake City, Utah

Unleash your adventurous side. We found the best places to sleep, scarf, and ski when business brings you to SLC.