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D CEO January 2008

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The Education of Comer Cottrell

How a pioneering black businessman found success in Dallas—and helped change the city forever.
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Energy Industry

Dallas Wind-Energy Company Helps China Clean Up Its Act

Patrick Jenevein of Tang Energy Group is making waves with the company’s Chinese projects.
By Jennifer Warren
Publications

Dallas-Based Sleep Holdings Sees Big Money in Sleepless Nights

Acquisitions specialist Roy Mers wants to cure all those people with sleep disorders—one small clinic at a time.
By D Magazine
Publications

3 Questions for Ryan Inc.’s Karey Barton

Barton is the senior manager of Dallas-based tax-service firm, Ryan Inc.

By D Magazine
Publications

Dallas-Based Corner Bakery Aims to be Nation’s Favorite Neighborhood

A California restaurateur wants to make Corner Bakery the place where everybody knows your name. 
By Angela Noto
Business

Get Well Soon

Corporate wellness programs can help get your employees—and your bottom line—in better shape.

By Crayton Webb
Business

Making Sense of Mission Statements

DallasCEO’s Trey Garrison looks at the mission statements of some local
companies—both large and small—and tries to figure out just what they
mean.

By D Magazine
Business

The Online Sleuths

For more and more companies, social-networking sites are no longer just for social networking.

By D Magazine
Publications

Thinking About Race

Racial discussion can be raw in Dallas. Just ask Comer Cottrell.
Business

You Need To Know: Edith Personette

Personette counts the W Victory Residences among her high-profile Dallas-area clients.

By Mary Candace Evans
Publications

Dallas-Fort Worth’s Economic Outlook for 2008

DFW’s economy should be well-positioned for the future—if we meet the challenge of minority education.

By D Magazine
Publications

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough

Tackle the toughest of terrain with these mountaineering products.

By Angela Noto
Publications

Baltimore, Maryland

Historic hotels and loads of charm make Baltimore a little city with a lot of heart.
Business

Business Lunch: Dallas Fish Market

Seafood returns to downtown Dallas in this hip, modernist remake.

By Todd Johnson
Business

John Eagle

Eagle has worked for just one company his entire career: the
Dallas automobile-dealership group founded in 1962 by his father, Bob Eagle.
By D Magazine
Weddings

My Passion: Robie Vaughn

Adventurer Robie Vaughn gets his kicks from mountaineering.