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Citizen Crow

Son of the legendary developer Trammell Crow, Harlan Crow almost single-handedly saved the family from financial disaster following the 1980s real-estate crash. Now the tenacious CEO of Crow Holdings says he’s trying to save Dallas from making a “mistake” with a taxpayer-funded, convention-center hotel.
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The Advocates

They’re at the very top of their game, regularly winning high-stakes legal battles for companies and consumers alike. Here’s why if you’re a North Texas CEO, you never want to face Mike McKool, Jeff Tillotson, Mark Werbner, Martin Rose, or Frank Branson in court.
By D Magazine
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The Battle for the Nonprofit Dollar

Corporations, foundations, an individuals are all getting savvier about philanthropy these days. That’s forced Dallas-Fort Worth’s nearly 17,000 nonprofits to be more laser-like in their pitches to potential donors and to focus more on accountability and results.
By D Magazine
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Chip Champs

From manufacturing to medicine, Texas instruments continues to set the pace in technological innovation.
By Phil Harvey
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Giving And Getting

Advice for beleagured companies picking a charity of choice.
By Crayton Webb
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How to Get Through Tough Times

With the economy in rockier straits, we asked four top executives who survived Dallas’ 1980s crash to reflect personally on the challenges of working through a slump.
Business

Letter Perfect

Susie-Melissa Cherry has won an international following for her calligraphic-arts business.
By Angela Faulkner Stout
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Marbles In The Soup

Companies that depict food in their ads often have a fine line to walk.
By Spencer Michlin
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My Passion: Robert Knebel

Robert Knebel on the joys of pipe smoking.

By Rayven Williams
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On the Bookshelf

A new book from a local CEO shines light on a difficult subject.
By Ashleigh Falk
Publications

Pipe Dreams

Everything smokers need to light, puff, and display their collectibles.

By Rayven Williams
Business

The Giving Game

Corporate philanthropy is great, so long as it’s done for the right reasons.
Business

The YouTube Phenomenon

Barack Obama has a lot to teach CEOs about communicating via YouTube.

By Merrie Spaeth
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You Need to Know…David Johnson

David Johnson tells the world about North Texas business.
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Louisville

May in Louisville means only one thing: The Kentucky Derby.
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Peter Beck

The Beck Group’s Peter Beck on his father, summer gardening, and the difference between problems and predicaments.
By Ashleigh Falk
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The Mansion

Forget lunch. Join Dallas A-list on the veranda for eggs Benedict and negotiations.
By Todd Johnson