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D CEO February 2009

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Harold Simmons’ Nuclear Option

Fourteen years and $150 million since he bought into it, Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons is hoping that a radioactive-waste dump in West Texas will Soon boost his flagging fortunes.
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Closing Quotes

Memorable comments Culled from “CEO Spotlight,” a weekday program on KRLD-AM (1080) featuring interviews by business analyst David Johnson
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Business

Eight Questions for Executive Coach Tony Jeary

Jeary is a Dallas-based author and “executive coach” who’s worked with the heads of top companies like New York Life, Ford, Wal-Mart, and AMR Investments, as well as with the city of Irving.

Business

Hillwood vs. Allen Group: Who will dominate the DFW Cargo Business?

A battle is brewing between two huge distribution facilities in North Texas, and the region may be the winner.
By Wendy Lyons Sunshine
Business

Image Maker

A Dallas company is making waves with ‘distance communications.’

By Dave Moore
Business

In An Economic Downturn, Keep Communications Open

In an economic downturn, good corporate communications are key.
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Business

Money Man John Bergner Keeps Wealth in the Family

A Dallas attorney helps high-dollar clients maintain their wealth.

By Sommer Saadi
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Moving Time

If it’s serious about restructuring, GM needs to relocate its headquarters to Dallas.
Business

The Business Lunch: Tei An

Owner Teiichi Sakurai invites you to slurp the most delicious noodles in Dallas at his chic new One Arts restaurant.
By Todd Johnson
Business

What the Doctor Ordered: Dr Pepper’s latest ad campaign

A TV star helps sell Plano’s Dr Pepper with stylish perfection.
By Spencer Michlin
Business

Who’s Who at One Victory Park

One Victory Park’s eco-friendly qualities, ergonomics, and hip location in Victory Park have become rent-bait for various corporate tenants.


By Dave Moore
Business

Women Entrepreneurs and their Million-Dollar Ideas

For these female entrepreneurs, success was just a business away.
By D Magazine