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D CEO May-June 2009

Cover Story

The Biggest Little Teardown in Texas?

Cellphone mogul Alan Goldfield and his wife built their dream home—35,000 square feet north of Hickory Creek—seven years ago and promptly put it on the market. They’re still waiting for a buyer.
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Features


Business

Highs and Lows

What soared—and what skidded—in DFW business.
By D Magazine
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Stormy Weather on the Radar for Dallas Commercial Real Estate

While DFW dodged the brunt of last year’s residential meltdown, the outlook is gloomy for commercial property in 2009.
By Peter Simek
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The Biggest Little Teardown in Texas?

Cellphone mogul Alan Goldfield and his wife built their dream home—35,000 square feet north of Hickory Creek—seven years ago and promptly put it on the market. They’re still waiting for a buyer.
By Mark N. Vamos
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Business

911 for Dallas Nonprofits

The Dallas Foundation creates a special fund to help struggling nonprofits affected by the economic downturn.
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Business

A Greener Office

By Kristiane Heap
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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
By D Magazine
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Dallas Ad Veterans Jump Start the Local Agency Scene

New agency jimbobkrause might light the spark that makes Dallas a vibrant agency town—again.
By Spencer Michlin
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Business

Five Questions for Earle Steinberg

Steinberg joined Dallas-based Thomas Group in March 2008. Thomas Group is an international, publicly traded professional-services firm specializing in “operational improvements.”
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Business

Five Steps To Surviving (And Thriving) In This Recession

Sound business advice from the experts at SMU.
By David Lei and Frank Lloyd, SMU Cox School of Business
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Glenn Hunter Tells Why Texas Hospitality Helps Lure Business

When it comes to the business climate, don’t discount the value of Texas hospitality.
Business

Good Corporate Citizenship Is Still In Vogue

Despite the downturn, the best companies are staying committed to corporate citizenship.
By Crayton Webb
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Business

Great Expectations for Dallas-based CP&Y

Thanks to government stimulus funds, Pete Patel’s engineering and consulting firm is poised to benefit from a new emphasis on infrastructure.
By Jennifer Warren
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Business

The Business Lunch: Nick & Sam’s Grill

The business-suit brigade is on the scene at Phil Romano’s latest delicious success story.
By Todd Johnson