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Highs and Lows

What soared—and what skidded—in DFW business.
By D Magazine |

TNT Marketing Inc., an Arlington-based convenience-store company, signed on to market the Playboy Energy Drink nationwide. Just don’t expect to see Hef at the local 7-Eleven.

UNT announced plans to offer graduate business administration classes in India. Call it “reverse outsourcing.”

Blockbuster partnered with TiVo to provide movies on-demand. You’re making progress, Jim Keyes, but you ain’t out of the woods yet.

After the Texas AG sued Credit Solutions of America for fraud, the Richardson debt-settlement company said it’s “110 percent committed” to satisfying customers. But it’s working on getting that down to 80 percent.

Who says nothing is selling? At The Tower in Fort Worth, 182,000 square feet of commercial space was snapped up by a company out of Beverly Hills, Calif.
Swanky, Cowtown!

Irving-based Fluor Corp. is out $2.1 billion after the Kuwait National Petroleum Co. put the brakes on a refinery contract. How do you say “ouch” in Arabic?