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Business

5 Questions for Tommy D. Lawler

The managing partner and CEO of Weaver shares his thoughts about our economic future.
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Business

Breakfast With D CEO: Paul Spiegelman

The chief executive officer of The Beryl Cos. is in the business of helping hospitals take care of their patients. But his bigger concern is taking care of his own employees.
By Jason Heid
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Business

Is Going Public the Best Option?

Will companies like BNSF, XTO Energy, and Perot Systems perform as well after they’re no longer independent and publicly traded?
By Mitchell Schnurman
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Business

The Co-Officing Trend Hits Dallas-Fort Worth

CoHabitat’s frat-like office space helps Dallas techies think bigger.
By Kerry Curry
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Business

The George W. Bush Institute Launches Natural Gas Nation

Hopefully Washington policymakers will listen to—and learn from—Dallas’ entrepreneurial spirit and fresh thinking on issues surrounding natural gas.
By Jennifer Warren
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Business

Blockbuster and GameStop Storefronts Aren’t Going Anywhere—Yet

Two Dallas-area rental giants show there’s life left in retail stores that provide expertise and convenience.
By Phil Harvey
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Business

Business Lunch: Samar by Stephan Pyles

The latest restaurant from superstar chef Stephan Pyles combines exotic flavors with small-bite portions. But will hungry Dallas diners be satisfied?
By Todd Johnson
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Closing Quotes from Dallas CEOs

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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Business

My Office: Ward Lay

The Dallas workplace of Ward Lay, chairman of Lay Capital Group and chairman and CEO of Andeluna Cellars.
By Kristiana Heap
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Law

The Dallas Divorce CEO

Mike McCurley runs his boutique law firm like a corporation.
By John G. Browning
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Business

The Driver’s Seat: Lexus RX 350

By Andrew Butler and Kristiana Heap
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Business

You Need to Know: David Kohl

The senior vice president at Roach Howard Smith & Barton makes it his business to protect board members.
By Kristiana Heap
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Uncategorized

Glenn Hunter Talks Growth Incentives

The Texas Enterprise Fund has provided the state with some needed ammo in the battle for jobs.
By D Magazine