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D CEO November 2010

Cover Story

Don’t Call Laura Miller a Lobbyist

The former Dallas mayor never quite shook her image as an “anti-business” liberal. Now she’s on the payroll of a power company, working to build a $2 billion “clean-coal” plant in West Texas.
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Features


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Business

Breakfast with D CEO: Catherine Monson

The CEO of Fastsigns International talks about franchising over a healthy breakfast.
By Jason Heid
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Business

The Driver’s Seat: Buick Lacrosse CX Sedan

This latest model from GM’s oft-forgotten nameplate shows that the company is using Uncle Sam’s money wisely.
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Business

Caiman Energy Looks East for Natural Gas

The new Dallas company aims to strike while the iron’s hot in the Marcellus Shale.
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Nature & Environment

Margaret Keliher Helps Clear the Air

Dallas’ first female county judge is harnessing corporate clout to curb smog in North Texas.
By Anna Clark
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Business

Fighting Bureaucracy, One Hotel Reservation at a Time

After selling their company for big bucks to Barry Diller, the founders of Hotels.com have grand plans for their newest venture, Getaroom.com.
By Mark Druskoff
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Business

Meet the CEO: Andres Ruzo of LinkAmerica

The telecommunications expert shares his strengths, weaknesses, and favorite TV show. (Spoiler alert: Criminal Minds.)
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Business

7 Questions for the Interstate Batteries CEO

Carlos Sepulveda talks about the state of his business.
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Food and Drink

Business Lunch: Ocean Prime

Both retro and modern, this Uptown supper club is a swinging good time.
By Todd Johnson
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Publications

The Lost Art of Customer Service

Editor’s Note: Some companies have forgotten how to treat their patrons with common decency.
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Publications

Tom Hicks Feels the Bankruptcy Burn

The Texas Rangers and Six Flags discover that Chapter 11 isn’t the easiest way to clean up a hot mess.
By Mitchell Schnurman
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Publications

The Women of Dallas Commercial Real Estate

What started with a handful of female brokers now boasts more than 300 members.
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Business

You Need to Know: Jim Penn of Whitley Penn

He may be the best business-valuation guy in Texas.
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Publications

How Zaya Younan Became Dallas’ Largest Office Property Owner

The Middle Eastern immigrant came to America with nothing but a hand-me-down Bible and $25. Now he’s the landlord of 6.4 million square feet of North Texas office space.
By Connie Gore
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Food and Drink

Will Gloria’s Recipes Change the Law?

As the restaurant chain duels with a former manager over the scope of his ‘non-compete’ agreement, the legal landscape may be about to change radically.
By John G. Browning