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D CEO September 2010

Cover Story

Can the Dallas Symphony Orchestra Rise Above the Financial Crunch?

There’s a sense of urgency at the DSO, where expenses are up and donations are down.
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Features


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Business

5 Questions for Don Hodges

The founder and chairman of Hodges Capital Management talks stocks.
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Business

A Former Banker Becomes an Underwear Entrepreneur

When the financial industry crisis left Greg Hall jobless, he launched Slix.
By Silver Hogue
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Business

Breakfast with D CEO: Randy Dewitt

The creator of Twin Peaks and Rockfish eateries talks up his many new ventures over a few bites of lemon pound cake.
By Jason Heid
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Business

The Driver’s Seat: Cadillac CTS

Superbly stylish and with enough power to rival most vehicles on the road, this Caddy earns our seal of approval.
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Business

How Dallas Social Venture Partners Helps Nonprofits

This fund sheds the conventional approach to philanthropy by using a venture-capitalist model.
By Georgia Fisher
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Publications

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra Needs Financial Help—Now

But convincing Dallasites that the orchestra is relevant and worthy is no easy job.
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Law

Debt Collectors Gone Wild

As the economy continues sputtering, complaints about abusive third-party tactics are on the rise.
By John G. Browning
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Business

Harold Simmons Discusses Waste Control Specialists

A controversial radioactive waste facility, a chemical plant, and philanthropic endeavors are addressed.
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Business

Mark Noble Helps Make Downtown Dallas a Little Greener

The co-chair of Main Street Garden hopes the open space is a place everyone wants to go.
By Chuck Cox
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Business

Meet the CEO: Bill Darling

The co-founder of Darling Homes (along with two other brothers) is an avid philanthropist.
By Hannah Boen
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Business

How Pier 1 Imports Made a Turnaround

The plan was deceptively simple: cut costs and grow same-store sales.
By Mitchell Schnurman
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Business

Business Lunch: Charlie Palmer at The Joule

Suave, sophisticated, and deliciously inventive, this hotel restaurant is a cut above standard Dallas steakhouses.
By Todd Johnson
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Business

‘Special Servicers’ Help North Texas Companies Leave Distressed Properties

In commercial real estate these days it’s about walking away unscathed, with the ability to buy properties in the future.
By Connie Gore
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Business

The Wilson Historic District is a Neighborhood of Nonprofits

The Meadows Foundation leases each Victorian house to a philanthropic business—for free.
By Eric Nicholson
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Business

You Need to Know: Katherine Wagner

The CEO of the Business Council for the Arts is merging art and economic development.
By Ashley M. Slayton