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D CEO October 2011

Cover Story

Trevor Rees-Jones: The Wildcatter

He left a law career to search for oil and gas on a speculative basis, and once drilled 17 dry holes in a row. He never gave up, though, and today he’s a multibillionaire “throwback” to the great Texas energy legends.
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Features


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Business

Breakfast With: Robert Shapard of Oncor

The energy distribution company’s chairman and CEO calmly deals with a year of trying weather.
By Jason Heid
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Business

How Cloud Computing Lets Companies Do More

And, just as importantly, waste less.
By Phil Harvey
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Jack Matthews: Formidable Developer

Don’t let his quiet, down-to-earth demeanor fool you. He’s behind some of North America’s most impressive projects.
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Food and Drink

Business Lunch: Malai Kitchen

Authentic Asian fare with a stylish West Village twist awaits.
By Todd Johnson
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Why Mark Cuban is the Best Owner in Sports

The Dallas Mavericks’ biggest fan shakes up more than basketball.
By Mitchell Schnurman
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Also in This Issue

Other articles of interest in our October 2011 edition.
By D Magazine