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D CEO July-August 2015

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How Glenn Beck Became a Master of Media

EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year program honors the founder and CEO of Mercury Radio Arts.
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Features


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Business

Why You Need to Know Yvette Ostolaza

The managing partner of the Dallas office of Sidley Austin LLP is someone you might want on your side in court.
By Karen Nielsen
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Sports

Lunch With D CEO: Charlie Keegan

The president and CEO of Main Event Entertainment talks luxury bowling.
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Business

‘The Only Way to Fly’ Is … a Luxury Bus?

On the road to Austin with Vonlane, which targets busy execs looking to stay productive while traveling.
By Glenn Hunter
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Business

Meet the CEO: Todd Fiscus

The chief creative officer of Todd Events is known for throwing over-the-top parties.
By Jenna Peck
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Business

How CEOs Get in Shape

If you’re a stressed top exec aiming to go from flab to fab, one of these four fitness approaches could be just what the doctor ordered.
By Tom Stephenson
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My Passion: Gail Cooksey

The president and CEO of Cooksey Communications indulges her artistic side.
By Liz Johnstone
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5 Handsome Timepieces

For executives looking to avoid trendy, connected smart watches, these alternatives offer subtlety instead.
By Hamilton Hedrick
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Business

Auto Review: Bentley Flying Spur V8

Yes, this ride will impress your date.
By Glenn Hunter
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Business

The Secret Behind DFW’s Job-Creating Machine

The degree of labor-market freedom here tops the nation’s 25 biggest metros—and results in a robust employment climate.
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Business

The Medicaid Waiver Standoff

Another fight with the feds could jeopardize billions of dollars to provide healthcare for Dallas County’s poor.
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Business

The Proving Ground

When it comes to beefing up their in-house legal teams, more corporations are taking a “grow your own” approach.
By John G. Browning
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Corporate Cowboys

For high-achieving business executives, cutting horses provide another way to compete—and escape.
By Steve Kaskovich