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D CEO April 2017

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Commercial Real Estate Awards 2017

Fifty-five of North Texas’ top projects and players are honored following a red-letter year.
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Features


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Why You Need to Know James Hinton

The president and CEO of Baylor Scott & White Health is the first newcomer to lead the nonprofit health system.
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Jamba Juice Is Leveling Up

Fresh off its relocation from California, the company is boosting its game to compete in DFW’s growing “smoothie mecca.”
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Lunch with D CEO: Rich McBee

The Mitel CEO on closing and directing deals.
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WatchGuard Video Offers an Extra Set of Eyes

The Allen-based business is booming as law enforcement nationwide comes under more scrutiny.
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How Texas Health Fort Worth Is Helping Premature Babies

The hospital found a creative way to increase survival rates.
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My Passion: Leon Backes

The president of Provident Realty Advisors shares his love of oil painting.
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My Office: Steve Ivy

A look inside the Heritage Auctions co-chairman and CEO’s work space.
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My Day: Harold Rapoza

Take a look inside the Hilton Anatole general manager’s schedule.
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CEO Spotlight: Sue Ansel

The CEO and president of Gables Residential discusses lessons learned.
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My Toughest Challenge: Clay Jenkins

The Dallas County judge discusses 2014’s Ebola outbreak.
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Will Payday Lenders Sink Or Swim?

Texas is home to more than one in five American “stores” that make pricey loans to the working poor. Legislators may bolster the state’s standing—or kill most of it off.
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Why Dallas Hasn’t Gotten Its Share of DFW’s Employment Boom

A closer look at geographical distribution of the incoming jobs.
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The Rise of the Sharing Economy

On-demand tech companies could help Dallas-Fort Worth “democratize” its economy.
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Will Curtailing Regulations Really Unleash a New Wave of Drilling?

The new administration thinks its energy plan will ignite industry growth. But signs show oil and gas are doing just fine already.
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