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D CEO May 2017

Cover Story

A Look at Southwest Airlines 50 Years Later

Half a century after its incorporation papers were filed, the Dallas-based carrier is working harder than ever to reinforce its unique corporate culture.
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Features


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Business

Why You Need to Know Sally Bane

Plano’s director of economic development is the force behind the city’s swift development.
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Why Copper Reigns in North Texas

The region’s construction boom has been good for Encore Wire and Daniel Jones, its CEO.
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Lunch With D CEO: Ray Sedey

The Texas region president of McCarthy Building Cos. Inc. talks the future of his industry and how he’s preparing for it.
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Arts & Entertainment

How Gen Fukunaga Turned an Interest Into a $100M Venture

The Funimation Entertainment CEO’s childhood fascination with Japanese animation led to success.
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This Merger Will Create a $75 Billion Oil-And-Gas Giant

The union between Dallas’ Energy Transfer Partners and Sunoco Logistics will build an industry behemoth.
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My Passion: Steve Lieberman

The Retail Connection executive has found new fun and friends with the ElliptiGO.
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My Office: R. Gerald Turner

See where the SMU president spends his days.
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My Style: Erin Mathews

The Allie Beth Allman and Associates executive shares how her work influences her wardrobe.
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My Day: Monte Anderson

A look inside a typical day for the Options Real Estate owner.
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CEO Spotlight: Emmitt Smith

The real estate leader on lessons learned and future goals.
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My Toughest Challenge: Christine Allen

Hillcrest Bank’s senior vice president of commercial banking on losing her 14-year-old son to cancer.
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Business

How This ‘Urban In-Fill’ Project Is Showing Transition

The development is impacting an East Dallas neighborhood.
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Early Childhood Intervention Providers Are Still Standing

These North Texas programs are fighting to stay open in the wake of budget cuts and tighter Medicaid reimbursement restrictions.
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How Winston & Strawn Drafted Dallas’ ‘Dream Team’

The Chicago law firm barreled into North Texas, raiding stars from other companies for its new office.
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Housing Market

Is Dallas-Fort Worth’s Housing Market Losing Ground?

Real estate experts worry the region could soon lose its low-cost competitive advantage.
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