| 3 years ago Inventory in Dallas’ high-rise condo market is still thin. But if a couple of developers are willing to take on the risk, we could see another construction boom.
| 3 years ago After 10 years of little activity, regulations and tax changes have lenders—the big ones at least—looking to buy into new markets.
| 3 years ago With more corporations calling North Texas home, there's potential for a crunch of tech workers.
| 3 years ago The airlines are locked in a fight regarding gate policies—or the lack of them—at Dallas Love Field.
| 3 years ago The chairman, president, and CEO of Veritex Community Bank on weathering a job loss with a newborn at home.
| 3 years ago The executive vice President and COO of Methodist Health System on her love of playing the flute.
| 3 years ago The bakery makes more money per square foot than any other restaurant in Trinity Groves’ incubator.
| 3 years ago The founder and chief director of the Center for BrainHealth explains the St. Francis figure in her UT-Dallas office.
| 3 years ago Dubai’s Invest Group Overseas has mostly laid low on its $800 million The Gate project in Frisco. But that’s about to change.
| 3 years ago The director of community development and corporate social responsibility at Texas Capital Bank on her uniquely personal look.
| 3 years ago The president and CEO of HollyFrontier Corp. on his parents immigrating from Greece to pursue the American Dream.
| 3 years ago Michelle Corson's nonprofit On The Road Lending offers low-cost car loans to those who need it most.
| 3 years ago The president of Solender/Hall Inc. takes us along on a day leading the boutique commercial real estate company.
| 3 years ago The president of Al Biernat’s Restaurant on his first job, his greatest inspiration, and more.
| 3 years ago Kara Kluver takes on more and more responsibility at Epsilon, thanks in part to a Plano nonprofit called My Possibilities.
| 3 years ago The CEO of the Richardson Chamber of Commerce on his first job, working as a janitor.