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D CEO April 2019

Cover Story

Dallas Companies Pass Along the Family Business

The next generation is rising through the ranks at family businesses across North Texas.
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Features


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Business

Meet the Heir Apparent at One of DFW’s Fastest-Growing Companies

Ashley Glover has acquisition-hungry RealPage hitting on all cylinders.
By Jeremiah Jensen
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Business

Senderra Rx Takes Off

Win Purifoy didn’t know a thing about pharmaceuticals when he started. Less than a decade later, he’s built a $700 million business.
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Government

Lunch With: Jim Falk, CEO of the Region’s World Affairs Council

A worldly discussion over baba ghanoush and Moroccan tea.
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Health & Medicine

What a New Facility Means for the Southwest Transplant Alliance

And how three people who helped build it were impacted by organ donation.
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Personalities

My Toughest Challenge: Skip Howard

Before he wooed corporate clients, the founder of techie startup Spacee had to tackle dyslexia.
By Skip Howard as told to Brandon Call
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Economy

Is Dallas-Fort Worth Headed for a Recession?

Any downturn will bring pain, but North Texas usually fares better than most.
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Commercial Real Estate

Developers Aim for Walkable Urban Space in North Oak Cliff

Exxir Capital and others are going back to the way communities were built before the automobile had people flocking to the suburbs.
By Jeremiah Jensen
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Publications

Tracking Dallas’ IP Footprint

North Texas is one of the most prolific patent markets in the country.
By Jeff Bounds
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Finance

My Office: Keith Cargill

The Texas Capital Bank CEO’s digs scream Lone Star State.
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Finance

My Style: Nick Lalonde

The Edward Jones financial advisor shops at J. Hilburn and looks up to Conor McGregor.
By D CEO
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Finance

My Roots: Manny Fernandez, KPMG Dallas Office Managing Partner

Growing up in Castro’s Cuba has made Fernandez grateful for his life in the states.
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Publications

AT&T and Sprint’s 5G Legal Dispute Illustrates the Ways of Wireless

In the race to the next generation of connectivity, lines are getting blurred—or ignored.
By Shawn Shinneman