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D CEO May 2020

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The Life and Times of a Media Magnate

A former small-town anchorman, Nexstar Media Group’s Perry Sook owns more television stations than anyone else in the country. Up next: Reinventing local news.


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On Topic: Strategies For a Successful Post-Merger Combination of Companies

Ran Holman, Bob Pryor, and Malcolm Holland talk common denominators, shared visions, and moving parts.

Meet the Dallas 500: Sakina Foster, Haynes and Boone

The finance practice group partner is an advocate for diversity, equality, and civility.
Van’s Kitchen egg rolls
Food & Beverage

Locally Sourced: Who’s Making What in Dallas

The North Texas region is a hotbed for manufacturing a wide range of goods.

Meet the Brothers Who Want to Become the Pep Boys of Private Aviation

Aerospace Quality R&D is one of only a handful of companies that offers an alternative to airplane manufacturers.

Healthcare Consolidation is on the Rise in North Texas

Physician groups are being snapped up by health systems and PE firms. But is it good for patients and payers?

Five Actions Business Leaders Can Take To Create A More Sustainable Future

EarthX Founder Trammell S. Crow says the best environmental solutions will come from market-driven, business-led innovations.
David Coale partner at Lynn Pinker Cox & Hurst reading tarot cards

How Dallas Litigator David Coale Became a Tarot Card Reader

For the partner at Lynn Pinker Hurst & Schwegmann, it all began in New Orleans’ French Quarter.
Tanya Ragan
Commercial Real Estate

Downtown Dallas Inspires This Urban Developer’s Wardrobe

Whether it’s real estate, startup, community, or branding, Wildcat Management’s Tanya Ragan says each of her projects has its own identity and becomes her muse.
Farukh Aslam
My Roots

My Roots: Farukh Aslam

The Sinclair Holdings CEO moved to the U.S. to study electrical engineering. Today he owns a luxury Fort Worth hotel.
Dallas History

Early Influencers: Herbert Marcus

After moving to Texas from Kentucky, he and his family disrupted retail by focusing on high-quality, ready-to-wear clothing, versus couture.