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D CEO April 2021

Cover Story

How Michael Sorrell is Remaking Education at Paul Quinn

While students have continued learning off campus, the Paul Quinn College president has jumped on the opportunity to transform the school, creating a new model for higher-ed.

Features


Mandy Price CEO of Kanarys
Business

Kanarys CEO Mandy Price Brings Data to DEI Efforts

The Harvard grad left her law career to help companies with diversity, equity, and inclusion strategies that have real impact.
Thomas Walker, CFO of Dallas Cowboys
Business

Meet the Dallas 500: Dallas Cowboys CFO Thomas Walker

Juggling it all for the Jones family—from oil and gas to logistics and technology—Walker says his mother will always be his greatest inspiration.
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Business

Why Australian Entrepreneur Daniella Menachemson Moved to Dallas to Grow Her Company

Launched in 2019, StyleNations lets hospitality clients customize fabrics and finishes for commercial furniture.
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Business

On The Table: After Eight Years in the Wilderness, Doug Michel Found His Tribe

The incoming president of Entrepreneur’s Organization says the peer-to-peer network has been critical to his success.
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Business

Trade Troubles in Texas

The export king will keep its crown, but will the economy lose a growth engine?
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Advice

On Topic: DFW Business Leaders Share The Best Business Advice They Received

From picking a boss over a job to being courageous about speaking up, executives with T-Mobile, EY, and Vistra Corp. share some sage advice.
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Advice

Tax Advice for a New Administration

Legal tax experts Brady Cox and Jason Freeman offer personal and corporate guidance ahead of potential legislative changes.
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Business

Solv CEO Megan Dimmer Describes Her Fashion as Urban Classic

As the daughter of a fashion design professor, she got early lessons in textiles and style.
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Books

7 Books Recommended by Highly Successful DFW Execs

NTT Data’s Bob Pryor on looking beyond gut instincts, University of Dallas’ Brett J. L. Landry on creating your “leap,” and more.