D CEO August 2023 Issue
The bank’s new CEO aims to expand market share throughout the Lone Star State.
Third-generation, Family-Run Company Dee Brown Inc. Has Had a Hand in Some of North Texas’ Most Iconic Buildings
Led by Robert Barnes III, the company has worked on the construction of the Dallas Federal Reserve, all of DFW’s major sports stadiums except Globe Life Field, and more.
The President and CEO of Dallas’ WNBA team—and leader of Panther City Lacrosse Club—pulls back the curtain on the business side of his sports teams.
With charisma and grit, the restaurateur went from a small-town Louisiana girl to a major player in the male-dominated Texas steakhouse business.
In August 2016, Nike Golf shut down club manufacturing at its R&D headquarters in Fort Worth. But, for $100,000, two North Texans took control of the property and fanned a new flame in the industry.
Despite national real estate industry headwinds, several healthcare projects continue to spur growth in Dallas’ Medical District.
Sarah Kennington, Luke Hejl, and Adrienne Faulkner talk about the lessons they learned early in life.
Dr. Donna Casey is a lifelong lover of horses whose newest challenge is the Olympic sport of dressage.
In 2000, the now Dallas Museum of Art’s chief experience officer teamed up with Kelly Clarkson to perform at Six Flags Over Texas’ Holiday in the Park.
The busy nonprofit leader regularly interacts with big-name leaders, up to the highest levels of government.
By Christine Perez and August
Commercial Real Estate
Influenced by the walkability and central location of downtown Montreal, the founder and chairman of Westmount Realty Capital saw opportunities in Dallas’ city center early on.