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Business

Labor Demand Is Fierce. Why Isn’t Texas Creating More Jobs?

Texas has long been resistant to national downward trends, but the pandemic is proving difficult to overcome.
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Economy

The Real Cost of Employment in North Texas

Employers are struggling to keep up with staffing needs, meaning wages are up across the board.
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Coronavirus

Dallas Economic Recovery Task Force Launches Initiative to Assist Struggling Businesses

Dallas business leaders Richard Fisher and Fred Perpall will chair the coalition, "Dallas Forward."
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Economy

Ken Webb: A Voice for the Homeless

The us-them attitude is something we need to get past, says the Dallas Citizen Homelessness Commission chair.
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Business

Risks to Texas Prosperity in 2020 and Beyond

The trends to monitor in the new year and beyond.

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Business

My Toughest Challenge: Herb Weitzman

The Weitzman chairman discusses success during the economic downturn.
Business Men and Women
Business

The North Texas Brain Gain

Foreign-born workers add fuel to Dallas-Fort Worth’s fast-growing economy.
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Economy

What a College-Educated Workforce Means for Dallas

Dallas-Fort Worth ranks among the most attractive regions for the Knowledge Age's key resource.
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Business

Texans Still Make Things

A lot of things, in fact. Let's dive into the state's manufacturing industry, where output went up by 80 percent over the last 20 years.