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Tech & Startups

Meet the Dallas Sports Tech Company That’s Predicting the Future

What hourly forecasts do for weather watchers, startup nVenue—which just secured a $3.5 million capital boost—is trying to do for American sports bettors.
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Personalities

How This Tech CEO is Conquering the Impossible One Step at a Time

For Barry Nalls, it wasn’t his ice climbing adventures that stimulated his inspirational speeches. Instead, it was his speeches that got him climbing.
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Jamie O'Banion, CEO of Dallas-based BeautyBio
Tech & Startups

Five Things To Do For Your Business Today

BeautyBio CEO Jamie O'Banion shared tips she has learned while running her consumer goods company at Dallas Startup Week 2020.
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Tech & Startups

Conversation With: TownSq’s João David and Luis Lafer-Sousa

The company’s CEO and U.S. president on their venture’s remarkable growth, and DFW’s tech and startup ecosystems.
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Beauty

Meet the Dallas Sisters Behind the ‘Book a Birdie’ Styling App

The Dallas-based company offers a Drybar-like experience on demand, and has major plans to expand.
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Tech & Startups

Dallas-Fort Worth Startups to Watch in 2019

These five up-and-comers are leveraging technology to transform their industries.
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Business

Plano-Based Masergy Communications Names New CEO

Former CEO MacFarland will stay with the company and become executive chairman and CTO.
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Business

How Non-Traditional Real Estate Platforms Are Changing the Game

A variety of digital-centric companies have popped up over the past few years. But what makes them different from one another?
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Commercial Real Estate

WeWork To Open Victory Park Location

The coworking company will open its sixth Dallas-Fort Worth outpost in early 2019.
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Tech & Startups

Texas Instruments Stays Mum On CEO Swap During Latest Earnings Call

The company offered no explanation about the "violations" of its former CEO.
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