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Former White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator Joins Dallas Company

Dr. Deborah Birx is now chief medical and scientific advisor for ActivePure. She also was recently named a senior fellow at the George W. Bush Institute.
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Where to Order Takeout From Dallas Restaurants Right Now

Coronavirus will limit our ability to eat out—but that doesn't mean you can't still get that same food to your home. Comfort food for these uncomfortable times.
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On the Table: Chris Tanco Leads From the Frontlines

The 7-Eleven COO’s efforts to meet franchisees where they are has paid off for the convenience store giant.
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Commercial Real Estate

A New Work Paradigm: Rethinking Office Space

Space has always mattered, but now, the quality, security, and safety of the office is even more critical, says industry expert Jo Staffelbach Heinz.
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Carrie Freeman Parsons on the Power of Authenticity

The Freeman Chair of the Board took over the family business in 2019. This year she had to do the unthinkable: furlough the majority of her staff.
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What We Can Learn From The Pandemic Response For Climate And Resilience Planning

City governments will need to strike a balance between inspiring action and enforcing policies that lead to behavioral change, says AECOM urban planner Tatum Lau.
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Trending Now: Workplace Flexibility

A reality check into the workplace and workforce impacts of COVID-19, telecommuting, and labor trends.
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Urban Density and Public Health

Data shows that equity is a more consistent predictor of infections than density. Here's why that matters.
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How One Organization Is Still Trying to Help Undocumented Workers

The Undocumented Workers Fund of Dallas has fielded around 3,000 micro grant requests since March. It’s distributed 132.
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How Much Can Public Transit Be Blamed for COVID-19 Outbreaks?

Studies have shown that public transit may not be a 'superspreader,' but that doesn't mean that there's no risk.