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Business

Nathan Loftice Finally Says Yes to EarthX

The organization’s new CEO, a longtime environmental adviser to Trammell S. Crow, sees endless opportunities.
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Digital Edition

Now Available: D CEO’s 2022 November Edition

The issue includes a look at how HEYCO Energy CEO George Yates hopes to help solve Europe's energy crisis; D CEO's 2022 Energy Awards winners; and more.
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Personnel Moves

EarthX Names New CEO

Plus, former Texas Monthly editor in chief joins Dallas PR firm; Salesmanship Club of Dallas announces new board lead; and more.
By Carla McCanna and
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Personnel Moves

The Family Place Hires New CFO

Plus, Southwest Transplant Alliance announces executive team; Firehouse adds chief inspiration officer; and more.
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Arts & Entertainment

Living the Dream: My Experience Conducting the Dallas Symphony Orchestra

It was all part of the DSO’s C-Suite Christmas program, which will air Dec. 24 on Bloomberg TV.

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Arts & Entertainment

Dallas Business Leaders to Take Stage for C-Suite Christmas

Trammell S. Crow, Chad Houser, T.D. Jakes, Lynn McBee, and even D CEO Editor Christine Perez will headline Dallas Symphony Orchestra's third annual C-Suite Christmas.
By Preston Rios
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Books

7 Books Dallas Execs Think You Should Read

Ken Hersh, Melissa Reiff, Charlie Vogt, and other leaders share the one book they think everyone should read—and why.
By D CEO
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Business

Five Actions Business Leaders Can Take To Create A More Sustainable Future

EarthX Founder Trammell S. Crow says the best environmental solutions will come from market-driven, business-led innovations.
By Trammell S. Crow
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Coronavirus

EarthX 2020 Going Virtual

The big expo at Fair Park is canceled. Some conferences and events will be presented virtually; others have been delayed until the fall.
By Amanda Salerno
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Galleries

Gallery: The Annual EarthX Festival Takes Over Fair Park

Trammell S. Crow's yearly environmental expo again drew hundreds of thousands of guests.
By Bret Redman