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Pharmaceuticals

Mark Cuban: Business Is How We Teach Washington What Works

At the Dallas Regional Chamber's annual meeting, he discussed how his pharmaceutical company is doing to drug prices what government regulation has been unable to do.
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Pharmaceuticals

Mark Cuban’s Drug Company Has Entered the Employer Market

Cost Plus is partnering with a pharmacy benefit manager emphasizing transparency.
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Business Briefs

Flix North America Launches With Dallas Headquarters, Will Operate Greyhound

Plus: Greyhound's Dave Leach set to retire at year's end; Mark Cuban to appear in the podcast industry's largest trade show; and more.
By and Suzanne Crow
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Pharmaceuticals

Why Mark Cuban Put His Name on a Drug Company

The Dallas Mavericks owner has launched and funded wildly successful ventures over the years. But this time, it’s not about the money.
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Sports

Major League Rugby Inks Largest Partnership in League History

The six-year-old league will leverage NFTs by NuArca Labs to grow fandom leading up to the U.S.-hosted 2031 Men's Rugby World Cup.

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Basketball

In the Mavericks’ Front Office, Nobody Wins

An attempt to understand the Donnie Nelson-Dallas Mavericks imbroglio.
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Digital Edition

Now Available: D CEO’s Digital Edition March 2022

This issue features our Commercial Real Estate Annual which honors Roger Staubach, how the military careers of some of the region's most influential leaders shape their business strategies, a feature on Duro Hospitality, and more.
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Innovation Awards

78 North Texans Who Are Shaping the Future

Get to know the finalists in the 2022 Innovation Awards, brought to you by D CEO and Dallas Innovates. Winners will be revealed Jan. 12.
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Business

Mark Cuban, Dallas Mavericks, and City Leaders Get Candid About Systemic Racism

"Courageous Conversations" event was called to give team personnel and others a chance to speak about their experiences.
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Business

Mark Cuban Hires Undercover Shoppers to Assess Business Safety During Reopening

The Mavericks owner sent shoppers to around 300 stores. The result? “Not Good.”
By Peter Simek