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Meet the Force Behind Texas’ Largest Black-Owned Construction and Real Estate Company

Gerald Alley and his brother were raised in the Jim Crow South. They built up Con-Real by challenging the status quo.
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SMU Cox School of Business Receives $6 Million Gift from Kim and Bill Shaddock

Plus: One in two Latinx employees have experienced workplace discrimination, survey says; Dallas-based Envy Gaming nominated for eSports organization of the year; and more.
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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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Kids’ Coding Franchise Lands in Preston Hollow

Code Ninjas’ innovative approach teaches children coding through fun activities like video games, robotics, and drones.
Healthcare

Healthcare Brief (11/23/20)

Baylor Scott & White receives Military Friendly designation, USPI recognized for Ambulatory Surgery Centers, and more.

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SMU’s Business School: 100 Years in the Making

A look back with notable alumni like David Miller, Billie Ida Williamson, and Gerald Alley, plus leaders like Bobby Lyle and much more.
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Rankings Revealed for Fastest-Growing Private Companies in Dallas

Farmer's Branch-based Ontronics announced as No. 1 company at SMU Cox Caruth Insitute for Entrepreneurship's Dallas 100.
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There Wasn’t That Much Good News at SMU Economic Forecast Session

Lower oil prices to mean 'significant' Texas budget deficit, expert predicts.
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SMU Cox School Dean: ‘This is the Worst Economy Of Our Lifetime In Terms of a Slow Recovery’

Thanks to population growth, the shale/fracking boom, and strong real estate fundamentals, Dallas-Fort Worth and Texas continue to be islands of prosperity in the midst of a U.S. economy that's lackluster—or worse. That was the message today at the sixth annual SMU Cox Economic Outlook Panel, presided over on the Southern Methodist University campus by Al Niemi Jr., dean of the university's Cox School of Business.