D CEO Editors’ Favorite Business Stories of 2022
A focus this year was finding and writing about under-the-radar leaders.
By D CEO Staff
Travel Is Back: How DFW Airlines and Hoteliers are Keeping Up With Trends—and Demand
It’s good news for the North Texas economy, which benefits from both an outbound and inbound perspective.
By Brandon J. Call and Christine Perez
The Education of Southwest Airlines CEO Bob Jordan
By his count, the new CEO has held 15 different jobs since joining the airline in 1988. Here are four lessons he can take into his new role as he navigates increasingly turbulent skies.
By Joseph Guinto
COVID-19 Bulletin (03/28/22)
Southwest Airlines flight attendants ask for end to mask mandate. Will we see the next COVID-19 surge coming?
By Jencie Tomasek
D CEO Awards Finalists
Finalists Announced: D CEO’s Financial Executive Awards 2022
Among the 29 honorees is Tom Walker, CFO of the Dallas Cowboys, winner of the 2022 Constantine “Connie” Konstans Excellence in Corporate Governance Award.
Key Takeaways From the Dallas Regional Chamber’s 2022 Annual Meeting Featuring Southwest Airlines New CEO Bob Jordan
Jordan is striving to bring the airline back to profitability while increasing the airline's fleet to 1,000. All while losing 10 pounds.
Arts & Entertainment
A Flight Attendants Union President Tells You How to Behave This Winter
Lyn Montgomery, president of the union of Southwest’s flight attendants, has something to tell you holiday travelers.
By Tim Rogers
Government & Law
Brands’ Advocacy Dilemma: When to Weigh in on Tough Conversations
Texas' laws often force companies to balance public opinion, social pressure, employee voice, and the bottom line when taking a stance.
Six Aviation Industry Insights from Southwest CEO Gary Kelly
The soon-departing chief exec talked about industry and company shifts and opportunities at the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce's annual aviation breakfast.
COVID-19 Bulletin (10/20/21)
FDA says go ahead and mix those COVID-19 shots. Southwest have until Nov. 24 to get the jab.