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Morrison & Head Dallas and Meritax Agree to Merge

Plus: PepsiCo commits $20 million to United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Jacobs merges two departments with Amentum, and more.
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Dallas 500

Meet the Dallas 500: Steven Williams

The CEO of PepsiCo Foods North America talks about about learning new skills, bold risk-taking, and more.
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Medical City Plano Announces New CEO

Plus The Adolphus names new F&B leaders; Holt Lunsford promotes to top Dallas post; and more.
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Business

Why D CEO Named Steven Williams Its 2022 CEO of the Year

By all measures, he has exceeded expectations since taking the helm of PepsiCo Foods North America in 2019. Here's how he's driving growth at the $21 billion enterprise.
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Business

Steven Williams is D CEO’s 2022 CEO of the Year

By all measures, he has exceeded expectations since taking the helm of PepsiCo Foods North America in 2019. Here's how he's driving growth at the $21 billion enterprise.
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Nonprofits

AES Literacy Institute Wins Social Innovator of the Year at United Way’s The Pitch

In one night, AES Literacy Institute outearned its yearly operating budget of $86,000 by taking home $105,000 in winnings at the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas' yearly 'Shark Tank'-style competition.
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Business

D CEO Releases the 2022 Edition of the Dallas 500

The annual book, which profiles the region’s most influential business, civic, and nonprofit leaders, features nearly 200 new names.
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New PepsiCo Digital Hub Will Bring Hundreds of Jobs to DFW

Plus: BioLabs announces two inaugural tenants and outlines future plans; Park Place Dealerships to give away $100,000 to local nonprofits; and more.
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Business

Executive Perspectives: Leading Through the Coronavirus Crisis

New interview series from D CEO features lessons learned and strategies from top North Texas business leaders.
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Business

Executive Perspectives: Steven Williams

The PepsiCo Foods North America CEO says the safety of employees, consumers, and the community must remain a top priority.
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