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Awards

Eight Area Women Leaders Honored For Their Work in STEAM

Executives from Texas Instruments, talkSTEM, and The Beck Group are among those recognized.
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Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

NPCC Finalists: Corporate Partnership of the Year 

When a company focuses its efforts on a specific cause, it can have a profound effect on a nonprofit’s impact.
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Business

Dallas Business Leaders Take Texas Women’s Foundation Luncheon Online

Plus other charity galas and luncheons hosting virtual events.
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Business

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2020 Corporate Counsel Awards

We honor 30 in-house attorneys from AT&T, Hunt Oil, PepsiCo, Ryan, Southwest Airlines, and other leading companies.
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Awards

The Best Corporate Attorneys in Dallas-Fort Worth for 2019

The 31 honorees in D CEO’s 10th annual Corporate Counsel Awards program are instrumental in protecting and guiding the growth of companies across the region.
By John G. Browning

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The Business of Pride

About half of LGBTQ employees still lead closeted lives on the job. Here’s what North Texas companies are doing to create a more inclusive workplace for all.
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Automotive

Toyota Motor North America Doubles Down on Connected-Car Technology

The company will employ 100 people as part of its new Connected Technologies group in Plano.
By Danielle Abril
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Business

Toyota’s Smart Car Branch to Double Employees and Expand Plano HQ

Toyota Connected now says it will hire 200 employees at its office at Legacy West in Plano.
By Danielle Abril
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Business

Toyota Hiring 1,000-Plus For New Headquarters in Plano

North America CEO Jim Lentz says "two-thirds to 70 percent" of existing employees will move here.
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Toyota Breaks Ground on HQ Campus in Plano

Proclaiming that "Texas is truck country" and "you do everything a little bigger here," Toyota Motor North America CEO Jim Lentz stood back while a 2015 TRD Pro Series Tundra pickup roared into view, scooping up mounds of dirt as the Japanese automaker formally broke ground this morning on its new North American headquarters in West Plano.