Entrepreneur Patrick Brandt’s Next Big Thing is Grata, an App Built to Deliver Gratitude
The startup alum of Skywire and Shiftsmart aims to make his latest venture, Grata, as ubiquitous as Uber.
By Ben Swanger
Is Dallas Ready to Get Into a Driverless Uber?
A partnership with Aurora Innovation and Toyota North America could mean autonomous rideshare in DFW by 2024.
Commercial Real Estate
Will the Next Decade of Commercial Real Estate in Dallas Be as Promising as the Last?
Transwestern executive Billy Gannon plays the game of "what if" to imagine what the next decade will look like.
By Billy Gannon
Meet The Dallas Architects Behind A Reimagined Deep Ellum
Design firm Perkins and Will changed the skyline with The Epic development. Here's where opportunity remains.
For Hillwood’s Russell Laughlin, Patience Is a Virtue
The development exec specializes in coordinating public-private partnerships for massive infrastructure deals that can take decades to come together.
By Shawn Shinneman
COVID-19 Bulletin (08/21/20)
Uber launches prescription drug delivery service. Dallas ISD goes virtual for the first month.
Ghost Kitchens are Gaining Traction in North Texas
The restaurant model, which focuses on takeout and delivery only, is expected to outlast the coronavirus itself.
D CEO’s Most-Read Stories For May
Here are the news reports and features getting the most clicks in the past month.
What Do Uber Layoffs Mean for Deep Ellum Office?
Those 3,000 jobs look like a dream deferred.
By Tim Rogers
Winners Revealed: D CEO’s 2020 Commercial Real Estate Awards
47 of the region’s biggest deals and most notable projects—and the people making them happen.