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Brandon J. Call

Brandon J. Call

Executive Editor, D CEO Commercial Real Estate Editor, D CEO

Brandon J. Call is the executive editor for D CEO magazine. An award-winning business and data journalist, Call previously served as data editor for the Dallas Business Journal and research director for Albuquerque Business First. Prior to that, he held various editorial posts at Albuquerque The Magazine and New Mexico Magazine.

Stories by Brandon J. Call

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Business

Locke Lord’s Elizabeth Mack Is Planting Seeds for the Future

The managing partner of the firm's Dallas office says she helps communities—and orchids—blossom.
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Commercial Real Estate

First Look: Inside Neiman Marcus’ New Dallas Headquarters

The luxury retailer released its first renderings of its new offices at Cityplace Tower in Uptown.
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Commercial Real Estate

Castle Hills Developer Chris Bright Has Passed Away

The visionary leader behind Bright Realty and Bright Industries was 69.
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Home & Garden

Meet Your New Neighbors, Dallas

These five families recently came from the far corners of the country to make Dallas their new home. Boy, were they surprised.
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Business

Talent Consultant Gennéa Squire de Torres Seeks Out Unique Details in Her Attire

She describes her personal style as 'classic with a feminine edge.'

Stories by Brandon J. Call

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Business

Jewelry Executive Alysa Teichman’s Style is Aspirational Yet Approachable

The Wildlike founder says she opts for clothes that make her feel powerful, relevant, and joyful.
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Restaurant Business

Restaurateur Stephan Courseau’s Atypical Approach

More than 30 years of experience has taught him that the customer isn’t always right.
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Commercial Real Estate

Tenant Rep Industry Veteran Joins Newmark

Susan Arledge brings three decades of experience to the firm in site selection, data analytics, and relocations.
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Commercial Property Sales

Irving’s Toyota Music Factory May Soon Be Getting a New Owner

Real estate sources say developer The ARK Group is selling two of its entertainment properties in a deal that’s set to close this week.
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Commercial Real Estate

New Mixed-Use Firefly Park Coming to Frisco

Dream Hotel will make its North Texas debut as the just-announced anchor tenant of the 230-acre development.