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<strong>Garrett Tarango</strong>

Garrett Tarango

Garrett Tarango

Stories by Garrett Tarango

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Business

Dr. Edward Cary Laid Dallas’ Medical Foundation

The former dean of Baylor College of Medicine helped establish UT Southwestern and was elected president of numerous medical societies.
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Technology

Biotech Roundtable: Leaders at Lyda Hill Philanthropies, Form Bio, and BioLabs Discuss the State of the Industry

Lili Clark of Lyda Hill Philanthropies and LH Capital, Gabby Everett of BioLabs, and Claire Aldridge of Form Bio—a spin out of Colossal—talk about the state of the industry, advancements, and future forecast.
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Dallas-based Bioworld, Tango, and Tubbesing Make Acquisitions

Bioworld acquires Portland Accessories; Tubbesing acquires Digitech Sales; Tango acquires SaaS provider WatchWire; and Zirtue partners with TruStage.
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Publications

A Look Back: Brad Pritchett and Kelly Clarkson’s Six Flags Over Texas Holiday Duet

In 2000, the now Dallas Museum of Art’s chief experience officer teamed up with Kelly Clarkson to perform at Six Flags Over Texas' Holiday in the Park.
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Southlake Private Equity Firm Gauge Capital Invests in Dallas-based Craftable

Plus: Delivery services PICKUP Now and Point Pickup Technologies merge; Introducing Irving-based Hyosung Innovue’s Cajera Pivot Recycling ATM Series; and more.
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Stories by Garrett Tarango

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Technology

DFW-based RobotLAB is Utilizing a Franchising Model to Deploy its AI Robots Across the U.S.

Founder and CEO Elad Inbar, who scored Elon Musk's private school as a RobotLAB client, has enlisted two DFW franchisees to spearhead his company’s unique franchise program.
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o9 Solutions CEO Talks Latest $116 Million Capital Raise and $3.7 Billion Valuation

Plus: Dallas-based Smile Doctors raise $550 million; Dallas law firm Estes Thorne & Carr rebrands.
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Morrison Seger Venture Capital Partners, RedBird Capital Partners, and Ancor Capital Partners Make Key Investments

A pearl snap shirt startup, a luxury car service, and a banner creator company are all on the receiving end of the investments from the North Texas funds.
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Chicago-based William Ryan Homes Enters DFW Market After Acquiring 1,500 Lots

Plus: DFW-based Flite Golf & Entertainment invests $21 million in Oklahoma golf facility; nVenue partners with betting software development firm SB22 for micro-bet expansion.
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Real Estate Fintech Startup Backflip Acquires Austin Company, Expands to 41 New Markets

Plus: Robert Elliott Custom Homes to build 34-home luxury community in Lake Highlands; Frisco-based Addus HomeCare to acquire Tennessee Quality Care Operations.
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