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​Three women representing Verizon Wireless, AT&T and Omni Hotels & Resorts offered words of advice to other women in male-dominated fields at the Women in Tech Summit at InnoTech.
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​A year after acquiring Prestonwood Country Club, ClubCorp Holdings Inc.has unveiled a multimillion-dollar renovation to the property.
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The startup, formerly known as FanTree, has been working for the last three years to expand its business, most recently landing partnerships with players associations for the National Football League, Major League Baseball and the National Hockey League as well as more than 100 colleges.
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After months of speculation, Boston-based Liberty Mutual has confirmed it plans to bring up to 5,000 jobs to Plano's $2 billion Legacy West development. ​
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Matador (NYSE: MTDR) has plenty of reasons to be optimistic with record oil and gas production, strong hedges in place and a recent merger.
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​Fashion retailer J.C. Penney Co. Inc. committed a financial faux pas when a senior executive inadvertently sent its first quarter sales data to an analyst on Tuesday morning.
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The facility, which is being constructed as a speculative development by Trammell Crow, is expected to be operated as a receiving center for smaller items in the Amazon inventory, similar to the Coppell location.
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Dallas Buyers Club LLC has been chasing online pirates around the world who it says illegally shared the film with torrenting software without paying licensing fees.
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Dallas women made 100.5 percent of men’s income in 2013, according to a recent report by NerdWallet, which sourced the U.S. Census Bureau’s American Community Survey for the data.
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A construction worker was killed Tuesday when he was struck by a large vehicle at the site. Last Thursday, a worker died when the building under construction collapsed.
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Founded in 1977, Dallas Business Journal is the leading source for local business news, research, and events in the DFW area.  It's our mission to be the dominant and most trusted source of business news in North Texas. We provide value to our constituents by helping them grow their business, make money, and grow their careers through a comprehensive set of vehicles, which include print, digital, and events. 

In addition to our weekly print publication, we also offer a digital edition, the annual Book of Lists, free Daily Email Update and other industry specific newsletters, and networking and awards events including the Best Places to Work, 40 Under Forty, Best Real Estate Deals, and Women in Business. 

We are a division of American City Business Journals, the country's largest publisher of business publications. It is owned by Advance Publications, a private publishing company that also owns Condé Nast magazines and Newhouse Newspapers.