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Brandon J. Call

Brandon J. Call

Brandon J. Call is the executive editor forD CEOmagazine. An award-winning business and data journalist, Call previously served as data editor for theDallas Business Journaland research director forAlbuquerque Business First. Prior to that, he held various editorial posts atAlbuquerque The MagazineandNew Mexico Magazine.

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Tennis

For Four SMU Mustangs, the Dallas Open Offered a Glimpse at the Big Time

The student-athletes competed against—and got a schooling from—the best tennis players in the world.
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Business

“每个人都有一个罗杰tory’: A Tribute to the Hall of Fame QB and Real Estate Icon

Teammates, colleagues, friends, and family share some of their favorite stories ahead of Roger Staubach’s 80th birthday.
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Commercial Real Estate

Conversation With: Ty Lee, Common Dwelling

Single-family rentals are some of the most sought-after investments right now. Meet the Dallas-based startup that lets you get in on the action with as little as $100.
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Awards

Finalists Announced:D CEO’s 2022 Commercial Real Estate Awards

The competition was stiff and judging was difficult, but 90 projects, transactions, and dealmakers stood out.
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Hospitality

Four Seasons to Step Away From Las Colinas Resort

Move comes as luxury hotel brand prepares to develop a $750 million high-rise in Uptown.

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Commercial Real Estate

Conversation With: Sharon Morrison, esrp

The North Texas real estate leader on the firm’s new Arts District office space, company culture, and the year ahead.
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Commercial Real Estate

Multifamily Architecture Pioneer Mark Humphreys Passes Away

The North Texas leader grew his Humphreys & Partners to be the largest apartment design firm in the country.
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Commercial Real Estate

Deadline Extended: D CEO’s Commercial Real Estate Awards

The program honors North Texas’ top projects, transactions, dealmakers, and industry leaders.
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Business

Merrilee Kick is Creating a Big Buzz

How an ex-Plano high school teacher built a quirky libations brand into a $70 million global enterprise.
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Awards

Lori Ryerkerk isD CEO’sCEO of the Year

The trailblazer makes social responsibility a priority at the $6.3 billion Celanese Corp.