Texas School BusinessLarry ThromOn November 20, 2008, only weeks after it came to light the Dallas Independent School District had come up with a sudden shortfall of $64 million, the district hired Austin ISD's chief financial officer, Larry Throm, as its new moneyman in charge. Said DISD superin ... More >>
We're in the midst of a staff meeting, but The News' Rudy Bush, of course, is at City Hall keeping tabs on the council's doings. And this morning, he offers two updates on items that first appeared on Unfair Park. First off: The council unanimously approved to give Deloitte LLP the $2 million it ... More >>
Earlier this year, Deloitte LLP went down to Dallas City Hall and said it was thinking of consolidating its Dallas and Irving operations under one roof ... in Irving. The accounting firm had crunched the numbers, and "there was a multi-million dollar cost advantage to Deloitte LLP if it chose an ... More >>
We end the day where we began the day, if only because we've finally spoken with Dallas Independent School District spokesman Jon Dahlander concerning the critical internal audit of the Adult Basic Education Program, funded last year with $3.7 million in grant money. We were expecting to post the ... More >>
DART acts as though it is accountable to no man. Especially my man Betz.
If DART backtracks on its subway promise, downtown traffic will be even more congested
Apparent murder-suicide cuts to the heart of the mayor's southern Dallas advisors
We're over the game of hide the ball with Deloitte Touche
DART: What billion dollar shortfall?
Right, but not quite right, Dallas County Judge Margaret Keliher is reforming county government while infuriating her Republican colleagues
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With the mayor and city manager leading the charge, the city council moves full speed on an arena deal that doesn't even exist yet