Click to expand this map provided last week by the Texas Commission on Environmental QualityWay back in '97, and again last June, we told you the story of Sue Pope -- a Midlothian rancher who became legendary for taking on pollution-spewing TXI -- and the genesis of the fund named in her honor, w ... More >>
Speaking of missives sent from the U.S. Attorney's Office ...A press release just landed in the in-box concerning the tale of one Tommy Eugene Barber, a 32-year-old Dallas man who today pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Jane J. Boyle to two counts of securities fraud. And what did Barber ... More >>
Courtesy Southwest AirlinesFortune just posted its list of the World's Most Admired Companies -- at least, admired by the other bidness folks surveyed by the magazine. Five Dallas-based companies made the list of 363, and they are, in alphabetical order: AT&T, Brinker International, Centex, Sout ... More >>
Our resident political curmudgeon gets around. Between the office, city council meetings, back to the office, over to that proposed inland port, pausing to scoff at the site of Dallas' signature bridge and the road to nowhere then to the office once again for a quip-trading session with Wilonsky, he ... More >>
Thursday, July 26, at Suede Bar & Grill
So is media consolidation a bad thing?
The shallow end; All the news that fits; Heart of darkness
A conservative court and a hardball corporation have gutted plaintiffs' claims in the Kaufman County pipeline explosion case
In a tiny Middle Eastern country, government officials have accused Dallas oilman Ray Hunt's company of cheating them out of millions.