In yesterday's Dallas Morning News, columnist Steve Blow apologized for calling me a "tinfoil hat" (nutcase) in 2008 when I reported that Dallas County Commissioner John Wiley Price was sabotaging a major shipping development in his own backyard while having compromising links to the powerful Perot ... More >>
What to make of the big boot at J.C. Penney? CEO Ronald B. Johnson came tumbling out that door grabbing for his hat like a riverboat gambler evicted from First Baptist. Sometimes it's hard to look cool. But what's the big picture in this picture? Is there ever a big picture in bed sheets and towels ... More >>
Two things to start. 1) Don't know much about architecture. 2) Tim Rogers and his wife probably are not cannibals. Or anything like that. You know what I mean. Rogers, the editor of D Magazine, and his wife, Christine, part owner of a public relations company that has done work for the Nasher Scul ... More >>
Mitchell Schnurman is a really good business reporter. The Dallas Morning News scored a major coup recently when it hired him away from the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. He's an ace, the author of serial scoops on airline industry management. But as we see again in today's paper, Schnurman is strangel ... More >>
"Queens for a day" could be a sign that feds are getting really ambitious.
Seldom is Tom Hicks drawn offside. There's been hardly a peep from Hicks whilst attorneys battle it out over the auction, or not, of Your Texas Rangers -- even after JPMorgan Chase filed a separate suit yesterday contesting Hicks Sports Group's right to sell Rangers Ballpark as part of the packag ... More >>
Kudos to The Star-Telegram for yesterday addressing the fairly startling revelation on Friday that the Fort Worth paper and its longtime rival The Dallas Morning News are considering some kind of collaboration. The piece, by Mitchell Schnurman, even refers to the news as a "stunning local example" o ... More >>
Did Ross Perot Jr. strike out when Tom Hicks bought the Rangers?
No, not The Dallas Morning News' arena coverage--but tax dollars being siphoned away for millionaires' pet projects