Dallas Police Chief David Brown sent word yesterday evening that Christopher Pasley, a five-year veteran of the Dallas Police Department died yesterday "as a result of an apparent accidental discharge while cleaning his weapon at home." "The Department's Employee Relations Team has been activated ... More >>
It happened in Coppell. You can probably guess when. Video is unsafe for work, presuming your boss isn't big on F-bombs.
I know you've been there. It's late on a Tuesday and your boss has just handed you your ass on your last project. You're tired. You're stressed. You need a drink. And despite having a few bottles of wine on hand you don't have a corkscrew to open any of them. I found this handy video on YouTube, a ... More >>
Culture, as told via Youtube Art, as told via Youtube. A warning: Art Thoughtz is heavy on the cursing, so don't play it at work, unless your boss really dislikes Damien Hirst. Follow the Mixmaster on Twitter and Facebook.
Ex-club workers say hard-nosed management style a bad fit for Denton.
Officially, yesterday was National Boss Day. But for most of the working world, any day this week would work for excessive, strategic ass-kissing. If you forgot to get your boss that bottle of liquor, don't sweat it. We've got you covered. Here, our five best ideas for a lunch worthy of any b ... More >>
Sarah Jessica Parker travels to a working mom's fantasy island.
Let's face it, business lunches suck. There's nothing more you'd rather do during your one hour away from the office than dine with coworkers or your boss, right? You can't always avoid the dreaded lunch with the boss, but at least you can get a good meal out of it. Today and Friday, Del Fris ... More >>
Mark GrahamFormer Mexican Consul General Enrique Hubbard UrreaDallas's Mexican Consulate began operating under new leadership earlier this month, but the dust-ups of tenures past continue to cloud the office's legitimacy. In the months since the former consul returned to Mexico amid accusations o ... More >>
DISD board trustee Carla RangerI've given up trying to get answers from Dallas County Community College District officials concerning the firing of Dallas Independent School District trustee Carla Ranger last week; all we have to go on is this letter from DCCCD Associate Vice Chancellor of Student A ... More >>
Look, let me take one specific portion of the D special issue about the Dallas Independent School District that came out this week and use it to explain why I don’t think much of this stuff is worth reading. This was a sidebar under the byline of our former colleague, Mark Stuertz, who was fam ... More >>
Raise a glass for workplace diversity
A ban on Spanish at work? Probably legal. Certainly dumb.
On its Web site moments ago, AT&T posted the news that it's moving its HQ from San Antonio to Dallas. Why come? "To gain better access to its customers and operations throughout the world," notes the announcement, "and to the key technology partners, suppliers, innovation and human resources needed ... More >>
Ex-Constable Mike Dupree learns the value of keeping one's mouth shut
Yet another deputy alleges misdeeds by Constable Mike Dupree
Get a lap and a read at Half Price
Below the Belt shows the cutthroat side of business
Sunday, April 30, at Hailey's
Tuesday, October 4, at Trees
Thursday, June 30, at Club Dada
Friday, October 22
The DMNs editorial pages
Cry us a river, Bolton
Welcome Interstate Managers (S-Curve/Virgin)
Get ready for that case of the Mondays with Office Space
It's a man's world at Plano-based Rent-A-Center, a lawsuit alleges
Skin & Bones
Heart and Sole
Do clothes make the lawyer? One Dallas judge thinks so.
Businessman Jim Blythe lends a hand in the wrong places, employees say
Falling sales and claims of sexist, insular management plague Plano-based J.C. Penney. Can a woman -- from Wal-Mart of all places -- turn the troubled chain around?
When it came time to hire an architect at city Hall, bureaucrats Robert Troy and Jan Adams made one unforgivable mistake. They were honest.
Micromanaging; The jury is out
Sixties social theory meets the building trade at Dallas contractor TDIndustries -- and it works
American Airlines refuses to let a threat from the religious right steer the company off its gay-friendly course
What's wrong with this Picture? Everything
With three investigations underway, DISD employees are getting downright paranoid
Eddie Bernice Johnson has burned through more than 50 staffers during her four years in Congress. She says she's just demanding. They say she's a tyrant.
The City of Dallas could make a fortune from WRR-FM. But powerful friends don't want anything to change at their little radio station.
Tonjua Benge and Carlos Minor launched a torrid affair while truck drivers at D/FW Airport. Now they're accusing each other of terminal harassment.