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Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 16 - 8:33am

By Jason Forrest Forrest Performance Group Thomas Neely walked into a liquor store one day as a regular shopper, not expecting to audition for a new job. As it turned out, this day would be quite different than any other. By December 2015, Neely had already been in the alcohol business for...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 4:21pm

By Justin Dorsey, SPHR Senior human resources manager, Ben E. Keith Co. There’s a confusing trend that has been gaining momentum over the last few years. The basic argument is that performance reviews are antiquated and need to be put to pasture. On a few levels, I get it. Supervisors...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 4:18pm

By Tony Ford Success Fort Worth If you are old enough to recall 1965, when Mick Jagger first belted out the chart-crushing pop-hit “Satisfaction,” then you know he and his band, the Rolling Stones, sought their satisfaction in sex, drugs and rock ‘n’ roll. Sadly, for...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 4:11pm

7:30 a.m. I think about going to the gym or taking a walk. Generally not successfully, but the idea must count for something. 9 a.m. The workday begins with my walking around the building for a “good morning and how are you” with all staff. A nice way to start the day and set the...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 3:55pm

By Karen Vermaire Fox Executive Director Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth Amazon and its new headquarters – anyone tired of talking about that yet? As the City of Fort Worth, Chamber of Commerce and Convention and Visitors Bureau go through strategic planning for the coming...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 3:25pm

By Randy Garcia Senior tax manager, Huselton, Morgan & Maultsby, P.C. Fort Worth CPAs Partnerships are the flexible, familiar form of business entity used to organize and manage investors and their projects. As the result of 2015 federal tax legislation, enterprises that use partnerships...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 3:16pm

By Leslie L. Hunt Decker Jones, P.C. In big-bucks deals, greed and even a sense of entitlement can be the basis for gifts of everything from steak and whiskey, to escorts, to sports cars, to envelopes stuffed with cash. Scenarios like this go viral when an FBI investigation becomes publicized or...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 3:11pm

By Brandom Gengelbach Executive Vice President of Economic Development Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce So all the balls are now in Amazon’s court – scores of bids from cities across North America competing for the e-commerce giant’s massive HQ2, a $5 billion investment with...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 11:58am

With her fleet of three pop carts and a bricks-and-mortar store set to open this fall, Carolyn Phillips is the admiral of Alchemy Pops. With flavors like honey-cream lavender and blood orange lime, Phillips makes what she calls “chasing the pop dream” sound like a whole lotta fun. I...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 11:51am

Keith Webster was finishing his MBA at TCU’s Neeley School of Business in 2012 and coming out of 18 years in commercial real estate, “really looking for anything else.” A friend put him in touch with the owners of Kisabeth Furniture, a money-losing custom furniture maker in Haltom...

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