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Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Dec 4 - 3:00pm

FunkyTown M&M Donuts
I don't exactly remember the first time I had a doughnut, but I do remember the first time I had a good doughnut.  My older brother landed a part-time gig at the now-gone Dunkin’ Donuts on West Berry, and on his first day on the job, he brought home a dozen doughnuts in a little...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Nov 13 - 10:26am

Fort Worth Inc BEST Companies to Work For in Fort Worth 2018
What’s it take to build a strong company culture and keep a grip on it during heady times? We interviewed the 25 CEOs or top local executives of the 2018 Best Companies to Work For in Fort Worth class about culture and what it takes to maintain it.   Not surprisingly, themes such as...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Sep 13 - 11:31am

Fort Worth’s Top Commercial Brokers and Agents 2018
BROKERS Michael Berkowitz CEO Colonial Commercial Real Estate Landlord representation, office James K. Blake Managing director SVN/Trinity Advisors Retail, industrial Jerry Bolz Partner Worth Commercial Real Estate Investment sales, tenant representation, office leasing LeAnn...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Sep 11 - 3:49pm

TEXRail Train
Tarrant County, after years in the making, is finally getting rail service to DFW Airport, when Trinity Metro launches TEXRail on New Year’s Eve between T&P Station on the Near Southside to the airport, with seven stops. Higher-density development has already surfaced around several of...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Sep 11 - 3:40pm

Beth and Trent Prim
The economy was headed into recession in 2007 when Trent Prim left his job at the construction company Linbeck to start a firm with his wife, Beth. The couple had one job in hand. “It wasn't as bad (the first year) as the next year or the next couple of years,” Trent Prim jokes....

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Sep 11 - 2:27pm

Susan Gruppi and Jessica Worman
It was a good question: Susan Gruppi and Jessica Worman had organized 19 investors – dad and one of his business partners, ex-bosses, TCU friends, colleagues – to buy a warehouse. It was their first deal after they left jobs to form a real estate company out of a small coworking space...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Jul 18 - 11:36am

Fort Worth INC.’s inaugural Dream Office – under construction in the city’s West Side River District for the developer Fort Capital – draws its inspiration from the firm’s recently built headquarters building next door. Fort Capital, developer of the River District,...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Jul 18 - 11:19am

by Teresa McUsic What do Cadillac, a wine bar, a dozen retail buildings, brewery, meat rub, and a $3 million overhaul of Fort Worth’s Trinity Park playground have in common? The answer: Will Churchill and Corrie Watson, twin great-grandchildren of the iconic Fort Worth car dealer Frank Kent...

Posted By Malcolm Mayhew on 2018 Jun 20 - 1:28pm

Hit all the lights just right on River Oaks Boulevard – the main drag that cuts through this community of about 7,000 – and you can do the town in a minute and a half. But this, the first installment in our new Spotlight: Neighborhood Eats series, is about slowing down to explore the...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 May 2 - 10:55am

It was an interesting question, and one the co-founders of the Fort Worth life sciences company Eosera had been pondering. “I don’t know how people did this 30 years ago,” said Elyse Dickerson, CEO of Eosera, which a year ago launched its Earwax MD solution that dissolves stubborn...

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