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    David Cush, Virgin America

    Virgin America CEO David Cush explains why there is such a fight for access to gates at Love Field and how fierce competition in the Dallas market is driving fare wars. Learn how Virgin survived a turbulent start after launching the airline in 2007 and how the company built a niche business enticing passengers with creature comforts and competitive prices.

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    Emily Summers, Emily Summers Design Associates

    December 5, 2014

    On the December episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Emily Summers, president & CEO of Emily Summers Design Associates, who shares her approach to award-winning interior design.

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    Paula Lambert, Mozzarella Company

    August 1, 2014

    On the August episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Paula Lambert, Mozzarella Company Cheesemaker and Founder, about how she turned a love of fresh mozzarella into a thriving business.

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    Eric Lee, Kimbell Art Museum

    July 11, 2014

    On the July episode of CEO, host Lee Cullum talks with Kimbell Art Museum Director Eric Lee, who discusses the sleuthing behind acquiring notable works of art.

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    Catherine Monson, FASTSIGNS

    On the June episode of CEO, host  Lee Cullum talks with FASTSIGNS CEO Catherine Monson about how she is positioning the company for expansion well beyond its 550 worldwide locations.

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    Ken Hersh, NGP Energy Capital Management

    Ken Hersh, CEO of NGP Energy Capital Management, details the company’s oil and gas ventures and shares his strategy of keeping a steady pace in the boom and bust industry.

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    Pat Stanton, Baker Botts

    Pat Stanton, partner in charge of the Dallas office of Baker Botts, details her 30-year career in law. Learn how Stanton manages strategy for her office while heading up the firm’s real estate group around the world. In business for over 170 years, the law practice has been home to generations of the Baker family including former Secretary of State, James Baker III.

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    John Mackey, Whole Foods Market

    On the April episode of KERA’s CEO, Whole Foods Market’s John Mackey talks about early challenges the company faced reaching a skeptical public, along with the company’s future and his call for a new age of corporate leadership.

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