Host Lee Cullum speaks with Dennis Knautz, president and CEO of Acme Brick, which is celebrating 125 years in the brick making business.
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Hilti, known for tools and other construction hardware, is expanding its software products used by architects and engineers.
Learn what types of companies Heather Kreager says Sammons Enterprises looks for to diversify the holding company’s investments. With over $75 billion in assets, Sammons is one of the largest privately held companies in the country. Kreager traces the firm’s roots back to 1938 when founder Charles Sammons started his life insurance business.
Kim Houlne tells how she built a network of agents to provide customer support for clients in industries from healthcare to travel. Working Solutions developed analytics to track productivity of thousands of home-based agents working across the country.
Sarah Chapin discusses Hail Merry’s passion to promote higher health by making plant-based, refrigerated snack foods that are vegan, non-GMO and gluten-free. Learn how founder, Susan O’Brien, cooked up the concept by testing recipes in her Dallas home and how the team continues to grow the brand – now available in 3,500 stores across the country.
Canadian real estate developer Jack Matthews tells why he decided to relocate his business to North Texas in the late 1980s. With projects from Calgary to Dubai, Matthews Southwest is best known for Dallas’ Southside redevelopment – an area many once avoided, now in high demand.
Keith Cerny says offering artistically diverse productions and programs like the Institute for Women Conductors draws talent from around the world.
Marvin Ellison tells how JCPenney is mounting a comeback. Learn how prior leadership tried to reinvent the company and how it has responded to lessons learned.
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