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CEO: Episode Archives

  • 1992

    Mike Hoque, Hoque Global

    Mike Hoque details Hoque Global’s plans to redevelop a swath of land between the Farmers Market and City Hall to become the Dallas Smart District.

  • 2066

    Carlos Aguilar, Texas Central

    Learn why Texas Central selected the Dallas/Houston route after considering over 90 city pairs for the first high-speed rail in North America.

  • 1317

    Gary Kelly, Southwest Airlines

    Listen to our conversation with Southwest CEO Gary Kelly about changes that have taken place in the last decade, including the tragic Flight 1380 accident that led to the death of a passenger.

  • Lola Lott

    Lola Lott, charlieuniformtango

    CEO Lola Lott traces the company’s growth from a makeshift editing suite in 1995 to today with a staff of over 40 employees specializing in multimedia content production.

  • Kate Weiser

    Kate Weiser, Kate Weiser Chocolate

    Kate Weiser Chocolate, located in Dallas’ Trinity Groves, is preparing to open a Fort Worth store. Weiser shares the challenges of running an expanding business while keeping her creativity alive in the kitchen.

  • Dr. Michael Sorrell

    Dr. Michael J. Sorrell, Paul Quinn College

    The president of the Dallas HBCU details changes the school made in order to survive — like sacking the football program and transforming the field into a profitable farm.

  • Dr. Tyler Cooper, Cooper Aerobics

    Dr. Tyler Cooper

    Dr. Tyler Cooper is continuing the legacy of his father, Dr. Kenneth Cooper, a fitness pioneer and founder of the Cooper Aerobics Center in 1970.

  • Mark Cuban on CEO

    Mark Cuban, Entrepreneur

    The owner of the Dallas Mavericks dives deeply into issues facing the country from China to health care to politics.

  • 1038

    Nancy Shemwell, entegra technologies

    Nancy Shemwell explains why cyberattacks on critical infrastructures like utilities pose a far greater risk than identity theft hacks. Her firm designs systems that render sensitive data invisible to potential hackers.