In June, stories on funding, expansions, and the changing nature of the workplace dominated the Top 10.
From our top story on Toyota Motor North America making two executive changes to AT&T announcing its new enterprise-level home office connectivity plan, here’s a roundup of the top 10 most-read stories on dallasinnovates.com for June 2020.
Toyota says these executive changes will help guide the Plano-headquartered company’s vision toward becoming a mobility company.
The expansion is expected to more than triple the production output of the facility. Over the next three years, CR Minerals plans to invest over $11 million and add eight jobs to its existing staff.
3. A New Sabre: Southlake Tech Travel Giant Realigns Business, Implements Remote Work Program, and Cuts Staff
Sabre is preparing itself for a post-coronavirus travel industry. That involves combining airline and agency-focused businesses, adopting a “work from anywhere” policy, and laying off 800 globally.
A public/private partnership between Fort Worth and Linear Labs could make the city home to the smart electric motor industry. And, Linear Labs could get around $70M for R&D from the city to do so.
From 2017-2019, AT&T has improved its wireless and wireline networks in Dallas to expand coverage and connectivity in more communities.
In this series, we speak with six local founders on what it means to be Black in business—and what you can do to join the fight against social injustice.
At 5.6 acres, the redesigned Carpenter Park will top nearby Klyde Warren Park in size by about a half acre when complete. Here’s an early look at the green space, which will connect Downtown with Deep Ellum and East Dallas for the first time in decades.
We spoke with the VP of Transform & Innovation for Frito-Lay North America on why she thinks supporting female entrepreneurs is more important now than ever.
The new funding comes on the heels of BALANCED garnering spare computer processing power to help find treatments for COVID-19.
10. You’re Working From Home. AT&T Wants to Help Your Internet Handle It With a New Enterprise-Level Solution
With roomies, kids, and spouses all competing for their share of at-home bandwidth, AT&T’s home office connectivity plan (with its business-paid independent connection) might be just the ticket for remote workers.
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