The first-ever AI 75 — the most innovative people in artificial intelligence in Dallas-Fort Worth — is revealed on May 2 at Convergence AI.

Presenting the First-Ever AI 75: Meet the Most Innovative Leaders in Artificial Intelligence in Dallas-Fort Worth

by | May 2, 2024
Dallas Innovates, the Dallas Regional Chamber, and Dallas AI have teamed up to launch the inaugural AI 75 list. The 2024 program honors the most significant people in AI in DFW in seven categories—the visionaries, creators, and influencers you need to know.
At Home Chairman and CEO Lee Bird to Retire After 11 Years with Company
by | Nov 10, 2023
Bird's retirement will be effective Dec. 31. He joined At Home after roles at Nike and Old Navy. The board of the Dallas-based company has initiated a search to identify its next CEO.
Dallas-Based Spirit Realty Capital Acquired in $9.3 Billion Deal
by | Oct 30, 2023
In an all-stock merger transaction, Spirit Realty Capital is being acquired by San Diego-based Realty Income Corporation. Spirit Realty is a leading real estate investment trust with tenants including Life Time Fitness, Invited, At Home, Dave and Buster’s/Main Event, Church's Chicken, Dollar Tree, and other national brands.
Biote Names Healthcare Veteran Chief Commercial Officer
by | May 31, 2023
Mary J. Puncochar will lead Biote’s commercial initiatives to expand its presence in the growing market for hormone replacement therapy. She brings more than 30 years' experience in sales, tech-enabled marketing, and management roles at leading healthcare, pharmaceutical, and medical device companies.

Shaping the Future: Three North Texans Make Forbes’ 2023 CIO Next List

by | Mar 31, 2023
Forbes has released its third annual CIO Next List, which celebrates 50 of the top tech leaders who are leveraging technology to transform their companies and the role of the CIO. Dubbed "shapeshifters of the C-suite" by Forbes, these innovative leaders are driving change and redefining what it means to be a successful technology executive in today's digital era.
Plano-Based At Home Announces ‘Thousands of Price Drops’ After Improving Its Freight Costs
by | Mar 23, 2023
Plano-based At Home, a home and holiday superstore company that operates 261 locations in 40 states, saw its supply chain costs rise over $300 million between 2021 and 2022. The company says it has since found ways to improve its freight costs, and on Wednesday it announced thousands of "permanent price drops" on items including furniture, rugs, and décor.