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The Last Word: The Dallas Fed’s Anton Cheremukhinm On How Employee Poaching Could Lead to Softer Economic Landings

by | Mar 12, 2024
In a new Dallas Fed research paper, Cheremukhin writes that the central bank may find it easier to avoid a recession, thanks to a key fact: while job vacancies are decreasing in the U.S., unemployment has remained steady. 
Former Dallas Fed President/CEO Joins Star Mountain Capital as Senior Advisor
by | Feb 15, 2024
An author of three books on leadership, Robert Kaplan is bringing his more than 40 years of investment management, business management, monetary policy, investment banking, and leadership experience to the specialized investment firm.
Southwestern Medical Foundation Begins Transition to New CFO
by | Feb 2, 2024
The foundation said that in addition to her role as CFO, Sarah Fletcher—formerly CFO of the Trinity Park Conservancy—will serve as a foundation officer. She will oversee the accounting and investment of its $1 billion endowment—which supports leading-edge medical research, education, and patient care.
Dallas Nonprofit Bold Idea Names 2 North Texas Students for Its Inaugural Bold & Bright Awards
by | Jun 7, 2023
The award recognizes outstanding Bold Idea students who received hands-on learning and mentoring from volunteer industry professionals from top Dallas-area tech companies. The award winners showed advanced computer science skills, built creative coding projects, and have big goals. See who won—and why one could make the FBI happy.

Former Dallas Fed CEO Robert Kaplan: U.S. Workforce Growth Is Decelerating, But Texas and Collin County Are ‘Bucking That Trend’

by | Dec 8, 2022
Kaplan was the keynote speaker at last week's 11th annual luncheon of the Collin County Business Alliance. Here's a look at how he views the U.S. economy, and why he believes education and workforce skills training are the biggest keys to a "successful city" going forward. Government spending, printing money, and keeping interest rates near zero was like "driving your car at 120 miles an hour," Kaplan said. "And right now, we're in the process of slamming on the brakes."
The Last Word: Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ Lorie K. Logan on ‘the Importance of Innovation’
by | Oct 5, 2022
Last May, Logan was named the 14th president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. In a virtual town hall, she answered questions about her background and her priorities for the district she oversees—which consists of Texas, northern Louisiana, and southern New Mexico. A post by the Dallas Fed captured some of Logan's comments, including her work for the Federal Reserve during 9/11 and the Great Recession of 2007-2009.
Local Business Legend Thomas O. Hicks To Join the Ranks of the Texas Business Hall of Fame
by | Sep 29, 2022
A leader in the local private equity and sports business space, Thomas O. Hicks will be inducted at a ceremony put on by the Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation in early November, joining others from Houston and Austin. The former owner of the Dallas Stars and Texas Rangers, Hicks currently serves as the founder, chairman, and partner of local family office Hicks Holdings and as a senior partner and director at Dallas' The Beneficient Company Group. Hicks will join other local business legends like Mark Cuban and Ross Perot, Jr. in the Texas Business Hall of Fame, which has been inducting new members since 1983.
Dallas Fed Names Lorie Logan as its First Female President, CEO
by | May 13, 2022
Logan is currently the executive vice president of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, and the manager of the Systems Open Market Account for the Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), where she oversees the system’s $9 trillion securities portfolio and leads the implementation of monetary policy as directed by the FOMC. Starting August 22, she'll be leading the Dallas Fed and its 1,200 employees while representing Texas and parts of Louisiana and New Mexico, helping to shape Fed policy amid the current inflation crisis.

4 Ways Community Leaders Say We Can Better Prepare the STEM Workforce of Tomorrow

by | Jun 21, 2018
Employers across a variety of fields from advanced manufacturing to health care need talent that has a strong foundation in math and science to stay competitive.
On Tap: Dallas Startup Week, Automation Everywhere & Comedy Festival
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On Tap: CIO Summit, Startup Weekend Fort Worth & Engage Dallas
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TREC Commits $1M to Revive Forest Theater, MLK Blvd

by | Dec 1, 2017
The Dallas Catalyst Project is a three-year commitment by The Real Estate Council Foundation to the Fair Park area of South Dallas.
Power, Purpose & Profit: bigBANG! Focuses on Putting Money to Work for Good
by | Oct 30, 2017
Speakers took on the concept of impact investing and what that looks like in the realm of real estate, foundations, and faith-based work.
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Consortium, U.S. Census Partner on DFW Research Data Center
by | Apr 28, 2017
Researchers will be able to work with restricted-access data at the new center at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
YW Enterprise Program Helps Women Out of Poverty by Giving Them the Power
by | Dec 28, 2015
For one woman, the structure helped her define how to expand her business throughout the country.