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Wells Fargo To Build a 22-Acre Corporate Campus in Irving, Creating 650 New Jobs

Governor Greg Abbott confirmed today that San Francisco-based Wells Fargo will build a new corporate campus in Irving's Las Colinas development. Based around two 400,000-square-foot towers, the campus will provide a home for Wells Fargo's 3,000 local employees, while creating 650 jobs. Dallas firm KDC has been tapped as developer.

The move is being aided by a $5 million "deal-closing" grant from the Texas Enterprise Fund, on top of $30 million in incentives approved by the Irving City Council in August.
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DI People: Kimberly-Clark, Sabre, Charles Schwab, and More Make Moves
by | Jul 29, 2022
In this week’s roundup of hires, promotions, and accolades in North Texas, you’ll also find news from DHD Films, Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty, M2G Ventures, UT Dallas, the Dallas Museum of Art, MOOYAH, Successive Technologies, CG Infinity, and more.
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Kimberly-Clark Partners With Biotech Innovator RWDC To Develop Sustainable Plastic Alternatives
by | Jun 8, 2021
Irving-based Kimberly-Clark is seeking solutions to the world's single-use plastics problem—aiming for a 50 percent reduction in its use of new, fossil fuel-based plastics by 2030.

Biodegradable plastics startup RWDC, which is based in Athens, GA, and Singapore, raised $133 million in a Series-B round last year.
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Nine North Texas Companies Make Fortune’s Newest List of the World’s Most Admired Companies
by | Feb 1, 2021
From North Texas, Southwest Airlines, AT&T, D.R. Horton, Jacobs Engineering Group, Kimberly-Clark, McKesson, and Texas Instruments ranked in the top 300 All-Star companies.
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Kimberly-Clark Foundation and the Falk Family Donate $1M to United Way Covid-19 Fund

by | Apr 16, 2020
The Coronavirus Response and Recovery Fund—which in March came together in under a week—aims to tackle both urgent and long-term needs in North Texas, including those affecting education, income, and health.
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DI People: Dave & Buster’s, Cyber Group, and SOLiD Announce Leadership Moves
by | Feb 25, 2020
In this weekly roundup of executive and leadership moves by companies and organizations in North Texas, you’ll also find news from LandDesign, Texas Instruments, Kimberly-Clark, Mr. Cooper, Texas Christian University, and Reed Smith.
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DI People: Elevate Credit, Devenney Group, Kimberly-Clark Make Leadership Moves
by | Nov 26, 2019
In this weekly roundup of executive and leadership moves involving companies in North Texas, you’ll also find news from Jones|Carter, SWK Holdings, Wingstop, the Michaels Companies, and more.
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DI People: Cyber Group, Apex Clearing, and Brinker International Make Leadership Announcements
by | Sep 24, 2019
In this weekly roundup of executive and leadership moves by companies and organizations in North Texas, you’ll also find news from European Wax Center, MedCore Partners, Kimberly-Clark, Medecision, and SMU.
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Kimberly-Clark Brings Fresh Perspective to Brainstorming

by | Aug 29, 2017
The Irving-based company has introduced a new tool called IdeaStorm to help teams innovate.
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Tech Titans Awards 2017
Tech Titans Celebrates Winners of Annual Tech Impact Awards
by | Aug 28, 2017
Tech Titans, a North Texas technology trade association, recognizes local individuals and companies each year who have made significant contributions to the technology industry. 
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Kimberly-Clark, WWF Working to Raise Awareness About Sustainable Forestry
by | Jun 26, 2017
In 2003, Irving-based Kimberly-Clark became the first U.S. tissue company to require suppliers be certified as "providing fiber from responsibly managed sources." Now, it will be the first to launch a packaging campaign to educate about responsibly-sourced products.
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