Capital One Grants $500K to The Commit Partnership to Accelerate Closing the Equity Gap in Dallas
by | Nov 12, 2020
The Commit Partnership is a Dallas-based nonprofit that works to ensure all local students have access to an equitable education. Capital One's grant is part of a more than $3 million commitment to address critical community needs.
New Website Helps Texas Students Find the Best In-State Online College Programs
by | Jul 22, 2020
Earning an online degree close to home saves dollars and makes sense, according to
Dallas-based Arcade is Boosting Employee Incentive Programs With a $20K Match Program
by | Jun 10, 2020
The local information services company has committed to matching up to $5 million in employee incentives for eligible small businesses.

North Texas Angel Network Names Executive Director to Enhance the Deal Flow Experience

by | Feb 13, 2020
The early-stage investment organization is bringing seasoned angel investor Aaron Gathmann onto the team.
CarOffer’s Used Car Bidding Platform Hits $60M in Monthly Sales
by | Feb 12, 2020
CarOffer, which says it's the retail automotive industry's first instant trade platform, has reached $60M in monthly sales within the startup's first six months.
Plano’s DoctorLogic Announces $7M Series A Round
by | Jan 21, 2020
DoctorLogic works with more than 330 medical practices and its software includes a proprietary “Content Creation Engine” that showcases customers’ online presence, helps them acquire new patients, and measures their marketing efforts.

‘There’s No More Mall, Y’all’: How Two DFW Developers Are Reimagining Aging Retail Centers

by | Aug 21, 2019
From Southern Dallas' Redbird Mall to Plano's Collin Creek, traditional retail malls are being reinvented. The Urban Land Institute North Texas poses the question, "What's in store for aging retail?" Here's what these two developers had to say.
Harvest Returns Starts Opportunity Zones Fund to Nurture Ag Investments
by | Jul 10, 2019
The fund will invest in agricultural businesses in economically disadvantaged regions of the nation, and will give investors tax-favorable risk-adjusted returns.
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Raising Money: Four Rules for Finding Dough in DFW
by | Jan 29, 2019
There are rules to raising money. There are laws and regulations, yes. And admonitions on websites about how particular investors prefer to be pitched. But there are plenty of unwritten rules. To boost the odds of landing early-stage funding, you’ll need to know those, too.
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Follow the Money: Fossil Sells Smartwatch Tech to Google, Lantern Pharma Raises $535K, Alto Gets $14.5M
You’ll also find news about Frisco Music City, Quest Events, Keurig Dr Pepper, TXV Partners, GreyCampus, VSE Aviation, and more in this roundup of funding, merger, and acquisition activity with ties to North Texas.

Dollars for Good: Hall Commits $1M for Entrepreneurs; Good Returns & ORIX Name Recipients

by | Oct 31, 2018
Plus, grants for Southern Dallas Thrives, a state grant for mental health, and fundraising by A Conversation with a Legend and TWO X TWO for AIDS and Art, as well as other social efforts to boost nonprofits in North Texas.
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Autonomous Cars: What Will the Future Steer Our Way?
by | Jun 6, 2016
Technology, money and safety are issues that still issues to address before driverless cars are on the streets.
Want Money From Tech Wildcatters? Have a Solid Business Plan
by | May 3, 2016
Tech Wildcatters will make companies reach certain requirements or hit milestones before getting any investment.