Posts Tagged ‘Ross Perot Jr.’

Reinventing Ross Avenue: Retail, Restaurants, Residences Revitalizing Major Thoroughfare

Posted by Kerry Curry

In the 1980s, nine skyscrapers were added to Dallas’s skyline and the city’s “Main Street” for commercial activity shifted to Ross Avenue as Trammell Crow and others developed a succession of commercial buildings closer to and ultimately on Ross Avenue.

The Evolution of
Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation

Posted by Danielle Abril

Dallas-Fort Worth’s history is rife with innovation and entrepreneurship. Consider the likes of Mark Cuban, a self-made billionaire who got his start founding internet radio company broadcast.com. Or Ross Perot Jr., who has continued the Perot family’s legacy through real

3 Things: Disrupting Online Charitable Giving

Posted by Heather Noel

Today’s stories are all about changing the landscape — in some cases literally. Hillwood is planning the first office tower along Turtle Creek since the mid-1980s, Dallas entrepreneur Todd Wagner is disrupting online charitable giving, and a new facility dedicated

Booster Fuels’ Delivery App Brings Gas to You

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Frank Mycroft’s dream of creating an on-demand fuel delivery app has transformed a startup into a $12.5 million company with operations in North Texas and Northern California.

Now Booster Fuels’ purple trucks are making the rounds at multiple office parks …