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FTX Collapse Creating Chaos as Users Ask for Regulations

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  FTX nearing bankruptcy has sent much of the crypto industry into a tailspin. The company once had a $32b evaluation and is now headed towards extinction after Binance opted Read more

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WALBRO AWARDED 43 PATENTS IN 2021 – 2022
February 7, 2023

Tucson, AZ, February 3, 2023 – Walbro, LLC continues to focus on innovation and protect its intellectual property.  Walbro was granted 24 patents in 2021 and 19 in 2022 respectively.    The new patents cover an array of products across our fuel systems and engine management business units.  Walbro has been granted over 1900 patents since […]

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Sustainability in Industry 4.0
The Need for Sustainability in Industry 4.0
February 7, 2023

What is Industry 4.0? A revolution that has many names, Industry 4.0 is the name of the 21st century technology boom that is creating advanced AI, robotics, and smart, connected devices. But how can industry 4.0 help change the way businesses conduct business? On this episode of “What Just Happened?“, host Christine Russo spoke […]

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Secondary Ticket Market Prices Spike with LeBron James on the Verge of History
February 7, 2023

38,387 points. That’s the number of points scored by all-time NBA points leader Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. And all that separates LeBron James from surpassing that number is 36 points. LeBron’s career average is 27.2 points scored per game. That number puts James on pace to overtake Jabbar’s record on February 9 when the Lakers face […]

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FTX Collapse Creating Chaos as Users Ask for Regulations
November 17, 2022

FTX nearing bankruptcy has sent much of the crypto industry into a tailspin. The company once had a $32b evaluation and is now headed towards extinction after Binance opted out of the acquisition. Simon Mak, Professor at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, TX, points out that these companies have sizable effects not only on […]

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How Top Dallas Companies Turned the Pandemic into an Era of Success
November 18, 2021

It’s hard to imagine too many companies looking back on the last 18 months and claiming it to be a successful era of growth and confidence. And yet, for SMU’s Dallas 100, resilience, ingenuity, and some strategic nimbleness gave them a path to success even when the odds looked grim. For the 31st year […]

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How Anthony Bourdain Inspired a Banker to Create a Culinary Brand
September 23, 2021

From new technologies and changing food trends to supply chains and innovative concepts, the restaurant industry is everchanging. Host Andre Natera shares kitchens, plates and stories with food and beverage superstars, preparing a new dish and offering valuable insights from the front lines of the culinary industry.   The pandemic threw a lot of curveballs at the […]

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Game Changers: Changing the Playbook After Law School
September 15, 2021

Challenging the status quo isn’t for everyone. Katie Steinberg will be sitting down with the innovators turning the sports and hospitality worlds upside down, only on Game Changers. Life after college sports can be a dreaded reality for athletes. Whether it’s turning an athletic passion into a lifetime money-maker, or it’s finding a career outside […]

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2020 Dallas 100 Award Ceremony
February 20, 2021

 Clavis Capital Partners, a private investment firm with deep experience investing in, operating and growing U.S.-based industrial businesses, is the fastest-growing entrepreneurial company in the Dallas area, according to the SMU Cox School of Business’s Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship. The Institute’s annual Dallas 100, a celebration of the fastest-growing, privately-held businesses in the Dallas […]

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Emphasizing Education in Real Estate: Dirt Work
June 23, 2020

Joseph Cahoon, Director of Folsom Institute for Real Estate at SMU’s Cox School of Business, joined us on the most recent episode of Dirt Work to discuss the cross-section of education and real estate in light of invocation and changes brought forth by the coronavirus pandemic. SMU successfully transitioned over 10,000 students to remote […]

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Why Quality Businesses Journalism Focuses on Narrative Storytelling
March 11, 2020

Business journalism is more than just stories about earnings and income statements. The ability to tell a compelling story is what makes audiences want to hear more about your company and what you have to offer. On this podcast, host Giovanna Hnath and Southern Methodist University Associate Professor of Journalism Jake Batsell discuss how companies […]

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After A Historic Summer, What is Next For Esports?
September 25, 2019

Competitive gaming has become a multimillion-dollar industry for players and executives alike, and in such a burgeoning field, the best might be yet to come. New Yorkers have no shortage of opportunities to pack a 20,000-seat arena given the abundance of professional sports teams in the city. One of this summer’s top draws however […]

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Amazon, Impossible Foods Lead Two Different Green Revolutions
September 20, 2019

In the world of B2B this week, both grocers and tech giants are going green. They are just doing it in different ways. Impossible Foods, producer of plant-based-meat meals is now available in 27 California-based Gensler’s Markets. Consumers in the rest of the country will have to wait for now, but the company does plan […]

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