News releases from Dallas Business Journal
Dallas Founder talks about coming back to Texas, tech trends and angel investing (Video)
May 17, 2021
After launching UX/UI design studio Not Dev in 2007, founder Dev Gupta is looking to grow the business from where it was originally founded.
Under the terms of the agreement, the Dallas telecom giant would receive $43 billion and WarnerMedia’s retention of certain debt, and AT&T’s shareholders would receive stock representing 71 percent of...
A deal between WarnerMedia and Discovery would combine businesses challenged by cord-cutting and video streaming.
Despite a year without most live events, Digital Seat Media has set the stage expand its reach
May 16, 2021
Digital Seat Media expects to deploy its technology in nearly 50 venues this year, with eyes on global expansion.
Dallas entrepreneurial task force releases recommendations - including a proposal for a more than $50M investment fund
May 14, 2021
Eleven stadiums across the U.S. have been selected to host various stages of the CONCACAF soccer tournament in July—including sites in North Texas.
Amazon to hire 2,800 people this year in Dallas area
May 13, 2021
These roles in 2021 offer an average starting wage of at least $17 per hour, a spokesperson said. In addition, there is a sign-on bonuses in most locations of up to $1,000.
Local entrepreneur training organization teams up with Harvard for master's certification program
May 13, 2021
The company is a competitor to Topgolf, and follows a trend of other East Coast companies opting to relocate their headquarters to Dallas-Fort Worth this year.
Plano biotech firm Allied BioScience lands new investment with eyes on global distribution
May 11, 2021
Bell, an honoree in March for the Dallas Business Journal's inaugural Leaders in Diversity Awards, was a guest for our statewide Texas Business Minds. Here are highlights of our wide-ranging...
Fort Worth’s Alice Walton – daughter of Walmart Inc. founder Sam Walton – is North Texas’ richest person with an estimated net worth of $61.8 billion.
DFW Airport executive discusses when passenger demand, especially international, is expected to return.
The company launched its new app in the iPhone App Store in March with limited functionality for beta testing — and is set to fully launch by the end of year.
After helping clients pivot to create immersive virtual experiences, LifeBlue is on track to surpass its 2019 revenue numbers.
Bigger dating pool? Match Group’s online dating services see more growth as vaccinations roll out
May 04, 2021
Follow the money: A roundup of DFW tech and startup fundings, M&As and investor activity in April
May 03, 2021
Player personnel: Check out the hires and departures in the DFW tech and startup scene in April
May 03, 2021
More than a dozen companies added to their leadership lineup, while many more made additions to their boards.