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    DFW residents don't feel prepared for another recession
    The Federal Reserve is fretting over its ability to stave off a potential downslide. Dallas-Fort Worth's economy downshifted this year ? with forecasts calling for a "good," instead of "great" year. So, is there really a reason to be worry about a new recession? DFW residents think so, according to a survey from Charles Schwab's Center for Financial Research. Of the 750 Dallas-area residents who took Charles Schwab's online survey earlier this year, 64 percent say they're unprepared for?


    Where Dallas? largest hedge funds are placing their long bets
    Dallas? largest hedge funds have placed their longest bets on publicly traded companies in a variety of industries, from technology and utilities to health care and social media behemoths, according to an analysis of their most recent regulatory filings.


    Sporting venues dominate list of North Texas' largest construction projects
    Everything is bigger in Texas, and in DFW, that goes doubly for sports venues. Just take a look at the largest construction projects that broke ground in 2017. Six of the top ten involved some sort of sports affiliation ? from Arlington's massive undertaking with Globe Life Field and the surrounding Texas Live! district to the Friday night lights of high school football stadiums. The Dallas Business Journal surveys local general contractors to see which construction projects they're working?


    Plano is looking at plans to bring a deck park to the Legacy area
    Plano's Legacy area might be getting its own Klyde Warren Park.


    Find out the rankings of the 2018 Best Places to Work
    This year marks the Dallas Business Journal?s 16th annual Best Places to Work Awards, and the Dallas Business Journal is pleased to announce the rankings of its 2018 program. The 100 companies span multiple communities across North Texas - from McKinney to Fort Worth to Dallas ? and come from a variety of industries, with the most popular being professional services, banking and financial services, technology and commercial real estate. You can see the rankings in the gallery above. We asked?


    Klyde Warren Park announces $76M expansion project
    The $76 million expansion project is a completion of the original plan for Klyde Warren Park and will extend its current footprint by an additional 1.2 acres.


    Report: Trump?s escalating trade war hits home in DFW, Texas
    Texas companies have been hammered harder than those in any other state by President Donald Trump?s tariffs and the expanding trade war with China, according to a coalition that released new data in Dallas on Thursday. Tariffs cost Texas companies $424 million in August, according to Tariffs Hurt the Heartland, an anti-tariff coalition of agricultural, industrial and commercial enterprises. Tariffs paid increased $263 million, or 163 percent, compared to August 2017, despite an increase of just?


    Ericsson peeling off standalone media solutions business to be based in North Texas
    Ericsson has unveiled MediaKind, the new identity for its media solutions business.


    Lockheed?s ballistic missile defense system clears another hurdle
    Lockheed Martin Corp. said Tuesday it had reached a key technical milestone with a new missile defense system. The company?s Long Range Discrimination Radar, known as LRDR, completed what?s called a closed-loop satellite track ? successfully searching for, acquiring and tracking numerous satellites across their entire field of view and processing the data using its tactical software and back-end signal processing equipment. What that means is that Lockheed (NYSE: LMT), which hosts its Missiles?


    Dallas tax company gets $1.1B valuation with new investment
    Ryan LLC in Dallas has joined a special club of companies valued at more than $1 billion. The tax services and software provider has received a $317 million investment from private equity firm Onex Corp. that values the company at $1.1 billion, according to a statement by the companies. Onex is based in Toronto and has more than $33 billion in assets under management. The deal gives Onex a 42 percent interest in the company. ?Onex is the ideal partner for us given its strong track record?