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No lawyer in Texas history trained and mentored more great trial attorneys or had a bigger impact on the legal profession than Jim Coleman. Coleman was a combat soldier in Patton’s Third Army, earned the Silver Star, worked as an agent for the CIA, founded and built one of the most respected corporate law firms in Texas, hired women as lawyers when other firms refused and successfully handled hundreds of jury trials during his six decade career, including a pair of billion-dollar lawsuits. Corporate…



The now-viral local sensation fittingly called the "Leaning Tower of Dallas" is scheduled to be brought down on Monday, according to officials. On the morning of Sunday, Feb. 16, an 11-story tower at 2828 North Haskell Ave. was supposed to be demolished, but the building did not entirely collapse. A core shaft was left standing after an initial implosion that contained the elevator and stairwells. Dallas Business Journal Staff Photographer Jake Dean captured footage of the failed implosion…



The Texas housing market had a “banner year” in 2019, and looks to be heading for another one, a top economist said at a seminar Friday at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. Nine years after the housing market's downturn, housing sales in Texas have returned to their pre-recession peak, said Jim Gaines, chief economist at the Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University. “That prior peak was back right before the Great Recession,” Gaines said. “It was very artificial. It’s pretty easy…



Trinity Industries shares soared more than 11.6 percent at one point Thursday after the Dallas-based company reported earnings that bested analyst estimates. Shares of Trinity Industries Inc. (NYSE: TRN), which operates in the railcar leasing and manufacturing industries, closed Thursday trading at $23.30, up 5.6 percent over Wednesday's close as the company concluded its first full year as a rail-focused company and welcomed a new CEO. Trinity shares were trading down about 2 percent in late trading…



U.S. News & World Report has released the 10th edition of its best hotel rankings, which examines the top luxury properties around the world. When it came to Texas though, not only was San Antonio's Hotel Emma the highest-rated hotel in the Lone Star State, but it was the only Texas hotel ranked among the top 10 in the nation. Following Hotel Emma for a Texas-wide evaluation was The Ritz-Carlton in Dallas, which came in first in DFW's top 15. Rounding out the top three was another DFW hotel –…



Texas Instruments Inc. didn’t have to go far for its new board member. The Dallas chip company (Nasdaq: TXN) has named Kimberly-Clark Corp. CEO Michael Hsu as a director, it said in an announcement on Friday. The leader of the Irving-based consumer products company will join the board on April 1. While Hsu’s business may be different from Texas Instruments', both companies share commonalities, Ron Kirk, a member of the board, said in the statement. “In addition to Mike's background in…



Two finance veterans are heading to Haynes and Boone.



It started with a passion for gaming, which eventually turned into a passion for the machines and technology it takes to game. And like a lot of PC gamers, Shazim Mohammad began researching parts and products to find the best ones for his setup. There is an online sub-community that believes PC games are superior in nearly every way to console games, such as Xbox and PlayStation. However, as he got more and more into the world of PC gaming, Mohammad noticed there was one issue. While PC gaming was…



A class-action lawsuit has been filed against Southwest Airlines Co. on behalf of other stockholders, claiming the company has been "plagued by non-compliance and maintenance issues," according to court documents.  The lawsuit, which was filed in federal court Wednesday, accuses Southwest (NYSE: LUV) of having maintenance issues with flights for more than a decade. It also accuses the airlines and their top officials of being non-compliant.  Plaintiff Robert G. Linenewebe, who is representing…



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