Posts Tagged ‘DFW’

GM to go Green with Wind Energy in DFW

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

General Motors is going green at it’s Arlington Assembly Plant and GM Financial headquarters in downtown Fort Worth with wind energy from Cactus Flats wind farm in Concho County, according to the Fort Worth Star Telegram.

GM’s Arlington plant

DEC has $130M Impact on DFW, Report Shows

Posted by Lance Murray

IF COUNTED AS ONE BUSINESS, THE IMPACT WOULD MAKE THE DALLAS ENTREPRENEUR CENTER A TOP-200 DALLAS-FORT WORTH COMPANY


The Dallas Entrepreneur Center has a $130 million annual impact on Dallas-Fort Worth, according to figures released Wednesday evening in The DEC …

DFW Offers Great Ecosystem for Startup Families

Posted by Amber Backes

LIVING OPTIONS, MULTIPLE HUBS MAKE AREA GOOD PICK


“To win big, I need to move to Silicon Valley.” Not so, especially when pairing the startup life with family.

Living outside of the “Valley” has many benefits, including the ability to …

Ruthie’s Food Trucks: The Most Innovative Spins on Grilled Cheese

Posted by Ruthie's Rolling Cafe

Bread. Butter. Cheese. These three simple ingredients lend themselves to a treasured American meal. Not to mention the nostalgia.

Ruthie’s Food Trucks has several food trucks in Dallas-Fort Worth that focus on the culinary odyssey of gourmet grilled cheese.

First …

Education: State of Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Patrick Kobler

Welcome to the content hub for education news and commentary, featuring topics that range from lower education to higher education, research and faculty and student highlights. Here’s an overview of where we stand in education innovation leading into 2016. 

Dallas …

Creative: State of Innovation in Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Tara Nieuwesteeg

Welcome to the content hub for creative news and commentary, featuring topics that range from fine arts to fashion, film to food. With constant technological evolution, budget flux, and artistic–community partnership, it’s been an exciting year for the arts in