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by Michael Mayes Ty Warner’s great mass delusion of the late 90’s began simply with a $2.50 plush toy. Other than their miniature size and cute names, the beanbag animals weren’t particularly innovative, but their timing with the rise of eBay propelled the Ty Warner...read more
Trelaine Mapp: Don’t accept what people have told you and let that define what you want to do in life.
By Paul K. Harral email@example.com Trelaine M. Mapp remembers it well. He and his infant daughter came to Arlington to visit his wife, an engineer for General Motors who was doing temporary duty at GM’s Arlington plant working on the Cadillac Escalade....read more
By Rachel Glasser Assess your internal controls to better protect your company and your employees. Small businesses are often susceptible to fraud when too much reliance is placed on long-term or key employees. An important distinction of fraud is that it is an...read more
By Kevin Grace, MBA The Fort Worth Stockyards embody the Western heritage of the area. It's an incredible part of the city, and in 1917 the Stockyards were the most important horse and mule market in the world. Now, thousands of cattle are sold by satellite....read more