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Workers from out of state and other countries have helped Texas, study says

by Renata Sago Apr 3, 2018
The Texas economy has grown about twice as fast as the rest of the country over the past decade, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. And a new report by the Dallas Fed finds one reason is that…

For Dallas Fed president, sustaining long-term growth will take more than tax cuts

by Kai Ryssdal, Sean McHenry, and Maria Hollenhorst Feb 14, 2018
Robert Kaplan says fiscal policy should bring less debt and focus on economic fundamentals.
Pedestrians walk past the New York Stock Exchange.
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After losing out on a headquarters bid over a decade ago, Dallas created a thriving downtown to woo corporations

by Lauren Silverman Oct 24, 2017
Boeing’s rejection of Dallas as a corporate headquarters location 16 years ago helped spur the city's current growth in the arts.
Development of the Dallas Arts District was spurred in part by the city's failed bid to get Boeing to locate its headquarters in the city. The district now draws more than 1.5 million  visitors a year. 
Photo courtesy of Jerome Weeks, KERA News

After attack, Dallas police recruits say they’re more committed than ever

by Marketplace Contributor Aug 15, 2016
These 100 recruits are mostly men. They’re racially diverse. All started their training before the shootings that rocked Dallas.
Police recruits line up for a uniform inspection at the Dallas Police Academy.
Christopher Connelly

After Dallas, a look at police training

by Molly Wood Jul 8, 2016
De-escalation strategies and community outreach are hugely important.
Police attempt to calm the crowd as someone is arrested following the sniper shooting in Dallas on July 7, 2016. 
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Dallas police shooting: Five officers killed, seven wounded by gunmen

by Marketplace Staff Jul 8, 2016
President Barack Obama, who is visiting Poland, called the shooting a "vicious, calculated and despicable attack on law enforcement."
Bystanders stand near police barricades following the sniper shooting in Dallas on Thursday.
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Got an invention? Head to your regional patent office

by Lauren Silverman Nov 30, 2015
Fighting backlog, the US Patent office hopes regional offices will cut down wait.

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Dallas Fed Chair: Time to lose monetary "beer goggles"

by Kai Ryssdal Jul 16, 2014
Chairman Richard W. Fisher says the nation's monetary policy needs to sober up.

What J.R.'s death means for the series 'Dallas'

by , and Mar 4, 2013
The late actor Larry Hagman makes his last appearance on 'Dallas' on Monday. What does the death of a defining character mean for the series, one of the highest-profile bets by cable channel TNT.

TV drama 'Dallas' relaunches for a new generation

by Sally Herships Jun 13, 2012
The popular '80s primetime soap gets remade with the all-important ad demographic of 18- to 35-year-olds in mind. The question is no longer "Who shot JR?" but "How long will JR be on screen?"