For a Houston court clerk, having millions in his bank account is not a dream-it’s his job.
A tiny Houston delivery firm did-and now it has the broadest trucking rights ever granted in Texas.
With clean, well-lighted places-filled with bargains-Forth Worth-based Cash America is spiffing up the sullied image of pawnshops.
In 1998 Neiman Marcus shelled out $119 million for Horchow Mail Order—only to have the cataloger lose $28 million within two years.
When it’s time for that final fashion statement, a Fort Worth clothier has just the thing—complete with Velcro.
With a sweet leasing deal, Austin sister stations KASE and KVET pack a one-two punch on the FM dial.
By running-and-gunning down opponents in the NCAA tournament, Tom Penders has jump-started UT basketball.
Now that Drayton McLane has sold his family company to Wal-Mart, he has no intention of retiring from the daily grind.
By taking a cue from smart money, even the small investor can get an angle on modest deals in post-bust Texas.
Who’s up, who’s down, who’s gone, and who’s new on our second annual study of state’s superrich.
Wealthy Texans have been heard to say that money is just a way of keeping score. Here’s the scoreboard.
Are Longhorns richer than Aggies? Is Dallas richer than Houston? Is it easier to get rich selling food or cars? For the answers, check out the statistical breakdown of the Texas 100.
Why T. Boone Pickens, Bill Clements, Lady Bird, and other runners-up didn’t make the list.