Before he sold his legendary wine cellar, Marvin Overton threw a Texas-zise party with a Longhorn named Bubba.
Whenever sports–souvenir companies look at Rangers ace Nolan Ryan, they see dollar signs.
A Dallas insurance firm’s big gamble—backing holes in one at golf tournaments—was right on the money.
Thirty-five years ago, a Harlingen publisher turned in to Hispanic radio, only to become Texas’ least-known media mogul.
Williamson-Dickie of Fort Worth has a blue-collar gold mine in Dickies work clothes.
Two Dallasites put their heads together and opened a creative outlet for inventors.
How does NBA superstar David Robinson handle his millions? He passes them to a real mom-and-pop operation—his parents.
Whenever pro sports franchises are up for sale, appraiser Steve Matt is likely to be a major player.