The charter school craze hits Texas.
Why the Emma L. Harrison Charter School in Waco flunked out.
Is Koch Industries the target of a dirty political attackor is it just plain dirty?
Bob McNair goes deep to bring pro football back to Houston.
In the fifties and sixties James Ling built LTV into one of the country's powerhouse companies. But after three decades out of the spotlight, what's his plan today?
Oh, Canada: You've taken film business away from Texas. Can an Austin soundstage get it back?
Reinventing Jack Kilby.
A company volleyball court, $1.7 billion in projected sales, and other ways Max Watson is transforming BMC Software.
You do, right? Joe Jamail, Red McCombs, Mark Cuban, and seven other superrich Texans tell you how.
Can Houston's SuperStand become the Barnes & Noble of magazines: an upscale national chain of superstores catering to affluent, educated consumers? Read all about it.
Walter Mischer’s latest developments.
Clayton Williams, relaxed and enjoying it.
Houston’s hot preacher writes a (good) book.
Old Texas, New Texas, boom, bust: Whatever the times, Houston strip-mall king Jerry J. Moore makes a living–and lives it up.
A year after she was forced to file for bankruptcy, Houston’s Ninfa Laurenzo is cooking up a way to save her popular restaurant chain.
Investors are bullish about Houston’s AIM Management Company, whose mutual funds have been on target for two decades.