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This story is available as part of a content partnership with WFAA-TV. For more local news, visit WFAA.com. Dallas County health officials reported Wednesday an additional 16 coronavirus-related deaths, including a Grand Prairie woman in her 20s who did not have underlying health conditions. Health officials again reported more than 1,000 daily cases for the sixth consecutive day in Dallas County. And, officials said there were 786 emergency room visits in the 24-hour period ending Tuesday for…



The Dallas Business Journal is honoring the Best Real Estate Deals of 2019. As part of the coverage, we are highlighting all of our Deals of the Year from 2010 to 2018.



Eastman most recently served as Texas state president and head of commercial banking for Capital One Bank. Now he will oversee business development, brand awareness and drive community engagement in his new role.



Seventeen of the fastest-growing companies in North Texas took advantage of the Paycheck Protection Program.



In a reversal from April and May, new listings of high-end homes in Dallas-Fort Worth surged in June, while a severe shortage of more affordable inventory continues.



More real estate investment might be headed to southern Dallas, according to one local developer.



We listened — to voices that forced a look back at what never should have been. We listened — to voices that encouraged a look ahead to what must be. We heard hope and optimism. We heard frustration and fatigue. In the past month, the Dallas Business Journal and other business journals facilitated local conversations on race and racism. The words were raw, emotional and disturbing. They were also honest and inspiring. Tears were shed without embarrassment. Many listened in silence, then…



Signify Health, which uses tech tools, sees growth ahead.



More than 4.8 million businesses have gotten PPP loans so far. But not many stemmed from Capital One.



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