Author Dan Eakin

National Survey Finds Texas To Be the Best State for Small Businesses

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With anywhere between 25 million and 27 million small businesses in the U.S. today — providing between 60% and 80% of all American jobs — it’s clear that small businesses are the backbone of

After Offering to Torch Confederate Paraphernalia, Food Truck Owner’s Business Set Ablaze

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When former stand-up comedian Rob Jenkins decided to get in on the food truck craze, he didn’t think he’d one day become the target of possible arson for doing what he believed to be

Across Texas, Air Conditioning Businesses Working Overtime

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This summer hasn’t been kind to much of North Texas — and in the face of extreme temperatures, many air conditioning repair companies are working overtime to keep up with unprecedented demand. According to a

Facebook’s New Facility is Going Green

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Facebook is always looking for ways to be innovative and efficient. When it comes to the construction of their new data center in Texas, the social networking giant is making no exceptions. Its fifth existing

University of Texas Researchers Unveil a More Energy-Efficient Window

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Throughout the day, our windows can act as the perfect medium for a shocking amount of heat transfer. During the summer months, heat can enter the home through a home’s windows, making air conditioners work

Do Texting-While-Driving Bans Actually Increase Distraction Crashes?

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The state of Texas is known for going its own way, but many residents are wondering if there’s one area of Texas law that should follow the rest of the country’s lead. Texas is

HP to Power Its Texas Data Centers With Wind Energy

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For years, clean energy proponents could look to only a small handful of corporations as potential customers or partners. Apart from Google and a few other high-tech companies, there were very few entities that

If You Build It, They Will Play: Dallas Students Design Playground Of Dreams

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The 800 K-8 students who attend the Dallas charter school La Academia de Estrellas (LAE) were extremely underserved in a vital aspect of their childhood, something all children deserve access to, and something all

While Texas And Wyoming Receive FEMA Disaster Funds, Indiana Holds Its Breath

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This July in Wyoming and Texas, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is extending federal disaster aid in the wake of severe flooding in recent months. Meanwhile, the Indiana Department of Homeland Security is

Don’t Call It A Bubble: Dallas Startup Scene Thriving

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Entrepreneurs say Dallas is becoming a digital boom town, with new mobile apps and tech startups starting up all over town. One such company, FIVEOh!, was started by Pakistani immigrant Ali Mirza at a