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  2. History of Dallas - Wikipedia

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    The Caddo inhabited the Dallas area before it was settled by Europeans, along with the rest of Texas, as a part of the Spanish Viceroyalty of New Spain in the 16th century. . The area was also claimed by the French, but in 1819 the Adams-Onís Treaty officially placed Dallas well within Spanish territory by making the Red River the northern boundary of New Spa

  3. Electricity market - Wikipedia

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    A wholesale electricity market exists when competing generators offer their electricity output to retailers. The retailers then re-price the electricity and take it to market. While wholesale pricing used to be the exclusive domain of large retail suppliers, increasingly markets like New England are beginning to open up to end-users.

  4. 2021 Texas power crisis - Wikipedia

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    At the peak, over 5 million people in Texas were without power, with 11 million experiencing an outage at some point, some for more than 3 days. During the period of outages, wholesale electric prices was set to $9,000/megawatt-hour which was the "system cap" set by ERCOT, compared to a more typical $25/MWh.

  5. Trammell Crow - Wikipedia

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    Fred Trammell Crow (June 10, 1914 – January 14, 2009) was an American real estate developer from Dallas, Texas.He is credited with the creation of several major real estate projects, including the Dallas Market Center, Peachtree Center in Atlanta, Georgia, and the Embarcadero Center in San Francisco, California.

  6. Harry Hines Boulevard - Wikipedia

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    State Highway Loop 354 Location Dallas – Farmers Branch Length 4.148 mi (6.676 km) Existed September 19, 1961 –March 29, 2018 Loop 354 was designated on September 19, 1961, from Interstate 35E (I-35E) to Saner Avenue and I-35E in Downtown Dallas. The highway traversed old sections of U.S. Route 67 (US 67), US 77, and US 80, and was signed as US 67 Business (US 67 Bus.), US 77 Bus., and US ...

  7. History of Fort Worth, Texas - Wikipedia

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    The history of Fort Worth, Texas, in the United States is closely intertwined with that of northern Texas and the Texan frontier. From its early history as an outpost and a threat against Native American residents, to its later days as a booming cattle town, to modern times as a corporate center, the city has changed dramatically, although it still preserves much of its heritage in its modern ...

  8. H-E-B - Wikipedia

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    As of late 2010, its operations serve approximately "55-plus" percent of the Texas market, according to Progressive Grocer, with primary Texas markets including the Corpus Christi, San Antonio, Austin, Laredo and Houston metro areas. The company does business in five different retail formats: general H-E-B stores, Central Market, H-E-B Plus, Mi ...

  9. Beal Bank - Wikipedia

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    Beal Bank was founded in 1988 in Dallas, TX. Throughout the 1990s, the company purchased undervalued real estate and savings and loan assets. In 2000, the company purchased more than $1 billion of commercial loans from the Small Business Administration.