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The Sorting Election: George Baker’s observations

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New York Times columnist David Brooks’s column of October 14, 2014, is about diversity and polarization in America. He compares the San Francisco Bay Area and Houston, showing that two very different regional models can be successful. The column generated over 300 responses. George Baker, who moved his business from Oakland to Houston in 1996, offers Continue Reading

Panelists reflect on outlook of Mexican oil at Global Energy Conference

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A panel on the outlook for Mexican oil was held in Houston on May 15, 2013, as an element of the 8th Global Energy Conference sponsored by MAYER • BROWN law firm. There were two speakers on the panel, which was moderated by Mayer Brown’s Pablo Ferrante: Duncan Wood, director of the Woodrow Wilson Center Continue Reading