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September 1997
Workforce;Sep97 Supplement Tools, Vol. 76, p6
Highlights developments illustrating why businesses might consider relocating to Plano, Texas. Includes the recognition of six Plano companies in the Dallas 100 annual awards for the fastest growing companies; Opening of a championship golf course by Ridgeview Ranch Golf Club; Business groups employing more than 500 employees.


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