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 •  September 24, 2015

The downtown skyline’s first and most famous icon returns next Friday when Pegasus will once again light up the top of the Magnolia Hotel.
The winged stallion’s neon had begun to fade after the Mobil Oil trademark assumed its perch on Jan. 1, 2000, and workers from Denton-based Starlite Sign shut it off completely March 6.
“Unless something ...

aviationblog.dallasnews.com

 •  September 24, 2015

RadioShack is heading to college this fall.
The Fort Worth-based consumer electronics chain has a five-year contract with a for-profit subsidiary of the National Association of College Stores to install RadioShack-branded fixtures stocked with some of the chain’s popular items in campus bookstores.
The University of Texas Co-op was the first in ...

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 •  September 24, 2015

UPDATE, 8 p.m. Monday: The new logo sits atop American Airlines Center.
ORIGINAL ITEM: More than seven months after American Airlines introduced a new logo and branding, the old AA logo with the eagle is coming off the American Airlines Center.
Workmen with City Sign Services on Monday removed the AA sign from the north, west and south sides of ...