Midweek News Roundup!

Some interesting recent stories from across the web:

Internet radio service Pandora is opening up a local sales office in Uptown, according to an article in the Dallas Business Journal.

Dallas has been ranked the #4 “Most Youthful City” by YouthfulCities, a global initiative to rank the world’s cities by youthfulness using a variety of data points. Dallas also ranked #1 for public space, sports and gaming and #2 for entrepreneurship.

Nominations are now open for the North Texas Women in Technology Awards. Learn more.

Call-Em-All launches integrations with various Church Management platforms.

FireHost founder transitions to CTO role, brings on security industry veteran as CEO.

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