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Texas Business is getting back into business. The dormant monthly magazine has been resurrected by a 34-year-old Dallas entrepreneur who hopes to attract statewide readers and advertisers when the publication makes a return debut in May.
Ray Washburne purchased the name and plans to initially distribute about 100,000 copies of the new Texas Business magazine.
"The Texas economy is ripe for a statewide business publication," Washburne contends. "With strong employment growth in small and medium-sized businesses around the state, there is a huge base of readers for Texas business."
Texas Business shut down in 1988 after a 12-year run on the Lone Star market. …