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Bernard L. Weinstein, Dallas Business Journal A hot dog vendor drags himself out of bed, puts on his mustard-stained white apron, and lugs a 400-pound cart through the streets crying “Hot dogs here!” to pedestrians each and every day, rain or shine, for one simple reason: to turn a profit. If the vendor’s investment of time, effort and money results in a loss, he quickly halts operations and seeks out a profitable undertaking. Similarly, America’s oil and gas companies strive to develop domestic energy resources to generate profits. Read More (Subscription Required)