Ford’s new aluminum-sided F-150 pickup saw mixed results in new crash tests by the insurance industry, and the damaged trucks cost more to repair than steel-bodied ones.
The Lee brothers of The Big Texan Steak Ranch are weighing a decision much heavier than the 72-ounce steak for which their family tourism empire has become known.
Whole Foods cut its sales forecast for the year after its quarterly profit and sales fell short of expectations amid intensifying competition.
It took me just a weekend to get comfortable with Microsoft’s new Windows 10 operating system, something I never did with its predecessor, Windows 8, even after nearly three years.
The average vehicle in the U.S. is now 11.5 years old, a sign of the increased reliability of vehicles and the lingering impact of the sharp drop in new car sales during the recession.
After more than a century of memories made over delicious meals, a long-time North Texas restaurant is shuttering its doors.
Next weekend, sex and adult entertainment will take center stage at the Dallas Convention Center.
Kroger announced on Tuesday that the national retailer is recalling four spices due to possible contamination from salmonella.
The Oklahoma Corporation Commission says two oil and gas wastewater injection wells are shutting down and one is reducing operations in the Crescent area following several earthquakes.
Nike will give partial refunds or gift cards to people who bought FuelBand fitness trackers, resolving a lawsuit that says the products can’t accurately tally how many steps a user is taking or how many calories they’ve burned.
The Apple Watch is heading to some Best Buy stores ahead of the holiday shopping season.
Southwest Airlines makes the Top 25 workplaces that provide the best work-life balance, according to Indeed.com, a job search site.
Today was the day many hamburger enthusiasts have been looking forward to. The California chain In-N-Out opened two new locations in North Texas. Let the eating begin!
It can be hard to make a living, even for a President. Here’s a look at some of the more creative paths to the presidency.
Geek is chic, and all those geeks seem to be migrating to a few select cities. Here’s a look at the top 10 American cities for technological growth.