Iconic Dallas Real Estate Firm To Sells To Berkshire Hathaway AffiliateThe Ebby Halliday portfolio of companies brands will continue to operate under their current brand names.
New Starbucks Policy: No Purchase Needed To Sit In CafesStarbucks announced a new policy Saturday that allows anyone to sit in its cafes or use its restrooms, even if they don't buy anything.
JC Penney Outlook Spooks Wall StreetJ.C. Penney is reporting a first-quarter loss along the lines of what analysts had expected, but also strong revenue.
Texas City To Require Firms To Give More To Get Tax BreaksOne city in Texas approved new rules requiring business developers to contribute something to the community before they're handed over any financial incentives from the city.
Amazon Prime Members To Get Extra Discount At Whole FoodsAmazon, which purchased Whole Foods last year, is offering its Prime members an additional 10 percent off of sale items when they shop at Whole Foods stores.
Central Market Recalls Meat From Dallas StoreCentral Market has issued a one-store recall for ground meat products sold Sunday at its store at Preston Road and Royal Lane in Dallas.
Nintendo Is Re-Releasing The NES Classic In JuneNintendo is giving video game lovers another chance to buy the company's wildly popular retro gaming console: the NES Classic.
65,000 Coffee Bean Cans Recalled For Lids That Can "Detach Suddenly"Coffee producer Illy has recalled 65,000 cans of their whole coffee beans after finding that the lids could burst off and injure customers.
Sears: Committee Explores Sale Of Kenmore, Other AssetsSears Holdings Corp. is considering selling its storied Kenmore brand along with other related assets.
Job Opportunities For Former North Texas Toys R Us EmployeesEntertainment destination Main Event says it's seeking "top talent" during a hiring event May 14-18.
Starbucks Changes Bathroom Policy Following Racial FirestormAfter the arrest of two African American men in Philadelphia, Starbucks is now opening its bathrooms to everyone regardless of whether they've made a purchase.
Report: AT&T Paid Trump Lawyer To Advise On Time Warner DealAT&T paid President Donald Trump's personal attorney, Michael Cohen, $600,000 for advice on its proposed purchase of Time Warner.