The Department of Defense has awarded a $3.4 billion contract to Lockheed Martin Aeronautics to build fighter planes for the U.S. military and also foreign services.
Irving-based smart phone company Blackberry has agreed to sell.
Xerox announced Monday that it will open a customer service operations center in Austin to process more than 8 million monthly toll transactions while managing 750,000-plus accounts.
BlackBerry says it will lay off 4,500 employees, or 40 percent of its global workforce, as it reports a nearly $1 billion second-quarter loss in a surprise early release of earnings results.
Norman Alan Cohen fell in love with the printing press, and became successful in surviving the rapidly changing industry.
Luxury retailer Neiman Marcus Inc. is reportedly in talks to be bought by Los Angeles-based asset manager Ares Management LLP and the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board for more than $6 billion.
Members of UAW 218 walked off their jobs at Bell Helicopter in Fort Worth Friday morning starting a strike over overtime, pensions and health care costs.
For a fee of 10% of the costs of entering a league (average $50-100 per sport, per year), FantasySportsInsurance.com insures a roster’s top players. Injured players or those with a high risk of getting injured aren’t available for insurance.
Nokia still isn’t commenting on what will happen to the 150 employees at its U.S. Headquarters in Irving.
California-based grocer Trader Joe’s announced on Wednesday its plans to open another North Texas location in Southlake.
The move comes two weeks after Ackman resigned from J.C. Penney’s board as part of a deal to resolve an unusually public battle between the activist investor and the struggling department store operator.
We know the merger between American Airlines and US Airways is being delayed from next month until at least the end of the year.