When Ross Perot brought EDS to Plano in the early 1980′s, it served as a magnet for other major companies. Today, the city continues to attract even more business.
Visitors, business owners and residents along West 7th Street are bracing for five months of traffic congestion, construction noise and delays. The 7th Street bridge will be closed until the fall.
Cellphone pioneer Motorola is opening a Texas manufacturing facility that will create 2,000 new jobs and produce the first smartphone ever assembled in the U.S.
Harold Hamilton’s property is in the Stop Six neighborhood, an area in need of revitalization. Hamilton is hoping to open some doors of opportunity for his son.
Lots of optimism coming from the Discovery Gardens at Dallas Fair Park where Mayor Mike Rawlings outlined his vision for the second year of Grow South, a plan to revitalize Dallas’ Southern Sector.
J.C. Penney Co.’s first-quarter revenue fell yet again and the struggling department store operator is pointing fingers at prior leadership
For one Dallas librarian, education was clearly the key to succeeding professionally.
Denton joined the growing list of North Texas cities to ban smoking. But local businesses are allowed some breathing room to comply with the ordinance.
Gov. Rick Perry is backing $1.6 billion in business tax cuts, even though he concedes it may mean tapping Texas’ once-untouchable cash reserves.
A grim anniversary is looming; next week will be the one year since a tornado ripped through North Texas and hit Lancaster especially hard.
The widely-expected decision by Judge Sean H. Lane helps clear the way for the two carriers form the world’s biggest airline, with 6,700 daily flights and annual revenue of roughly $40 billion.
The word from J.C. Penney’s Chief Financial Officer Ken Hannah: neither he nor CEO Ron Johnson have plans to resign despite a growing chorus of critics calling for a management shake-up as they lose faith in a turnaround strategy.