Fort Worth outgrew city hall years ago. It now spends a million dollars a year to rent office space in other buildings. That money could go to buying the post office.
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.
Dresses from Cache, Alfred Angelo, and White House/Black Market can easily go for around $100 at the mall, but at Goodwill’s prom sale they’ll be up for grabs from between $5 and $25.
After losing big money and customers, Plano-based JC Penney is touching up its plans for a total makeover.
Hostess previously picked Flowers Foods as the buyer for Wonder and other major bread brands; no competing offers were made in that case either. The sale of the breads and Twinkies still need to be approved in bankruptcy court on March 19.
You’ll find racks and racks of clothes, shelves full of toys and dozens of strollers – all marked down to a great price. The savings are being offered by an organization that helps local families find what they need and sell what they don’t.
Children’s clothes, toys and care items are up for grabs this week at a unique sale in Mansfield.
It’s a bi-annual event that no North Texas shopoholic would miss. Tonight kicks off the Fashion Industry Gallery (FIG) Finale sale.
Not all North Texas shoppers are waiting for Black Friday. Some of them are beating the rush and saving money in the process.
Black Friday is still more than three days away, but some people in west Dallas have already set up tents in front of a Best Buy store. The question is “why?”
Many companies such as Target, Burlington Coat factory, Foot locker and Walmart are just a few of the merchants that are still actively participating in ‘back to school’ specials.
“You hire someone you trust, and you think they are going to take the best care of it and that didn’t happen.”