Dick's Sporting Goods Considering Getting Out Of the "Hunt" Business, Stopping Gun SalesDick's, one of the country's biggest gun retailers, has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business.
City Leaders Approve Incentives To Drive 2nd Uber Headquarters To DallasIncentives include a five-year property tax abatement on the site which would be on Pacific Avenue next to the Deep Ellum DART station.
Potential Uber Expansion In Dallas Topic Of City Council Meeting TodayOfficials with Uber are eyeing the city of Dallas as a location for a new office that would employ thousands of people.
United Airlines Ups "Bottle-To-Throttle" Policy For Pilots To 12 Hours Before FlightsBig changes for some pilots before heading to the cockpit. United Airlines has made its preflight alcohol-use policy more stringent.
North Texas Tow Truck Driver At Center Of Ones For Justice Investigation Arrested For Trying To Tow Car With Family InsideEuless Police said Sami Aziz tried towing a car that was occupied by a 7-year-old, a 9-year-old and their mother.
Counterfeit Bills Have Some Burned Dallas Business Owners Taking Extra Measures When Accepting CashCustomers at Urban Market who pay with cash better be ready for the scanner, the sharpie and a lot of suspicion from owner Gerry Knaus.
Low Trading Price Could Get JC Penney Kicked Off New York Stock ExchangePlano-based J.C. Penney Co. is being warned that its stock could be removed from the New York Stock Exchange for trading below $1 for too long.
500 Pizza Huts Could Close In Next 2 Years, CEO SaysPizza Hut operates nearly 7,500 restaurants across the country.
Sears Closing In Hurst's North East MallLiquidation sales are set to begin Thursday, August 15 with the store expected to close in October.
FedEx Absolutely, Positively Cuts Ties With AmazonYou may absolutely, positively get your Amazon order overnight, but it won't be from FedEx.
Southwest Extends Boeing 737 Max Cancellations, Pulls Out Of Newark AirportSouthwest Airlines has become the first airline to say it won't fly the Boeing 737 Max aircraft again until next year.
Nissan Set To Cut 12,500 Jobs As Profits PlungeNissan is slashing 12,500 jobs to cut costs as profits tumble and sales continue at a weak pace.
Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg Says Company May Suspend Max ProductionThe 737 Max has been grounded since March after two deadly crashes.
JC Penney Responds To Investors' Debt Restructuring ConcernsPlano-based J.C. Penney says it hasn't hired any advisers to prepare for an in-court restructuring or bankruptcy.
Boeing Predicts $5.6 Billion Loss Over Grounded 737 Max JetsBoeing says it is booking a $4.9 billion charge to cover possible compensation to airlines that have canceled thousands of flights since the 737 Max jet was grounded.