Southwest Will Continue Limiting The Number Of Seats Sold On Passenger Flights Through JulySouthwest Airlines has been practicing social distancing since the coronavirus pandemic began spreading around the globe and the company recently announced that they'll continue to do so into the summer.
Johnson & Johnson To Discontinue Sales Of Talc-Based Baby Powder In U.S.After facing thousands of lawsuits alleging the powder contains asbestos, Johnson & Johnson announced that it is ending sales of its talc-based baby powder in the U.S.
Fort Worth-Based Pier 1 To Go Out Of Business, Close All 540 StoresThe Fort Worth-based company said Tuesday that it was unable to find a buyer for its business after filing for bankruptcy protection earlier this year.
Fort Worth Zoo To Reopen With New Restrictions May 29In a statement released Tuesday, zoo officials said they are opening with a number of health and safety measures in place for the protection of guests and staff.
As Airlines Recover During Pandemic, Southwest Airlines Posts Modest Revenue ImprovementWhile revenues for Dallas-based Southwest Airlines were down some 95 percent in April, officials with the company say demand for air travel is picking up.
Dallas Salon Owner Shelley Luther Travels To Michigan To Back Defiant BarberDallas salon owner Shelley Luther, who was sent to jail for opening her business during the coronavirus outbreak, is publicly supporting a Michigan barber whose license was suspended.
Dallas Code Compliance Issues 5,782 Notices Of Coronavirus Violations, Writes Only 32 CitationsAccording to city records, code compliance officers have looked into 20,363 cases since April.
Shortly After Filing For Bankruptcy, JC Penney Announces Plan To Close More Than 240 StoresPlano-based J.C. Penney will close almost 30% of its 846 stores as part of a restructuring under bankruptcy protection.
'There's Only One Bill To Prioritize -- Everything Else Is Negotiable': CBS Analyst Explains How To Navigate Outstanding Balances On Limited FundsJill Schlesinger, certified financial planner and CBS News business analyst, looks at how to devise a game plan for paying bills when money is tight.
North Texans Among Americans Who Are Now Working From Their Cars, And Loving ItOne Fort Worth business owner has had some strange visitors at his new mobile office -- deer, antelopes, rattlesnakes and a mother goose and her goslings.
Plano-Based JCPenney Files For BankruptcyJCPenney filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Friday, becoming the latest retail casualty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Tensions Rise As Texas Governor Greg Abbott Prepares To Lift More COVID-19 RulesOn the cusp of even more COVID-19 restrictions ending Monday, including gyms cleared to reopen, a political confrontation is growing over attempts by big cities to keep some guardrails.
Why Horrific Unemployment Numbers Made The Stock Market RiseThe stock market reacted positively to the recent record unemployment numbers, which suggests a strong economic comeback, but be wary.
When Six Flags Reopens Guests Will Have To Make Reservations To Get In The ParksWhile Six Flags has not determined when theme parks will open after coronavirus stay-at-home orders are lifted, they have come up with a plan to prevent overcrowding -- reservations.
McDonald's Outlines Safety Measures For Eating In Its RestaurantsWhen McDonald's reopens dine-in areas at its restaurants, customers will find workers in masks and gloves, some seating blocked off, and children's play spaces closed.