Dow Jones Tops 30,000 For First Time Ever As Biden Transition Points To More Stable FutureThe Dow Jones crossed the 30,000 threshold for the first time ever Tuesday, fueled by news that suggests a more stable economy in the near future.
Dallas Restaurant Owner Russell Birk Says He's Eligible For PPP Loan To Be Forgiven"I'm excited that it was put in place because it was very helpful. Without that, I would have been out of business," said Russell Birk, owner of fast-casual restaurant Maya's Modern Mediterranean.
How Will COVID Affect Black Friday Sales? Stores 'Significantly Scaling Back,' Says ExpertBlack Friday, the biggest shopping day of the year, will look a little different in 2020, as COVID cases spike across the country.
North Texas City And Citizens Trying To Boost Small Businesses During Christmas Shopping Season"You see a lot of businesses that have gone under and a lot of businesses are struggling,” Colleyville resident Danielle Cooper said.
Fort Worth-Based American Is 1st U.S. Airline To Put Newly Cleared 737 Max Jets Back On ScheduleThey were grounded after two separate crashes that killed nearly 350 people, now the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration is putting Boeing’s 737 Max jets in the air again.
Stimulus Package Update: Politicians Still Can't Agree On Type Of Aid Or How Much To SpendDemocrats and Republicans agree on the need for a stimulus package, but disagree on specifics like stimulus checks and and the overall cost.
Jump In Hourly Wages For Home Depot Workers As Housing, DIY Markets FlourishWorkers at Home Depot locations in Texas and across the country will be getting a heftier paycheck as the housing market booms and the company passes on the wealth.
Dallas Sports Cards Shop Owner Says Industry In Midst Of Major ComebackCOVID-19 has been tough on many industries, but sports cards evidently isn't one of them.
As COVID-19 Cases Surge In Texas Walmart Begins Counting Customers Again, Limiting CapacityWalmart is again counting the number of customers at its stores as Texas leads the nation in the number of coronavirus cases -- at more than 1 million -- and the U.S. continues to hit daily highs.
Fort Worth's Frezko Taco Spot Shuts Down Dining Room Voluntarily As COVID-19 Cases Spike“It hurts us,” owner Eliazar Salinas said Friday. “But I really do want my staff to be safe. I really do want customers to be safe.”
Big Grocery Chains Look To Avoid Empty Shelves By Restricting Amount Of Same Items One Can BuyKroger is only allowing customers to buy two of certain items like toilet paper and disinfecting wipes, supplies that were flying off store shelves as people panicked earlier this year.
Stimulus Package Update: What Will A Biden Administration Mean For More Aid?Containing the COVID-19 pandemic and rebuilding the economy top the list for the incoming Biden administration, and a stimulus package will be a key component.
Bankruptcy Court Approves Sale Of JCPenneyPlano-based J.C. Penney is on course to emerge from bankruptcy by Thanksgiving, after a bankruptcy court approved its sale to its two largest landlords and its primary lenders.
GM Recalls 217K Vehicles To Fix Possible Transmission Leak That Could Stop Car Or Lead To FireHundreds of thousands of General Motors cars and SUVs are being recalled. This time concerns about the more than 217,000 vehicles in the U.S. and Canada center around possible transmission oil can leaks.
Pfizer's Possible COVID-19 Vaccine Breakthrough Causes Oil Prices To SkyrocketOil prices skyrocketed Monday after Pfizer revealed new coronavirus vaccine data that could offer hope to millions and clear some of the black clouds hovering over the energy industry.