Former North Texas Loan Officer Sentenced To 10 Years For Bank FraudA former loan officer in North Texas has been sentenced to 10 years in prison and must repay more than $2 million after pleading guilty to bank fraud.
Amazon Dumps NYC Headquarters, But Won't Be Moving To North Texas Or Anywhere ElseAfter passing on a bid to build in North Texas, Amazon abruptly dropped plans Thursday for a big new headquarters in New York.
Developer Set To Reinvent Frisco's Hall ParkFor more than 20 years now, Hall Park in Frisco has set itself apart with its flair for public art. But now, developer Craig Hall has plans to reimagine it.
Dubai Amusement Park Developer Abandons Six Flags ProjectA massive amusement park in Dubai says it is abandoning plans to build a $454-million Six Flags.
Southwest Completes Test Flight From California To HawaiiSouthwest has applied for FAA certification to fly to Honolulu and three other Hawaiian destinations from Oakland, San Jose, San Diego and Sacramento in California.
Fort Worth Fighting To Keep Bikes And Beer SeparateA city council member has filed a protest with the state over an alcohol permit application from a motorcycle repair business.
Shares Of AT&T Slide As More Leave For Satellite, Streaming TVOn Wednesday Dallas-based wireless and entertainment giant AT&T Inc. reported big subscriber declines in its TV division.
Nissan Says It's 'Cooperating Fully' With Inquiry By SECNissan Motor Co. said Monday it has received an inquiry from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
Southwest Airlines Ending Flights To Mexico City In MarchDallas-based Southwest Airlines is dropping service to Mexico City this spring and will use the financial resources to bolster other routes.
Texas Health Resources Laying Off Hundreds Of WorkersTexas Health said it's taking a long-term view of its operations and continued service to the community.
UNT Dallas Taking Learning Beyond Classroom To Connect Students To Career SuccessUniversity leaders say 71 percent of UNT Dallas students are first-generation college scholars, but University President Bob Mong says their students respond well to "pathway opportunities."
Coffee At Your Door, Starbucks Rolls Out Delivery Service Through Uber EatsStarbucks is expanding its delivery service to more than half a dozen U.S. cities.