Customers Support Nearly 70-Year-Old Dallas Store Shredded By Tornado: 'We Had A Lot Of Memories Here'The twister may not erase any of the memories here, but it sure did a number on the store that's been in Jon Pinkus' family since 1951.
'Continued Uncertainty' Has Southwest, American Airlines Pushing Back Return Of Boeing 737 Max AgainThe airlines are monitoring information from Boeing and the FAA about software improvements and pilot-training that will be part of returning the plane to flight.
New Federal Guidelines For Social Media Influencers: Must Disclose Paid EndorsementsThe statute aims to help consumers avoid misleading advertisements, while keeping influencers honest about the products they recommend.
Some North Texas Renters Unable To Cut Cable TV: 'We Should Not Be Forced To Pay For Something We Cannot Afford'Agreements that automatically charge residents for technology packages are becoming a fixture at certain rental properties.
Juul Labs Stop Sale Of Mint Pods In The USIn light of studies released this week relating to the 2019 National Youth Tobacco Survey and Monitoring the Future survey, JUUL Labs’ CEO K.C. Crosthwaite announced that the company will immediately stop accepting orders for mint pods in the United States.
Frisco Leaders Hope New Amazon Store Will Lure Shoppers, Boost City RevenuesIt’s the company’s sixth store in the U.S. and the only one in Texas.
Google Steps Into Crowded Wearables Field - Buys Fitbit For $2.1BGoogle's parent company is acquiring FitBit. For about $2.1 billion Google is wading into the crowded field of smartwatches and fitness technology.
Striking Workers At General Motors Plant In Arlington Approve Contract DealStriking workers at the General Motors factory with the most employees -- in Arlington, Texas -- have approved a new contract with the company.
Southwest Airlines 3rd Quarter Profits Spike Despite Grounding Of 737 Max JetsSouthwest Airlines is holding its own through the grounding of its Boeing 737 Max aircraft fleet, reporting a 7% jump in profits.
ExxonMobil's Climate-Change Accounting Goes On TrialA trial is underway to establish whether Exxon Mobil, the largest U.S. fossil fuel company, lied to investors about the cost of carbon emissions to its business.
Boeing Replaces Executive Kevin McAllister Who Oversaw 737 MaxKevin McAllister is being replaced by Stanley Deal. Deal is currently head of Boeing Global Services which has its headquarters at Legacy West in Plano, Texas.
Just In Time For Christmas, The Toys 'R' Us Brand Is Being Revived Online At TargetKids don't have to grow up this holiday season, because the Toys "R" Us brand is getting a restart online.
Southwest Airlines Pilots Association Sues Boeing Over Grounding Of 737 MAXThe Southwest Airlines Pilots Association filed a lawsuit against Boeing for "deliberately misleading the organization and its pilots about the 737 MAX aircraft."
GM-UAW Contract Talks Hit Snag; Union Official Says Settlement Not NearUnited Auto Workers with General Motors have been on strike for 21 days and now a union official says contract talks have taken a turn for the worse.
In Dallas, Ivanka Trump, Google's CEO Sundar Pichai Announce Expansion Of High-Tech Training ProgramIvanka Trump watched as Google's CEO Sundar Pichai signed a White House pledge to provide 250,000 training and education opportunities during the next five years.