Small Businesses Hoping For PPP Loan Changes As $140B Remains UnusedSome businesses say the restriction on the loans have not allowed them to use the money in the way they need it.
Don't Get Burned: Read Fine Print Before Enrolling In Payment Assistance ProgramsContrary to the name, a "payment extension" does not extend a payment due date for TXU customers.
Nissan Posts $6.2 Billion Annual Net Loss, Will Cut Production Capacity By 20% And Close PlantNissan recorded a $6.2 billion loss in the year ended in March and committed on Thursday to slashing production capacity by 20%.
Is Reopening A Restaurant Worth It?Many restaurants are once again reopening for table service, but coronavirus has fundamentally changed the calculus of eating out.
Apple Reopening 5 North Texas Stores And Dozens Across The Nation This WeekApple plans to reopen 100 stores -- including 5 in North Texas -- this week as states begin to lift restrictions on businesses during the coronavirus outbreak.
Dallas-Based Tuesday Morning Files For Chapter 11 BankruptcyDallas-based discount goods retailer Tuesday Morning has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, becoming the third North Texas-based major retailer to do so since the coronavirus pandemic.
Texas Lottery Claim Centers Will Process Winners By Appointment Only Starting June 1The Texas Lottery Commission is preparing to reopen its claim centers, on an appointment only basis, on June 1 and when it does there will be new protocols in place.
Six Flags Announces Extensive New Safety Procedures As First Park Schedules June 5 ReopeningWhile Six Flags Over Texas and Six Flags Hurricane Harbor remain closed in North Texas due to the coronavirus pandemic, the company has released reopening plans for all of its 26 parks.
Dallas Restaurants, Bars Compete With Wet Weather, Coronavirus Concerns, Limited Capacity Memorial Day WeekendHeavy rain dampened some expectations, pushing some spots like The Rustic to pivot.
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.