Expert: UAW Strike Has Cost GM $1B; Forced Mexican Plant ClosureA JP Morgan analyst says the 16-day strike by the United Auto Workers Union has cost General Motors about $1 billion.
UPS Gets Approval Will Become 1st American Company To Run Drone AirlineWhat can brown do for you? Apparently, deliver your package by drone. UPS says it has won government approval to run a drone airline.
Low-Price Fashion Store Forever 21 Files For Chapter 11 BankruptcyIt was once a hot destination for teen shoppers, but fashion chain Forever 21 has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
Southwest Airlines Expanding Air Service To Hawaii Ahead Of ScheduleDallas-based Southwest Airlines expects to soon more than quadruple its daily number of seats flying into and between the Hawaiian islands.
DoorDash Data Breach Exposes Nearly 5 Million AccountsDoorDash, the popular food-delivery startup, announced that nearly 5 million accounts have been hacked.
Thousands Already Calling New American Airlines Fort Worth Headquarters HomeThe new American Airlines headquarters campus in Fort Worth will eventually have eight main sections and be home to 12,000 workers.
Hey Google, Get Me A Job! McDonald's Using Virtual Assistants To Help With HiringMcDonald's Corp. will let job seekers start an application by using voice commands with Amazon's Alexa or Google's Assistant.
Gunmaker Colt Suspends Production Of AR-15 Rifles For Civilian Market 'Due To Shift In Demand'The company said it will focus instead on fulfilling contracts with military and police customers for rifles.
Khao Noodle Shop In Dallas Makes Bon Appétit's 2019 Hot 10 ListBon Appétit magazine has come out with their list of the country's 10 best new restaurants... spoiler alert a Dallas eatery is in the Top 2.
Governor Greg Abbott Heading To Japan, South Korea On Economic Development MissionThe city of Dallas' Office of Economic Development, Dallas Regional Chamber and Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce will have representatives on the trip.
Ford Recalls 300K+ Explorer SUVs Due To Sharp Seat Frame EdgeThere was a recall in late August for seat back strength problems, now Ford is recalling more than 300,000 of its 2017 Ford Explorer vehicles because of a sharp seat frame edge.