McKinney Businesses Welcome Mask Mandate, Brace For Unhappy Customers“If I had a dollar for every business that said, ‘Please, please mandate masks,” said McKinney Mayor George Fuller.
Retailers Caught In Middle As Some Customers Throw Tantrums Over Masks Mandate During PandemicThe increasingly hostile pushback from customers who rebuff the face covering requirements are putting business owners in a no-win position.
'It's Your Constitutional Right To Stay Open,' Texas Bar & Nightclub Alliance Suing StateIn a Facebook post, the organization called Gov. Abbott's executive order, "irresponsible and shameful."
Looking For Work? McDonald's Delivers 1,800 Jobs To North TexasMcDonald’s restaurants are expecting to hire approximately 260,000 restaurant employees this summer, including 1,800 in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Pharmaceutical Company's $2,340 Price For Coronavirus Drug Draws CriticismThe maker of a drug shown to shorten recovery time for severely ill COVID-19 patients says it will charge $2,340 for a typical treatment course.
Oil & Gas Fracking Giant Chesapeake Energy Files For Bankruptcy ProtectionChesapeake Energy, a global energy powerhouse known in North Texas for its pioneer drilling in the Barnett Shale, has filed for bankruptcy protection.
American Airlines To Begin Booking Flights At Full Capacity Next WeekAmerican Airlines will start booking flights to full capacity next week as COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to surge.
Microsoft To Permanently Close All Its Retail Stores, 2 Were In North TexasMicrosoft said Friday it is permanently closing nearly all of its physical stores around the world, including two in North Texas.
Macy's Announces Management And Other Staff LayoffsRetailing giant Macy's announced staff reductions today that will affect management and workers across various levels of its organization.
'You Have To Be In It For The Long Haul,' Says Job Search Expert On Finding Work During Economic CrisisThe job market isn't hopeless, and the job seeker isn't helpless... experts give advice on how to find a job during this economic downturn.
Half Of American Professionals Afraid To Return To The Office Because Of COVID-19Steps being taken to protect workers has done little to quell employees' anxiety over returning to the office amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Target Raising Minimum Wage Pay For Workers To $15 An HourThe new permanent pay rate will take effect July 5. The increased wage applies to some 275,000 part-time and full-time workers.
Major Airlines Bar In-Flight Alcohol Sales Due To CoronavirusA growing number of U.S. airlines -- including Fort Worth-based American Airlines and Dallas-based Southwest Airlines -- are temporarily suspending their in-flight alcohol service in a move to limit human interaction.
Texas City Prepares Incentive Package As Rumors Swell That Tesla Will Open Another U.S. FactoryJust over six months ago, Tesla only had one factory turning out cars. It could soon have as many as five -- with one of those possibly in Texas.
Dallas-Based Convenience Store Chain Cancels 7-Eleven Day For First Time In Nearly 20 YearsIt's a day filled with food discounts and free Slurpee drinks, but 7-Eleven Day won't be happening this year -- at least not the way it usually does.