George Laughlin, CEO Of Company That Owns Kidd Kraddick Morning Show, Charged With Child Sexual AbuseLaughlin turned himself in to police on Tuesday and bonded out immediately.
Counseling Center CEO To Open Denton Safe House For Male Victims Of Sex TraffickingThe CEO of Ranch Hands Rescue Counseling Center and Animal Sanctuary in Denton has announced his plan to open a safe house that will exclusively cater to male victims of sex trafficking.
Toyota North American CEO Jim Lentz To Retire After 38 YearsToyota's top executive in North America is retiring in April.
Dallas Charter School CEO Donna Woods Convicted In Kickback Scheme, Then Returns To SchoolFormer Nova Academy CEO Donna Woods, 65, faces up to 80 years in prison after a jury earlier this month found the school administrator guilty of multiple counts of fraud.
President Of Dallas Beverage Company Indicted For Obstruction Of JusticeThe President of EarthWater Limited, a Dallas-based beverage company, was charged in an indictment with obstructing justice in connection with an ongoing federal investigation.
Jason’s Deli Founder Joe Tortorice Jr. Dies At 70A Jason's Deli statement says Joe Tortorice Jr., founder and chairman of the board, died from cancer Saturday at age 70.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport Adding 6th Terminal For $3BDallas/Fort Worth International Airport confirmed it plans to build a 6th terminal at the airport that will open by 2025. 
Of All The Gin Joints... Flight Attendant Accidentally Drops Drinks On American CEOAn American Airlines flight attendant made a heck of an impression on one VIP passenger recently.
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.
Former Southwest Airlines CEO James Parker Passes AwayThe former CEO of Southwest Airlines, a Dallas-based company, passed away Saturday night. 
NHL Union: Stars CEO Out Of Line Blasting Seguin, BennLeaders of the NHL Players' Association say comments from Dallas Stars CEO Jim Lites were "reckless and insulting" after Lites went on expletive-laden rants criticizing two high-priced players.