After Outcry Walmart Making 'Every Effort' To Keep Disabled GreetersWalmart is pledging to make "every effort" to find other roles for disabled workers whose "people greeter" jobs are being eliminated at 1,000 stores.
Amazon Dumps NYC Headquarters, But Won't Be Moving To North Texas Or Anywhere ElseAfter passing on a bid to build in North Texas, Amazon abruptly dropped plans Thursday for a big new headquarters in New York.
Exxon: Beaumont Expansion Project To Create 1,850 JobsExxonMobil will build a new unit at its refinery in Beaumont that it says will create up to 1,850 jobs during construction and between 40 and 60 permanent jobs once completed.
WeWork Opening Space In Sundance Square Next YearWeWork says it currently provides more than 320,000 members around the world with space, community, and services.
Not Just A Cup Of Joe, New Texas Starbucks Serving Up Opportunities For Young PeopleThe new Starbucks "community store" on West Camp Wisdom Road in Oak Cliff will not only serve up drinks and food, but connect local youth with education and employment opportunities.
Amazon To Split Second HQ Between New York And VirginiaNorth Texas has apparently lost out -- a person familiar with the plans say Amazon will split its second headquarters between New York and Virginia.
Amazon Mum On Reports It Will Split New HeadquartersAmazon isn't commenting on reports that it plans to split its new headquarters between facilities in two cities rather than choosing just one.
With Employers Eager To Fill Jobs, Hiring Could Stay StrongBusinesses, hungry for workers, are advertising a record number of openings.
US Economy Added A Strong 201,000 Jobs In AugustThe unemployment rate stayed at a historically low 3.9%.
'Cosby Show' Actor Geoffrey Owens Thankful For Support About Grocery Store JobGeoffrey Owens, an actor who was a regular on "The Cosby Show," said he's thankful for the support he has received since photos of him working at a grocery store showed up on news sites.
Texas Unemployment Rate For July Remains At 4 PercentThe Texas unemployment rate stood at 4 percent for the second consecutive month, just a tick below the national jobless figure of 4.1 percent.