Texas Strip Club Owner Got $5.4 Million From Paycheck Protection ProgramThe owner of one of the largest chains of strip clubs in the country, Houston-based Rick's Cabaret, as well as a chain of military-themed sports bars, got $5.4 million from the government's small business coronavirus relief fund.
Coronavirus In Texas: Crisis Taking Toll On Small Businesses: 'It's Really Hard To Pay The Lease When I Can't Work'A photography studio owner in McKinney said not only can’t she operate right now, her landlord locked her out five days after her rent was due.
1 Million Kids Suffer ID Theft, So Parents BewareHave you checked your child's credit report lately? You may want to. More than 1 million children had their identities stolen in 2017.
US 30-Year Average Mortgage Rate Rises To 4.13 PercentLong-term U.S. mortgage rates climbed for the sixth straight week in the aftermath of Donald Trump's election win, marking new highs for the year.
Customers Worked Over By Now Defunct Massage SpaMore than a half dozen customers of Massage City in Allen contacted CBS11 accusing the owner of collecting thousands of dollars for expensive massages, then going out of business without warning.
Renovation Solutions: Ways To Fund A RemodelStop dreaming and make your renovation a reality. Here are a few ways to find the funds to remodel your home.
Tips On Auto Financing If You Have Poor CreditEasy credit and longer-term loans currently being offered at auto dealerships can make buying an expensive car alluring, but don't get reeled in.
Dallas Serving Up Cash For South Dallas, BBQ Restaurant ExpansionTwo Podners Barbeque and Seafood has found success at its South Dallas location and now the City of Dallas is helping the owners to grow that success.
Ex-Adviser: Young Needed Loan For $300,000 PartyThe former financial adviser for ex-NFL quarterback Vince Young says he arranged a seven-figure loan for Young during the 2011 lockout because the player wanted to throw himself a $300,000 birthday party.
More student loans boost consumer credit $11.4BAmericans took out more student and auto loans in September to boost consumer borrowing to a record level. But they cut back on credit card borrowing, a sign many remain cautious about taking on high-interest debt.
Fort Worth Small Business Administration Hiring Loan OfficersThe insurance claims from Superstorm Sandy are pouring in and so are the loan requests. The U.S. Small Business Administration's Office of Disaster Assistance in Fort Worth is looking to hire more than 100 loan officers.
Customers Turn To Online Pawn Shop For Quick CashWhen Damion Pugh needed money fast, his Breitling watch gave him a bright idea. Instead of going to a pawn shop, Pugh used Pawngo –– a web based pawn service.
Another Payday Lending Reform Bill Waits For Governor PerryA payday lending reform bill, dealing with limited state regulation of the industry for the first time, is already sitting on Governor Perry’s desk. Now, a second bill, calling for full disclosure of all of the loan terms, is headed his way.
State Lawmakers Debate Payday Loan Company RegulationSome payday lenders say they will leave the state if new regulations are passed. There are several proposed Senate bills that would put limits on interest rates and fees charged by the lenders.
Experts: Rapid Rescoring May Help Save Damaged Credit ScoresExperts offer advice for those who watched their credit score nosedive.