Counterfeit Bills Have Some Burned Dallas Business Owners Taking Extra Measures When Accepting CashCustomers at Urban Market who pay with cash better be ready for the scanner, the sharpie and a lot of suspicion from owner Gerry Knaus.
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.
Chi Omega Christmas Market Returns To Fair Park: 'This Is The Big One'A decades-old Christmas market returns to Dallas Wednesday night, defying the conventional wisdom that customers would rather buy online.
Fort Worth Man Opens Mobile Coffee Shop On Tricycle"They call me the pedalista barista," said Stuart Reed, 28.
Business Owner Says Square Holding More Than $7,000 Of His MoneyA North Texas man is worried his small business may not survive because his credit card processing company is holding more than $7,000 of his money.
New Questions About Appraisal Process For Tarrant County BusinessesA big tax bill from Tarrant County threatened an Arlington man's garage door repair business. "Do I close the business? Do I say 'they finally got me'?"
Yelp Accused Of Hiding Positive Reviews For Non-AdvertiserBob Sinnott of Toasted Coffee + Kitchen in Lower Greenville said after months of non-stop phone calls from Yelp, he claims his favorable rating dropped after he finally told the company he would not pay for advertising.
Small Food Makers Wonder About Amazon-Whole Foods ImpactAmong the many questions being asked about Amazon's intended purchase of Austin-based Whole Foods is one from small and medium-sized food manufacturers: How might this deal affect me?
Robots Take Over Tedious Chore: Mowing LawnsDallas lawn care startup, Robin has installed 50 robotic lawnmowers in North Texas, with plans to roll out 50 to 100 more every month.
Deep Ellum Clothing Shop Shutting Down As Area Makes ComebackA long-time retail shop owner in Deep Ellum feels she is getting kicked to the curb now that the entertainment district is making a comeback. The price of progress.
'Buy Local' Buzz A Boost To Small BusinessesThe season is especially critical for small businesses like Mary Bowen’s 'Hipster Baby,’ a new boutique store that opened just two weeks ago in Richardson’s Creeks Plaza shopping center.
New OT Rules Force Hard Choices On Small BusinessesThe government's new rules requiring overtime pay for millions of workers have small business owners facing some hard choices. The rules issued by the Labor Department on Wednesday take effect on December 1.
Presidential Election Makes Small Business Owners WaryUncertainty about the approaching presidential election is leading small business owners to take a wait-and-see approach to the economy and their companies, a survey published Tuesday shows.
Work From Home? Learn About The Home Office Deduction Before Filing Your TaxesIf you work from home, then it's very important that you know and understand how the home office deduction works. Here is a quick look at how the deduction works and when you can take it.
Internet Sales Leave Some Small North Texas Businesses StrugglingNearly a week after black Friday sales started, some retailers in Collin County are still seeing red -- in terms of revenue. But struggling small businesses are hoping to turn that red into green.