Texas Small Businesses Hurt By Coronavirus Closures, Cancellations Eligible For Low-Interest Disaster Loans"Small businesses are the foundation of our state’s economy and they need all the help they can get..." said Governor Abbott.
North Texas Restaurants Finding Ways To Stay In Business During PandemicSome painted, “We’re Open” on the windows. Others posted signs advertising discounts and alcohol delivery.
Changing the World, One Sandwich at a Time.
Dallas Mavericks, Mark Cuban To Reimburse Employees Who Buy From Small Businesses For Breakfast, LunchThe Dallas Mavericks and Mark Cuban are continuing to pay it forward to support those affected by the concerns over the coronavirus outbreak.
Area Businesses That Rely On Big Events, Big Crowds Concerned About Impact Of Coronavirus CancellationsWhen Dickies Arena draws a crowd, Taco Heads restaurant across the street sees a bump in business. “Twenty five-percent, if not more,” said manager James Seals.
Asian Restaurants In North Texas Feeling Impact Of Coronavirus FearsThe CDC reports currently, there is no evidence to support the coronavirus can be transmitted through imported goods.
Small North Texas Business Owners Hope For Big Sales This WeekendSmall business owners are hoping for big sales this weekend as the holiday shopping season officially begins — and it's crucial, especially since there are less than four weeks until Christmas.
Counterfeit Cash Found In Denton County Sheriff’s Office Parking LotThe Denton County Sheriff’s Office is urging businesses to remain vigilant when accepting cash after two phony $100 bills were found in their parking lot.
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.