Facebook Launches A News Section - And Will Pay PublishersFacebook plans to pay for news headlines — reportedly millions of dollars in some cases.
Report: Boy Scouts Of America Considering BankruptcyThe Irving-based Boy Scouts of America is considering bankruptcy as sexual abuse lawsuits pile up, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
WSJ Report: UT Courting Tillerson To Be Next ChancellorThe sources said Tillerson is open to the opportunity of leading the University of Texas System, one of the largest in U.S. higher education.
Dallas Has Fighting Chance To Host Amazon's Second HQIt looks like Dallas has a fighting chance to be Amazon's choice for its second headquarters in the US.
Job Seekers Asked To Reveal SAT Scores Decades LaterAccording to a Wall Street Journal article, some companies screen the SAT results of prospective employees even decades after the standardized test was originally taken.
Report: RadioShack To Close Hundreds Of StoresFort Worth-based Radioshack is closing more than 10 percent of its stores.
Jeff Ray: New iPad Illustrates Shift In Middle Class JobsBecause of the iPad, a real estate agent can use the tablet to close contracts. A medical sales rep can stop carrying around catalogs of products. An architect has stopped using blueprints. This is what businessmen and women in the middle class can now do because of the iPad.
Waterless Fracking Method Targets Natural Gas Industry's GazeAs debates over hydraulic fracturing wage on, a Canadian company has developed a way to frack without using millions of gallons of water. GasFrac uses a propane gel instead of the treasured natural substance. Now the obstacle is getting the industry on board.
Blockbuster Ready To File For Chapter 11
WSJ: FAA Ready To Fine American Airlines