Blazing fast home Internet service is headed straight for Sherman and Denison. Earlier this month, both cities and Cable ONE announced that Sherman and Denison will be able to lay claim to the title “Gig city” with the 2016 launch of GigaONE, Cable ONE’s new gigabit service.
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NEW YORK - U.S. stocks slipped following the Standard & Poor’s 500 index’s best weekly rally this year, as gains in consumer companies were overshadowed by a retreat in Allergan Plc and Pfizer Inc. amid their record $160 billion merger deal.
For anyone who does not have access to a retirement savings plan at work, the U.S. Treasury Department has launched a new type of retirement account that carries no fees, that is guaranteed to never decline in value and that allows account owners to withdraw the money they put in at any time without tax or penalty.
Powdered versions of mojitos, margaritas and strawberry daiquiris could reach Texas liquor store shelves as soon as next year.
Kiplinger Personal Finance has once again spotlighted Sherman and the surrounding areas as a great place for people looking to retire.
Southwest Airlines and one of its employee unions have averted what could have been a disaster for passengers at airports during the busiest time of Thanksgiving travel.
NEW YORK - Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. is willing to sweeten its $28 billion takeover offer for Norfolk Southern Corp. and is “going to do everything we can” to court the U.S. carrier’s shareholders, Chief Executive Officer Hunter Harrison said.
PALO ALTO, Calif. — Tesla Motors on Friday issued a voluntary recall of nearly 90,000 Model S electric sedans after one driver reported a faulty front seat belt.
About seven years ago, Suzette Dooley moved to Sherman from Alaska to take care of her mother and to work on the family ranch. Once the daily work at the ranch was done, Dooley needed something for herself. She wanted to be creative.
The nation’s largest health insurer, UnitedHealth Group, said Thursday that it is retreating from efforts to attract customers for the coming year in insurance exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act - and may withdraw from the marketplaces altogether in 2017.