ST. LOUIS — Less quirk, more luxury is the business model of Industrious Office, a co-working space developer that is expanding to several cities, including St. Louis.
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The price power plants sell electricity for is at a two-year low, raising further questions around an industry that has watched profits erode over the past five years.
Texas regained its role last year as the nation’s top job creator.
LOS ANGELES — Fender’s curvy Stratocasters, Telecasters and Jazz Basses have been must-have features of guitar shop walls for decades.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks fell Wednesday, sending the Dow Jones industrial average to its biggest two-day loss in a year, as energy shares plunged and concern grew about international risks to the American economy and weakness in multinational earnings.
Texas Instruments Inc.’s revenue is growing again.
PITTSBURGH — Stephanie Bane would appreciate if it people would stop tossing insulting labels around about millennials.
Texas factory output flattened out in January, as dropping oil prices began to leave their mark on the state’s manufacturing sector, according to a monthly report released Monday by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.
One of Collin County’s largest developments is starting a major expansion.
Construction crews worked to place the walls of Emerson Process Management’s Sherman plant expansion Tuesday afternoon. The manufacturing company in south Sherman is hiring 22 new employees as part of an $8 million upgrade to its Fisher Controls production line, which creates industrial-strength valves for the energy sector and other producers.