BELLS — Grayson County Speedway’s new ower, Frank Rose, said he started his career in racing at the very track he now owns. When he had the opportunity in December to buy the track from its previous owners, he seized it.
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SAGINAW — Rancher Pete Bonds likes what he sees of the rain so far in 2015.
Dallas-Fort Worth added more new residents than almost anywhere else in the U.S. in the latest population estimates.
Many Texans are reaping the benefit of the state’s fast pace of job growth over the last few years with higher personal income and wages.
Francis C. Rooney Jr., whose leadership of H.H. Brown Shoe Co. prompted Warren Buffett to buy the Massachusetts manufacturer in 1991 for Berkshire Hathaway, has died. He was 93.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks fell for a fourth day on Thursday, the longest losing streak since January, as declines in consumer and transportation companies overshadowed a rebound in technology shares.
PHILADELPHIA — Diane Dilemani, 58, is founder of Beautiart Soaps, an all-natural, handcrafted-soaps boutique company she just launched online. Dilemani is a former makeup artist and retail beauty specialist with more than 20 years’ experience in the beauty and skin-care industry.
In response to complaints from big businesses about Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s tax-cut package, small businesses have sent a straightforward rejoinder in a letter to Patrick and the Texas Senate: cut away.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks fell Wednesday, sending the Nasdaq composite index down the most in 11 months, as a selloff in semiconductors spread to the broader market.
PITTSBURGH — Kraft Foods Group investors drove up the Illinois company’s stock more than 35 percent on Wednesday on hopes that H.J. Heinz CEO Bernardo Hees and his employers — Brazilian investment firm 3G Capital and iconic investor Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway — can boost Kraft’s bottom line the same way they did with the Pittsburgh company.