How, exactly, did an entire store’s worth of domestic odds and ends, culled from old homes in New England, end up in North Texas?
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As Silicon Valley’s biggest companies continue to reveal some fairly embarrassing truths about their workplace diversity — or rather, their lack thereof — Facebook this week pulled back the curtain on what it’s doing about them: It made its retooled internal diversity training public. But it also announced that other companies may freely use and adapt the training themselves.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks were little changed Thursday as better- than-estimated earnings from Mondelez International helped offset results that disappointed from Facebook and Procter & Gamble.
WASHINGTON — They make up the fastest growing segment of the U.S. population, yet Hispanics are increasingly locked out of home ownership because of tighter lending standards that rely on outdated measures of creditworthiness.
More than two months after a special task force charged with creating design standards and guidelines for redevelopment in the Historic Stockyards District began meeting, the group adjourned Wednesday, again having taken only a vote to table discussion.
Fort Worth billionaire Alice Walton’s sale of her entire stock of nearly 100 horses, including a string of champion cutters, could bring thousands of potential buyers and gawkers alike to her 1,400-acre ranch on the Brazos River in September.
Sherman’s business community suffered a loss this week when business owner Waymon McMackin died on Monday. He has operated Presco Products in Sherman’s east side since 1987.
Throughout Texas, the coming of August signals the hottest days of the summer, and most people will be seeking relief from the summer heat. But it is the heat that is offering some help for businesses along Lake Texoma recover from heavy spring rains.
For local farmers and ranchers, beef production is expected to increase in 2015 and 2016. The projections came during a Texas Farm Bureau meeting Thursday in Denison, where guest speaker Dan Childs gave a pricing forecast for local agriculture commodities.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks rallied for a second day on Wednesday, as earnings topped forecasts and the Federal Reserve said the labor and housing markets are improving.