The Sherman Economic Development Corp. is partnering with the city of Sherman on a 22-acre tract of land on the southeast corner of the intersection of U.S. Highway 75 and FM 1417 that the entities hope will serve as a “new front door for Sherman.”
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The future of a proposed brew pub in downtown Denison is in question, as work on the project has halted. In February, the officials with the Denison Development Alliance announced the development of the Texas Trails Brewing Co., which would bring locally crafted beer and dining to Main Street.
Robert Beavers, who began his 37-year career with the McDonald’s fast-food chain as a $1-an-hour restaurant employee and became a top executive and the first African-American to serve on the corporation’s board of directors, died Aug. 19 while vacationing in Tibet. He was 71.
LOS ANGELES — People use Uber when they need help hailing a ride or Tinder for help finding a date.
Local industry leaders are continuing workforce development aimed at manufacturing and health care professions. The initiative started in late 2014 following an assessment by the Denison Development Alliance of the local workforce.
WASHINGTON — The world’s largest defense contractor has agreed to pay $4.7 million to settle charges that it illegally used government money to lobby top federal officials to extend its contract to run one of the country’s premier nuclear weapons labs.
A familiar face is returning to the Denison restaurant scene. After nearly five years away from downtown, Angela’s Cafe has returned with a new location on Austin Avenue, much to the delight of longtime customers.
NEW YOTK — The global equity selloff that sent benchmark indexes to their worst week in four years played havoc with individual stocks and industries in the U.S. market.
NEW YORK — What’s so bad about an economy growing better than 2 percent a quarter to warrant the biggest stock selloff since 2011? It’s a question that interests Savita Subramanian of Bank of America and Jonathan Golub of RBC Capital Markets.
CHICAGO — Michael Jordan relied on natural talent and an unrivaled competitive streak to dominate the basketball world. But off the court, his federal case against defunct supermarket chain Dominick’s for the use of his name and identity without permission in a 2009 ad in Sports Illustrated has shown his business skills are nothing to sniff at either.