Homegrown food co-op adds Arlington storefront

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Willis Knight / Special to the Star-Telegram

Farm to Fork, founded and run by an Arlington couple, has grown in popularity over its 21/2 years of existence.

Del Frisco’s stock sinks after lower earnings forecast

The Southlake-based steakhouse operator cut its earnings forecast and said several restaurant openings would be delayed.

Lockheed profits boosted by gains in aeronautics

Operating profit at the Fort Worth-based aeronautics division, which produces the F-35 fighter jet, increased by 11 percent as sales moved up 13 percent.

Glut of oil production in West Texas drives prices down

West Texas crude selling at big discount as it moves by trains and trucks while new pipeline projects are completed.

Senate panel: Banks helped hedge funds skirt taxes

Two giant global banks helped at least a dozen hedge funds skirt full tax payment on more than $100 billion worth of stock trades, according to a new congressional investigation made public Monday.

Downtown Fort Worth’s Ashton Hotel sold to Dallas real estate trust

The boutique hotel was opened in 2001 with 39 rooms in buildings that date to the late 1890s.

The Savvy Consumer

New system generates thousands of bills for small toll road charges

The NTTA sent out half a million bills for small toll road charged since 2012, providing more incentive for drivers to sign up for a toll tag.

Sandra Baker

Cycling and fitness center planned at Clearfork project in southwest Fort Worth

The center, with a full-service bike shop, fitness studio and rooftop bar, will be part of an outdoor recreation site called The Trailhead.

Shlachter, Baker & Kaskovich

Deal for hotel at south end of downtown Fort Worth has fallen through

A developer had taken the former site of Frank Kent Cadillac, at Lancaster Avenue and Main Street, under contract with plans for a 140-room limited-service hotel.

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