ACE Cash Express finally quits calling man who didn’t have debt

Richard Brooks’ phone isn’t ringing as often. And for that he’s thankful.

U.S. economy grew at strong 4 percent rate in spring

The second-quarter growth was a rebound from the first quarter, when severe winter weather caused a sharp 2.1 percent annualized drop in economic activity.

ESPN bringing College GameDay to Sundance for season kickoff

The network’s popular College GameDay crew will set up in Sundance Square Plaza Aug. 29-30 before the Florida State-Oklahoma State game at AT&T Stadium, and return in January for the national championship game.

U.S. judge bars Kurdish oil from entering Texas port

Acting on a request from Iraq, a federal judge in Galveston ruled that $100 million of oil inside a tanker anchored in international waters off Galveston be seized.

Dollar Tree steps up fight, buys Family Dollar

The deal makes Dollar Tree the biggest player in the dollar store segment, with its more than 13,000 combined locations, and help it compete with Wal-Mart.

Moody’s: RadioShack could run out of cash next year

Stock sinks more than 10 percent as credit rating agency says continued operating losses will hurt the Fort Worth-based retailer’s liquidity.

The Savvy Consumer

New rules on reverse mortgage designed to make loans safer for elderly

By requiring both spouses to have their name on the mortgage and improving underwriting standards, HUD hopes to see fewer foreclosures and evictions.

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

ACE Cash Express finally quits calling man who didn’t have debt

Richard Brooks’ phone isn’t ringing as often. And for that he’s thankful.



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