Decision on Love Field gates has not been made, executives say

Wright Amendment one year away

Joyce Marshall / Star-Telegram

American and Southwest execs say they’re unaware of any decision on selecting a winner for two gates being divested by American.

Texas power generator accused of electricity market manipulation

Two electricity trading firms claim GDF Suez has withheld power to run up prices to Texas power consumers and to help it make money in electricity futures trading.

U.S. Rep. Marc Veasey delivers UPS packages

The UPS shift was part of Veasey’s effort, “Marc Means Business,” to get to know more constituents — and the issues they face — in the 33rd Congressional District.

XTO must pay $6.1 million to Hugoton Royalty Trust

An arbitration panel decides that XTO improperly deducted money owed the trust as part of a class-action settlement brought by royalty owners in the West Texas-Oklahoma field.

American Airlines posts $480 million profit

The combined American-US Airways reports revenue of $10 billion in its first full quarter as a merged company.

Southwest posts $152 million first-quarter profit

The Dallas-based carrier more than doubled its profits as passengers paid higher fares.

Shlachter, Baker & Fuquay

Aubrey McClendon lands Chesapeake’s suite at AT&T Stadium

Chesapeake’s former CEO, who was forced out last year following controversy over personal loans tied to company wells, also has a new drilling contract in place with his old company.

The Savvy Consumer

Savvy Consumer: How to check out pest control companies

The Texas Department of Agriculture and Greater Tarrant County Pest Control Association offer useful information on their websites.

Sandra Baker

Athlos Academy plans charter school in far north Fort Worth

Also, Fort Worth real estate investment group buys five industrial buildings in Dallas.



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