Classic Chevrolet is No. 1 Chevy dealer again — by one vehicle

Wednesday, Jan. 29, 2014

The Grapevine dealership sold 140 vehicles on the last day of December to win the top-selling Chevy title for the eighth straight year.

American Airlines offers workers cash for beating rivals on performance

| Sunday, Jan. 26, 2014

American Airlines workers can earn as much as $150 a month if the airline outperforms three major rivals on on-time arrivals, lost baggage and customer satisfaction measures.

H-E-B says it has no timetable for opening area grocery stores

Monday, Jan. 20, 2014

A spokeswoman for the San Antonio company, which operates H-E-B and Central Market stores, says a prediction that it will have two dozen area stores open in three to five years is not likely to happen.

Drop off your car for service and grab a glass of fine wine

Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014

The owners of Frank Kent Motors will open unique wine and auto service center on Fort Worth’s south side in May.

Argyle author tells how North Texans led the way on auto A/C

Sunday, Jan. 05, 2014

“Boy! That Air Feels Good!,” by Rod Barclay, tells how three North Texas businessmen developed a market to install air-conditioning units in cars.

Frank Kent owners plan wine bar on Magnolia

| Wednesday, Jan. 01, 2014

Also, the Archbishop of Canterbury criticizes Cash America’s British payday loan unit.

Three funeral homes coming under the Greenwood banner

Sunday, Dec. 29, 2013

Greenwood Funeral Home, Mount Olivet Funeral Home and Arlington Funeral Home are all owned by the Mount Olivet Cemetery Association.

Finalists named for chamber’s small business awards

Thursday, Dec. 26, 2013

Winners of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce’s annual Small Business of the Year Awards will be selected from 12 finalists on Feb. 13.

Michaels files (again) for initial public offering of stock

| Sunday, Dec. 22, 2013

The Irving-based parent company of Michaels Stores and Aaron Brothers arts and crafts stores was taken private in a $6 billion leveraged buyout in 2006 led by Bain Capital and The Blackstone Group.

Online poll reveals dead heat on American tail designs

| Wednesday, Dec. 18, 2013

In a Star-Telegram online poll, the old AA eagle design was winning with 51 percent of the vote, while the new tail flag design garnered 49 percent. Just 17 votes separated the two out of more than 890 votes cast.