XTO Energy is the biggest private employer in downtown Fort Worth, but now it's planning to move 1,600 jobs to an Exxon campus in Houston over the next three years. So who are the other big employers downtown? You might be surprised.
Where the jobs are downtown
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Boeing demonstrates its T-X training jet
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Apple unveils iPhone X and Face ID technology
Austin-based Whole Foods' products see dramatic price drop thanks to Amazon purchase
After buying out the grocery store in June 2017, Amazon made moves today to begin dropping prices for some of Whole Foods' most popular items. Here are five of the most dramatic price drops from the midtown Manhattan Whole Foods, with data courtesy of Bloomberg News.
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Donnie Nelson talks to reporters after testifying in the Billy Bob's Texas case on July 24, 2017. Nelson, who owns slightly less than 10 percent of Billy Bob’s, has previously complained that the bar is a “pawn” in the bigger fight over redevelopment in the Stockyards area of Fort Worth.