Sundance Square chief pleased with crowds coming to plaza events

Wednesday, Aug. 20, 2014

Retailers have seen a boost in business this year as Sundance Square Plaza attracted thousands fo visitors.

Surge in crude oil shipping has railcar facility backed up in Saginaw

Monday, Aug. 18, 2014

Dallas-based Trinity Industries has a growing backlog of orders for rail tank cars produced at plants in Saginaw and Longview.

Conti signs deal to buy Star-Telegram printing plant

| Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014

Bruce Conti, president of Conti Warehouses in Fort Worth, is buying the nearly 270,000-square-foot building and 38 acres off Hemphill Street and Interstate 20 in Edgecliff Village.

GameStop planning private-label credit card

Sunday, Aug. 10, 2014

The Grapevine-based videogame retailer is testing the new card with employees and could roll it out before this year’s holiday shopping season.

Long lines a good sign as Bahama Buck’s plots area expansion

Sunday, Aug. 03, 2014

Franchise operator Smit Shah recently opened the sno-cone and smoothie shop at Montgomery Plaza in Fort Worth and plans a September opening in Colleyville.

Harassing phone calls over ACE Cash Express payday loan finally end

Thursday, Jul. 31, 2014

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

RadioShack gets creative online with Helmet Adventures

Sunday, Jul. 27, 2014

A quirky social media campaign that ran during the World Cup emphasized RadioShack’s image as a go-to place for everyday technology solutions.

Sprouts planning grocery store off Camp Bowie in Fort Worth

| |Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

Construction could begin next month on a Sprouts grocery store to be located at Camp Bowie Boulevard and Bernie Anderson Avenue in Fort Worth, according to a permit filing.

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

|Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2014

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.

Leather from old Southwest Airlines seats going to Africa

| Wednesday, Jul. 16, 2014

Used leather will be recycled by a nonprofit in Nairobi to make shoes and soccer balls for local residents.