Business

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:45am

There is no shortage of books, articles and blog posts addressing the art and science of making good decisions. The attention paid to this subject is warranted, no doubt. The news headlines are littered with stories of people who, in one form or another, have made poor decisions. The ripple effects...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:37am

While investing in the 21st century is often thought of tumultuous, in my opinion, there has never been a better time to be an investor. Given the types of advice and fiduciary standards that are available and the types of fees paid and transparency, there’s something for everyone. Finding...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:34am

Sometimes it’s nice to leave the polished, air-conditioned office for a few days to unwind in the natural beauty of the outdoors. But for some, the idea of swatting mosquitos out of a tent and digging holes to do their business makes camping seem less exciting. Thankfully for places like...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:33am

Organizations are collecting data about consumers, businesses, and markets regularly. Every time I ask my Alexa Dot to turn on lights or order paper, data is collected about my power usage and product choices. These data can be used by organizations to provide tailored customer service or products...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:28am

The century-old workers’ compensation laws of Texas have always included the option for private employers to opt out of the system. Texas is the only state with this truly elective option. How is private industry continuing to realize cost savings while providing quality benefits to injured...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 28 - 10:15am

Two pairs of shoes. Three pairs of jeans. A few t-shirts. And no sense of style. That was Phillip Prany once upon a time – until he bought his first suit. He had never owned a suit before and needed one for a wedding, so he bought one. It wasn’t tailored, but he remembers how he felt...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jul 27 - 5:14pm

Competitive relocation and expansion activity are humming at high levels in Fort Worth and Tarrant County. Year to date, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce has worked with the City of Fort Worth, Tarrant County and other partners on 51 projects, moving at a brisker pace in 2017 now that we’...

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2017 Jul 21 - 10:51am

The Thornton Steel portfolio reads like a Where’s Where of Fort Worth landmarks. The local company, the leading steel fabricator in the country’s Southwest region, worked on AT&T Stadium, Ed & Rae Schollmaier Arena (the remodeled Daniel Meyer Coliseum), Mary Wright Admissions...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 19 - 9:11am

Damon Hickman was one of the first to see it. The package came wrapped in cellophane with the image of four menacing lizard spikes appearing to pierce through shiny cardstock. Flip open the purple tab, and the package opened to become a poster, about three feet long, revealing the ominous image of...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Jul 17 - 12:44pm

Unlike many young boys his age who sat mesmerized as they watched pro-footballers throw winning passes and make impressive tackles, Brian Estridge had less of a desire to become a star quarterback and more of a drive to be the commanding voice announcing the plays. From age 8, he’d sit in his...

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