Business

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Sep 1 - 3:00pm

By Kayla Roberts Hurricane Harvey has become a reason for Texans to unite, and 11 local Fort Worth companies have stepped up for their neighbors. Here are a few companies that are doing their part to help support those impacted, by providing shelter, food and clothing to evacuees — and even...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Jul 5 - 10:47am

Sandwich shop expected to open this fall in Fire Station No. 1

Photo by Brian Luenser Reata Restaurant is expanding in downtown Fort Worth, with plans to open a café on the second floor of the old Fire Station No. 1 in Sundance Square. The 203 Café, at 203 Commerce St. between the Wells Fargo and Bank of America towers, will offer fast casual...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jun 26 - 2:21pm

Sponsored Article This sponsored content is brought to you by CommonCents Trading Institute A financial crisis drove CommonCents Trading Institute founder Tracy Hubbard on a search for a way to make money without owning a company or being an employee. He crisscrossed the country, attending...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 5 - 4:54pm

What once served as a pasta factory will soon become the production hub for at least three local businesses. Real estate development group M2G Ventures is rehabbing the 42,000-square-foot O.B. Macaroni building, located at 108 South Freeway off Interstate 35. Three tenants – W Durable Goods...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 May 19 - 4:02pm

Al Micallef parlays a lifelong rubber products play into ranching, horses, restaurants, and, lately, cigars. It’s put 250 children of his employees through college. And he's not done yet.

ALPINE – It’s dinnertime on a Thursday at the original Reata restaurant in downtown Alpine overlooking Texas’ Davis Mountains, the place is crowded, and owner Al Micallef is at the bar, having his usual Coke Zero. This is a roundabout spot for a kid who grew up in Detroit; hated...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Apr 27 - 1:49pm

Walsh Ranch Fort Worth Aledo model homes Toll Brothers HGC Highland Homes Village Homes Drees David Weekly
The barricades were raised for good Thursday on the 1,700-acre first phase of Walsh in West Fort Worth, as the developer ran a soft opening and showed off several model homes built around a park and an Aledo public elementary school under construction. The high-end homes showed off the latest in...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Apr 26 - 9:55am

Yes, this is a thing. Flying cars could be in Fort Worth by 2020, thanks to a recently announced venture by Uber to create a ridesharing service for the air. According to Wired, Uber is teaming up with several aviation companies -- including Fort Worth's Bell Helicopter -- to develop the...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Apr 18 - 1:55pm

Dickies Williamson-Dickie Fort Worth arena
Williamson-Dickie Manufacturing Co., maker of Dickies workwear, signed on to a naming rights deal for the new multipurpose arena at the Will Rogers Memorial Center. Ed Bass, the financier who’s led a private campaign to raise more than half the money to build the $450 million arena, to be...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Apr 18 - 8:45am

Gift estimated at "over $3 million."

Paul Dorman DFB Pharmaceuticals
The Fort Worth healthcare executive Paul Dorman will fund the first-year tuition for all 60 medical students in the inaugural class at the new Texas Christian University-University of North Texas Health Science Center medical school, set to open next year, it was announced Tuesday morning. “...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Apr 10 - 3:16pm

Colleyville entrepreneur Hillary Strasner builds a lab company over 17 years and sells it as her oldest child enters high school. What’s next?

The deal spilled out onto a napkin at a table inside the Chili’s at Dallas Love Field airport. Hillary Strasner, just a few years out of Texas Tech, had gone to work for a health care lab in Tyler, running operations and sales, and was commuting to North Texas on weekends. Joe Bowman, who...

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