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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 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 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 Anonymous on 2017 Jan 31 - 1:41pm

How to eliminate fear and free the creator inside you.

By Jason Forrest As a true underdog at heart, Bret Starr loves to be underestimated. When you have nothing to lose, he says, you're free to be creative, take risks, and reinvent. Bret Starr is the first of many things in his family. First to leave his hometown. First to graduate college. First...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jan 5 - 10:23am

Entrepreneurs and coffee buffs take note -- a new coffee shop and coworking space is coming to the Near Southside. Matt and Janice Townsend, the entrepreneurs behind Roots Coffeehouse in North Richland Hills and woodworking company Freeform Woodworks, will open a second Roots Coffeehouse location...

Posted By Yamil Berard on 2016 Dec 16 - 1:37pm

TAD software leaves more than one-third of tasks "unfulfilled"

Tarrant Appraisal District TAD software
After two controversial years and an investment of over $1 million, the Tarrant Appraisal District is stuck with a software system that still isn’t working properly, according to a new audit released Friday. An independent verification audit has found that more than one-third of the...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Nov 16 - 4:52pm

Janet Hahn decided to throw a pop of red on her outfit one day when she had to go to court. She chose a red belt and red shoes – a bit bold for the courtroom, perhaps, but she went for it anyway. As the Decker Jones attorney and her client walked up to the bench, Hahn said she noticed...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Nov 16 - 2:38pm

From first light, the CEO of Catholic Charities of Fort Worth spends her day working to bring people out of poverty.

5:30 a.m. I’m up and it’s time for some French press COFFEE. Then, I spend 10 minutes catching up on my Bible study. 6 a.m. I hop in the shower, and then knock out 30 minutes worth of work emails. 6:45 a.m. My 4-year-old daughter, Olive, wakes up, and she reads books to me every...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Nov 16 - 2:34pm

by Jason Forrest Forrest Performance Group The market is cyclical: It’s as true and reliable as death and taxes. But if we don’t learn from previous downturns, we’re in danger of going under the next. And according to Mike Coffey, whose company, called Imperative, barely eked...

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