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Bloomington announces Welcoming Wednesdays, a monthly event for entrepreneurs to network and learn before the launch of a new business development center.
The Round Rock Express and RS3 Strategic Hospitality are hosting a job fair at Dell Diamond for the 2024 season, looking to fill various roles at the stadium.
Drew Brees-backed Smalls Sliders is expanding into Phoenix with 22 new locations, partnering with Purple Square Management to establish its presence in the western U.S.
The Dallas City Council approved a $1,778,000 TIF incentive for UCR Development Services LLC to build a new retail space on the former Lancaster-Kiest Library site.
Ford electric vehicle owners in the US and Canada can now access Tesla's charging stations with an adapter available via reservation, further integrating charging networks for EV users.
The Supreme Court heard arguments on the legality of the federal bump stock ban, with justices divided on the issue and the ATF's regulatory authority.
The city of Fulshear is facing challenges from rapid growth, including needing district redistricting and addressing water supply issues, prompting talks of a development moratorium.
Wieden+Kennedy cut 20% of its staff at the Portland office, impacting 90 employees amidst industry changes. The layoffs are part of a restructure to align with client needs, not due to client losses.
Pretty Decent Concepts will revitalize Arizona Center by replacing the former Hooters with three new eateries, aiming to transform it into a destination.
Mesa sets a 4.8% goal for DBE participation in FAA-funded projects to support minority and women-owned businesses. A teleconference for input is scheduled for March 11.
Barkbus, a mobile dog grooming service, is expanding to Houston, targeting areas with high dog populations after launching in Dallas. Its luxury vans offer convenient doorstep grooming with prices ranging from $130 to $350.
Two Save A Lot stores in southern Dallas have closed, exacerbating food insecurity in an area already considered a food desert, as residents find themselves with fewer grocery options.
Boston Beer Company announces a leadership change after reporting a $18.1 million loss over the last quarter of 2023, with CEO David A. Burwick stepping down by March 31, 2024, and Michael Spillane taking over.