Jim Glover Chevrolet donates $61,000 to the Folds of Honor Foundation.
Toyota is moving its U.S. headquarters from California to Texas in a bid to improve communication between units now spread over several states.
Nancy Hans is in constant motion as she churns out homemade goodies using only organic ingredients.
At just 13 years old, Andrew Swenson is learning about the stock market at this Future Investors Club of America camp for kids. Lisa Swenson supports her son’s hobby which may lead to a career in the future.
Businesses and projects can get the funding they need from online donations on a site called Kickstarter.
City planning officials have been extra busy the past few months approving proposals for all the new businesses opening in Wichita Falls.
Wichita Falls City Councilors this morning approved an incentive package of almost one million dollars in hopes a company will bring at least 64 new jobs to the city.
Here are some tips to help you avoid seven mistakes that can potentially kill your business.
The boards of Office Depot and Office Max confirmed Wednesday that they agreed to combine the two companies in a $1.2 billion, all-stock deal.
Office Depot Inc , the No.2 U.S. office supply retailer, is in advanced talks to merge with smaller rival OfficeMax Inc and a deal could come as early as this week.
Texas Gov. Rick Perry is visiting California, and he hopes to return home with something more than a Disneyland souvenir.
As if Superstorm Sandy and the looming fiscal crisis weren't enough, a potential strike by thousands of dock workers from Boston to Houston threatens to shock the economy as early as this weekend.
For the fourth year in a row, business students from around the world rated Google as the company they would most like to work for.
Will "standing desks" soon replace our chairs?
Abrupt closure of several businesses blamed on Doomsday prophecy from imprisoned polygamist leader.
New business expected to bring new jobs to Iowa Park.
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It's been a staple in Downtown Wichita Falls for the better part of four decade, but on Friday Defoor's Jewelry and Loan will close its doors for good.
Water park is just one of several unprofitable businesses that will be closed.
A Burkburnett business owner is forced to rebuild, after a New Year's Day fire rips through her store.