While Stonehill Center is still lovingly referred to as "the old outlet mall," the property is once again transforming into a business hub.
Thanks to their rich parents, my friends "Joe" and "Sue's" wedding was a three-day, 200-guest extravaganza on Maryland's Chesapeake shore.
A big tax bill is like hay fever. You don't want it, you try to avoid it -- and then April rolls around and it hits you hard. Now you have to figure out how to take care of it.
NEW YORK -- A federal judge ruled recently that UPS ignored "red flags" that its brown trucks were being used to transport untaxed cigarettes from Indian reservations, but stopped short of imposing a $873 million penalty that regulators sought in the civil case.
While Denton's rent is below the state's median, it has still increased 2.7 percent, according to a new study from Zumper.
Nine years ago, Cindy Tysinger started an information technology firm, GSATi, in her Denton home. Thursday night, her efforts to grow the company to its almost 40 employees were recognized by the Denton Chamber of Commerce: GSATi was named the Small Business of the Year 2016.
Management at Sears in Golden Triangle Mall believe their storefront has no reason to fear closure despite dooming forecasts from analysts and concerns at the corporate level.
Downtown Denton is getting its first events and wedding venue: The Monroe Pearson Building. The 21,000-square-foot venue is set to open in spring 2018, 100 years after the building was first constructed.
Jacque and Gary Morgan, the founders of Swine Solutions, recall waking up one morning and driving out to where their steel trap sits to find 46 feral hogs slashing, squealing and leaping trying to flee from their confines.
For the third year in a row, Denton Convention & Visitors Bureau staff is part of a multi-member team exhibiting at SXSW Interactive (SXSWi) to introduce Denton to the masses from around the globe.
Savings account interest rates are at historic lows, but a new NerdWallet study has found that consumers could earn hundreds more a year in interest by choosing a high-yield account.
Someone once told me that expectations are pre-planned resentments, but if you're paying a marketing company for ongoing services, I think you should go ahead and set some expectations.
It was just 38 years ago when the U.S. Small Business Administration began to dedicate resources and services to improve and increase female entrepreneurs, who now lead some of America's most powerful and lucrative job-creating firms.
Noles General Store is moving to a booth space at Antique Gallery in Lewisville after operating at 315 W. Hickory St. for almost six years. Christye Price, the store's buyer, said the business wanted to downsize and take away the daily commitment of running the shop. Move-out is set for the end of March.
Women small business owners are extremely optimistic about the future, business performance and plans to invest in their businesses through marketing and product and service development.
It should be noted that Texas history is filled with residents of other states and countries moving to Texas to escape debt and not-so-friendly debt collection laws, including debtor's prison. For example, William B. Travis avoided arrest in Alabama for unpaid debts by moving to Texas.
Every Leadership Denton class is assigned a group project, with the results, findings and recommendations presented publicly at its final session prior to graduation.
Over the last 70 years, great investors and teachers such as Ben Graham and Warren Buffett have developed the field of value investing. Value investors see stocks as ownership interests in businesses, not merely as ticker symbols on a TV screen.
The stock market is up, unemployment is down but things aren't rosy for all Americans.
Kroger could be in between Classic of Denton and Bill Utter Ford in the coming years, if zoning changes are approved by the Denton City Council next month.
“A lot happens in a decade. We walk through our lives facing challenges and celebrating victories one day at a time. We don’t really think in a lump-sum way about all that occurs until we stop at a point and look back. This is one of those points.”
DES MOINES, Iowa — Leaning over the map, Brian Vincent turned to a city official and asked, “Why does it show a park instead of my business?”
In taking over Scott Burns’ column, I promised to perform some money magic — to show you ways to better manage your finances and safely raise your living standard.
LOS ANGELES — Cars with no steering wheel, no pedals and nobody at all inside could be driving themselves on California roads by the end of the year, under proposed new state rules that would give a powerful boost to the fast-developing technology.
DETROIT — By cooperating with federal investigators and quickly agreeing to compensate car owners, Volkswagen likely will avoid a massive criminal fine for cheating on diesel emissions tests and trying to cover it up.
Denton Convention & Visitors Bureau advisory board chairman Bob Moses, Denton Chamber of Commerce president Chuck Carpenter and I presented Veronica Maldonado with her 10-year award last Monday at the DCVB advisory board meeting.
Developers behind a 229-bed apartment complex designed for students are hoping city council will sing a different tune than the Planning and Zoning Commission did Wednesday night. In a meeting that stretched into Thursday morning, the commission voted 5-2 against zoning changes that would allow for a five story apartment complex at Scripture and Normal Streets University of North Texas campus.