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Shannon Mantaro: Celebrate women's entrepreneurial contributions during Women's History Month
March is Women's History Month, a time to reflect on and celebrate the tremendous contributions that women have made to our nation.
Caroline Booth: Two spring business events designed to foster new connections
Chuck Carpenter: Upcoming graduation of Leadership Denton will bring total graduates to 579
Sam Burke: The gun control debate — a brief history
So in 1977, at one of the most important annual member meetings of any nonprofit in American political history, that small group of NRA members orchestrated a coup to pass sweeping changes to the organization that ousted the leadership of the NRA, canceled the move to Colorado Springs and made championing the Second Amendment to prevent gun control the focus of the organization.
Caroline Booth: Stoke is where it's at for startups
Stoke, Denton's co-working space and entrepreneurial hub, is a place for innovators, freelancers and startups. As a program supported by the city of Denton's Department of Economic Development, Stoke helps further Denton's entrepreneurial community by providing access to talent, education, capital and a network of other entrepreneurs.
Thaddeus Mantaro: Wellness in workplace benefits employees, business owners
As a small business owner, you can play a critical role in promoting health and safety for your employees by instituting workplace wellness programs that can significantly reduce sick leave and medical costs.
As cryptocurrencies make headlines across the globe, locals offer perspectives on usage, history
Year in Review: What's Open, What's Closed
Chuck Carpenter: Chamber aims to aid members and nonmembers alike
The chamber's primary commitment is to promote and advocate the local business community as a whole. The "rising tide lifts all ships" aphorism, although simplistic, is ultimately what we're about.
Caroline Booth: State of the city event set for Feb. 15
The city of Denton is hosting its second annual State of the City event from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Thurtsday, Feb. 15. The event offers an excellent opportunity for the business community to learn about the city's current projects, new initiatives, and top priorities and to meet City elected officials and key staff.
Dick Resch: Rethink office layouts to improve workers' health
Tips for the last-minute Christmas shopper
R. Scott Alagood: The Texas Timeshare Act
Timeshares have been and continue to be a popular method to secure affordable vacation destinations. For timeshare properties located in or offered for sale in Texas, Texas Property Code Chapter 221, also known as the "Texas Timeshare Act," governs and regulates timeshare interests. "Timeshare interests" are comprised of estates, properties and uses.