Business Chronicle | Business
Herbert Austin: SBA lists resources for people with disabilities
It feels good to be in charge of your own future. Many entrepreneurs tell me, "I love being my own boss" and describe benefits such as flexibility and freedom to make a living, while choosing when, where and how they want to work. These perks can be especially beneficial to persons with disabilities.
Ryan Webster: You can’t take it with you, but it has to go somewhere
DBC: Differentiating Denton — the mission to better accommodate people with autism
Jonathon Fite: Are the banks still a bargain?
"It seems once the Federal Reserve hiked rates in December, everyone jumped on board the Big-Bank-Band Wagon. How can a value investor believe they are getting something like Bank of America at a discount today?" Great question. Let's spend some time reviewing from where Bank of America has come and what may still lie ahead.
DBC: What's open, what's closed
We're getting a huge entertainment center. Andy B's, from Missouri, announced plans for a 40,000 square foot entertainment center at Rayzor Ranch Town Center, set to open next summer. Features will include bowling, laser tag and tons of games.
DBC: Chuck Carpenter: Introducing the Thrive Business Summit
Although the event has several different components, the primary mission of Thrive Denton is to provide existing entrepreneurs, women-owned businesses, working professionals, and creatives with the tools and support to retain a talented workforce, start up a new business and expand profitable opportunities in Denton.
DBC: It's not too late to plan a summer vacation
It's important to keep exchange rates in mind when traveling internationally, according to Andrew Marshall, an independent financial planner and principal of Andrew Marshall Financial in California.
DBC: Area Chamber Roundup
It is spring cleaning time in the Aubrey 380 area! On April 22, Keep Aubrey Beautiful will hold their Electronics Recycling Collection Event at Aubrey City Hall.