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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.
Year in Review: What's Open, What's Closed
Dick Resch: Rethink office layouts to improve workers' health
As cryptocurrencies make headlines across the globe, locals offer perspectives on usage, history
If by now you haven’t heard of cryptocurrency, and you are thinking about how to invest your money, you’ve got some catching up to do.
Tips for the last-minute Christmas shopper
Around this time of year, nearly every retailer can recall an experience — providing a story to tell — about a frantic procrastinator who has ignored their calendar and found themselves in the final days, hours and minutes of being able to wrap up their Christmas shopping.
DBC: What's open and what's closed for December 2017
December's biggest business event came when the Denton convention center and hotel officially opened its doors.
Jonathon Fite: Can Black Friday save retail?
DBC: Brian Cartwright: Non-compete agreements alive and well in Texas
M. Ray Perryman: The long-term economic forecast for Texas
The state weathered the recession and ensuing real estate crisis better than most parts of the United States, survived a major downturn in oil prices and activity, and was adding jobs at a notable pace even before the energy sector (a major export sector) began its recovery.
Caroline Booth: Denton — Shop here on purpose
Does it really matter if you shop in Denton? Absolutely! When you shop here, the purchases you make help build and strengthen our local economy.
Area Chamber Roundup
In the past month, the chamber added several new members: Automated Safety Towing Systems; Blue Diamond Cleaning Solutions, LLC; Boys & Girls Club of North Central Texas; Breathe Deep; Jared Patterson for Texas House and Jo Huffhines Farmers Agency.