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New retailer, restaurant coming to Sundance Square

Sundance Square announced today it is adding a new retailer and a Korean restaurant to its misx. Women’s retailer White House Black Market will open a 3,815-square-foot store at the corner of Houston

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North Tarrant Express remains ahead of schedule

North Tarrant Express is ahead of schedule, with the $2.2 billion freeway improvement project 88 percent complete and expected to wrap up by year’s end. “We’re at least six months ahead of schedule,” said Heather DeLapp, regional public relations manager with the project.

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AT&T looks to hook up Fort Worth and area cities with fast fiber network

Fort Worth and several area cities are among the 100 cities where AT&T will expand its GigaPower ultra-fast fiber network.

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UT Arlington's new president sets a standard

Since taking the reins as the eighth president of the University of Texas at Arlington nearly a year ago, Vistasp Karbhari is committed to advancing the university’s national and international profile while encouraging and celebrating student, faculty and staff success.

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NYC comptroller questions Texas oil company's NRA giving

ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — The New York City comptroller has asked a Texas oil company to explain its chairman's reported donations of $1 million each to the National Rifle Association and conservative political action committee American Crossroads.

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InMarket: Bringing Alf and Erik Estrada together

Fort Worth’s own RadioShack that’s who. If nothing else, the era of new CEO Joseph Magnacca has given us that.

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InMarket: What newshounds do

What do good newshounds do? They break news, which is exactly what Bob Schieffer did during his 10th annual Schieffer Symposium on the News at Texas Christian University on April 9.

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InMarket: The jet set

A new twin-engine jet that can fly higher, farther and faster to bring critically ill and injured children to Cook Children’s Medical Center for treatment was unveiled at Meacham International Airport on April 2.

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InMarket: In the year 2014 there will be…

Fifty years ago, upon visiting the 1964 World’s Fair, science fiction writer Isaac Asimov made several predictions for the year 2014, many of which came true.

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InMarket: It's that time: March Madness

If you happened to be at Jody’s Club Forest tavern on Staten Island in 1977 on a bright March day, you might have witnessed the birth of the modern day March Madness.

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InMarket: A bloody Lone Star tour

If you grew up in Texas during the ‘60s and early ‘70s, were somewhere on the middle-class continuum and had a giant blazing red Plymouth with giant, totally nonfictional tailfins (think Christine),

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InMarket: The importance of goofing off

I apparently am not the only person who is fascinated with the former College Avenue Baptist Church Sunday School & Athletic Building, located one block south of bustling Magnolia Avenue.

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InMarket: Walking around the world

I met a woman once at Gallery Night in Fort Worth who told me with obvious joy she was running away to join the circus.

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InMarket: Let's talk climate change

We need a more honest, civil discussion on climate change.

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InMarket: A lifetime of career advice

On Jan. 29, Thomas Hund, executive vice president and CFO of BNSF Railway, received the Lifetime Achievement Award at the Fort Worth Business Press’ CFO of the Year award ceremony.

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InMarket: Atlanta 2014 - The Walking Frozen

Here's where things went wrong: On Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, at 1:30 in the afternoon, in response to the sparkle of several snowflakes in the air above Atlanta, virtually the entire adult population of America's ninth most populous metro area stood up, left their workplaces, got into their cars, and created a traffic deadlock of legendary proportions.

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InMarket: Operator, give me the number for 9-1-1

Texas, and America, you may need to call 9-1-1.

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InMarket: Petrino's job saga: A lesson for managers

In college football, as in other moneyed sports circles, coaches are not so much hired and fired as they are recycled.

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InMarket: Petrino’s job saga: A lesson for managers

Petrino’s job saga: A lesson for managers

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InMarket: Bob Bolen, the public/private partnership

I probably got to know Bob Bolen because I was homesick.

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InMarket: The Lost Decade or so...

I was lost. Seriously, deliriously lost.

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The golden age of working from home?

As I write this I’m sitting here dressed in torn jeans, a sweatshirt of questionable age with an indeterminate logo, worn tennis shoes and facial hair approaching Don Johnson’s Miami Vice stubble.

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InMarket: Follow the Boy Scout motto: Be Prepared

We felt like cat burglars. Gingerly walking down eight flights of darkened stairs at our office building, flashlights leading the way, we clutched the heart and soul of the Business Press – a lone computer and server equipment

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Ms. Ulich goes to Washington

A little over a year ago, the Fort Worth arts community – from organizations with national reputations such as the Fort Worth Opera to small community organizations that serve neighborhood children such as Arts 5th Avenue – were singing the blues.

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InMarket: The ghosts of 1963

As a delegate to the July 1960 Democratic National Convention, I shook Jack Kennedy’s hand in Los Angeles the night he was nominated for president. In September, I chatted with Amon Carter Jr. as we awaited Kennedy’s campaign motorcade in Burk Burnett Park.

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50 years on Kennedy can still have an impact

The hat. So many people mention the hat. I’m speaking of the Shady Oaks Country Club hat that President John F. Kennedy did not put on in his visit to Fort Worth on Nov. 22, 1963.

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InMarket: Witnessing History

“Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it,” says George Santayana, who probably wishes he was remembered for something else besides that quote. .

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Fort Worth thinks big – and small

What’s going on in Fort Worth? In this week’s issue we discuss some familiar names – Sundance Square and RadioShack.

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InMarket: Cowtown taking flight as international business hub

When it comes to doing international business – worldwide, Fort Worth is caught up in “the perfect storm,” says David Berzina, executive vice president for economic development at the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce.

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InMarket: It's Wacky Texas Food Month. Time for a bacon-beer milkshake...

We love bacon. We love beer. We love milkshakes.

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A bridge criticism too far

There they go again, as President Ronnie used to sigh.

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InMarket: CJK5H, it's the bomb

If you have a great desire to purchase a purple T-shirt that has “CJK5H” on the back, head to The Varsity, an off-campus retailer of Texas Christian University merchandise.

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In Market: Reporting the news, 50 years on the job

Dallas Morning News journalist Hugh Aynesworth, with no assignment to cover the visit of President John F. Kennedy on Nov. 22, 1963, decided to take a break and go watch the motorcade through downtown Dallas.

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Oh Happy Day

Are you happy? You should be, according to new findings from a Harris Interactive survey.

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Fort Worth company finds international market is hot

A few weeks ago Doug Renfro of Renfro Foods packed up more than 500 boxes of the company’s salsa and other assorted products and shipped them out the door.

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INMARKET RadioShack: Check it out

Several months back I wrote about RadioShack, recalling the store of my youth which, similar to the comic book rack at Murphy’s Department Store at Seminary South, was a portal to a dream world.

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InMarket: Chuck Norris will let you breathe the air in his home for $1.2 million

We’ve all heard the jokes: • Chuck Norris counted to infinity - twice. • If you can see Chuck Norris, he can see you. If you can’t see Chuck Norris you may be only seconds away from death. • When the Boogeyman goes to sleep every night he checks his closet for Chuck Norris.

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InMarket: It’s Best/Worst rating time for the Texas Legislature

It’s Best/Worst rating time for the Texas Legislature

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InMarket: Shooting Star

One night my friend Dennis and I sat outside talking.

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Wendy Davis: The 15-minutes and more

Can those 15-minutes of fame take off like a rocket or what?

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InMarket: The 'killer' employee

It was National Small Business Week last week and there were the usual proclamations, pats on the back and conferences all aimed at “the 
little guy.”

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George W. Bush’s legacy is on the mend

Former President George W. Bush is enjoying another bounce in the post-presidential polls.

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Is Apple coming to Fort Worth?

Will Motorola’s Moto X be the only high-tech product assembled at Flextronic’s plant in north Fort Worth?

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InMarket: It's a blessing

Last week was a busy one in Fort Worth. Businesses were sold, re-financed and bought. One announced an IPO, another set up an IPO.

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InMarket: Becoming Dorothy

Pictures and video of the devastating tornado that tore through Moore, Okla. May 20 could not help but spark vivid memories of the “Terrible Tuesday” monster that killed 42 people, injured 1,800 and left 20,000 homeless in Wichita Falls, April 10, 1979. .

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How can we be safe from tornadoes?

Editor’s note: Joshua Wurman is an atmospheric scientist, tornado researcher and the inventor of the DOW mobile radars.

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InMarket: A visit from the Lord Mayor

One reason I enjoyed living in Washington, D.C. and going to Texas Christian University was the fact that you could meet people from all over the world.

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InMarket: Marvin Blum’s very good, maybe great week

The week of April 28-May 4 will probably remain in Marvin Blum’s memory for a long time. And well it should. .

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IN MARKET: The research commitment

When John Schetz, saw a television news account of how a highly effective and widely used drug to treat HIV was being ground up and smoked for recreational use in South Africa, he decided to find out why.

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Career Contentment: A Guide for Recent Graduates

I hate to acknowledge this, but I have noticed some steady trend among my friends, colleagues and people who are in the same stage of life as myself.

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Reality is a tough job but somebody’s got to do it

I’m a bit of a broken record when it comes to Bob Schieffer, longtime CBS correspondent, Face the Nation host and namesake of my alma mater’s journalism school.

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Reality is a tough job, but somebody's got to do it

I’m a bit of a broken record when it comes to Bob Schieffer, longtime CBS correspondent, Face the Nation host and namesake of my alma mater’s journalism school. Man crush? Maybe with all that. You add in that he plays a mean guitar and I’ll cop to it. You rock Bob.

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InMarket: Fixing the Giant

Ed Whitacre seems like a guy you could sit across from at the late, great Massey’s and discuss where to find the best chicken-fried steak.

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A soldier for freedom (of the press)

 

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Where the hip begins

Where are the least hipster cities in the country? You’re probably in one, if you’re reading this. Fort Worth rates No. 3 in the list of Ten Least Hipster Cities, according to the website Movoto.

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