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Sammons Renewable Energy to invest $241 million in SolarCity

Sammons Renewable Energy announced a $241 million cash equity deal with Solar City last week.

Abbott names three to serve on Red River Authority Board

The Governor's office has appointed Todd Boykin and reappointed Jerry Bob Daniel and Wilson Scaling to the Red River Authority of Texas Board of Directors.

POWERHANDZ to be sold through Walmart, Dick’s Sporting Goods websites

The popular athletic training products from POWERHANDZ Inc. will now be sold through Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods online.

New Braunfels welcomes Dickey’s Barbecue Pit

Texas native and Dickey's Barbecue Pit lover, Kenny Elliott, opens a Dickey's restaurant in New Braunfels.

Average interest rates on credit cards rise in national suvey

The national credit card average APR reaches a record level of 15.29 percent following an increase in interest rate levels by the Federal Reserve.

FTA provides update on Fort Worth's TEX Rail project

The 27-mile commuter line to connect downtown Fort Worth with DFW; will bring opportunities to the Fort Worth area.

Western Rim Property Services meets expectations of discerning renters

Marcus Hiles, Texas-based real estate developer, explains why Western Rim Property Services works to meet the new expectations of discerning renters.

Advocates for forfeiture reform anticipate legislative action

Advocates calling for reform of forfeiture laws are hopeful, if not confident, substantial changes will emerge from the upcoming session of the Texas Legislature.

Abbott taps 3 for state employees' charitable programs committee

Three individuals were recently appointed to the State Employee Charitable Campaign Policy Committee by Gov. Greg Abbott. 

Huntsman's sale of European surfactants business complete

Texas-based Huntsman Corp. completed the sale of its $225 million European surfactants business last week to Innospec, Inc.

Georgia investor purchases Las Colinas office tower

One of the largest property owners in Las Colinas purchased a well-known Irving office tower.

Business coalition warns bathroom bill would cost state millions

Keep Texas Open for Business and Texas Association of Business are against Senate Bill 6, which mirrors North Carolina’s HB 2 bill.

Patel Law Firm acquires Las Colinas office building

The law firm and closing office for Fidelity National Title will soon move into the Las Colinas Urban Center after a major upgrade to a downtown office building.

Enrollment open for Emerging Leaders Training

U.S. Small Business Administration's 2017 Emerging Leaders Training Initiative is now accepting trainee applications in Irving - Las Colinas county.

Austin tops NerdWallet's list of best places for job seekers

NerdWallet releases its top 10 cities for job seekers list, revealing Texas and North Carolina have growing opportunities for those seeking employment in 2017.

Marcus Hiles continues to lead Dallas’ real estate market

Marcus Hiles' Western Rim continues to take over the upscale real estate market in the northern suburbs of the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex.

Commercial growth contributes to improved quality of life in Irving

Numerous commercial and residential developers are jumping at the chance of following the yellow brick road to Irving -- The Emerald City of North Texas.

Senior Helpers of Greater San Antonio celebrates ribbon-cutting

Senior Helpers of Greater San Antonio hosted a ribbon-cutting last month at its location at 4837 Fredericksburg Road.

Board members visit renovated Children’s Hospital of San Antonio

In celebration of the facility's state-of-the-art renovation, the Children’s Hospital of San Antonio Board of Directors hosted its December meeting at the facility.

Texas Organ Sharing Alliance names Nespral new CEO

The Texas Organ Sharing Alliance, which works with families in Central and South Texas to provide organ donations, will now be led by Dr. Joseph Nespral.

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