Dallas-based Blockbuster has its problems; so noted. But Grapevine-based GameStop's doing all right, all right, all right for itself: Today, the seller of video game stuffs posted ginormous second-quarter income figures -- $57.2 million, or damned near three times what it brought in this time last y ... More >>
The New York Post is reporting this morning that Home Solutions of America, which is HQ'd on Dragon Street, is in considerable trouble with the government and a major stock market. Turns out that HSA -- which has "big plans for the New York real-estate market," reports the paper -- is being investig ... More >>
That's what Radar Online is reporting, so we're taking it with a pillar of salt. Nonetheless, says here that "the tech entrepreneur and Dallas Mavericks owner is set to offer $625 million to buy the Chicago Cubs from Tribune Co., according to a source familiar with the matter. 'Mark is desperate to ... More >>
Today's the day The Dallas Morning News sets its "voluntary" buyout list: Staffers have till 5:30 p.m. to withdraw their acceptances, which some folks have done and others are contemplating as the end draws near. But there's at least one person in this world high on Belo, and his name ain't Robert D ... More >>
Tomorrow morning, Belo Corp. will announce its first-quarter results, and at least one person on the street (OK, TheStreet.com) doesn't think the news for News' owner is gonna be good. How could it, asks Sandy Brown, when: "The owner of the Dallas Morning News and regional TV and newspaper assets ... More >>
Channel 11 and the Star-Telegram join forces against Channel 8 and the Morning News
New York-based Edison Schools flunked out with trying to privatize Sherman's public schools. Why should things be any different in Dallas?
Harvey Kronberg, the Avis of Austin political reporters, tries harder with Web gossip