The Dallas Regional Chamber said that at the end of last year, 23% of small businesses in Dallas were forced to close, while 26% of businesses closed in Fort Worth.
The virtual recovery centers opened by the SBA will give business owners, homeowners, renters and non-profits a chance to get some federal money so they can build again following the devastation of the winter storm.
During a roundtable discussion with Dallas small business owners, Gov. Abbott talked about fostering business growth, calling small businesses the backbone of the Texas economy.
The Texas Restaurant Association says somewhere between 10,000 and 12,000 restaurants have closed in the state since March of this year. And while another round of federal relief is on the way, the damage to the industry could take years to repair.
Starting this weekend, people under the age of 18 must be with an adult while shopping or walking around the Hulen Mall in Fort Worth.
The pandemic has taken a toll on several businesses throughout the country, in the worst way.While many have continued to fight, others have had no choice, but to shut down operations.
Mayor Eric Johnson announced a new task force aimed at bringing more self-starters into the city.
DFW business owners want to remind you this year that shopping small is more important than ever.
Code enforcement in Fort Worth is on standby in case bars or restaurants are not following COVID-19 protocols.
A Northeast Dallas baker has been delighting the neighborhood with its tasty confections, although battered and boarded up after what appears to be a freak accident.
A customer left a $3,000 tip for a single beer as a restaurant voluntarily closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The press of the pandemic has been pushing hard against the dry cleaning industry. One report says sales are going to plummet in 2020, and many stores won't survive.
Tarrant County announced it will allow bars to reopen at 50 percent capacity.
While Texas bars learned Thursday that they will have to remain closed, many bars are still finding ways to open.
Most businesses and restaurants across the state can expand their capacity now that the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations has decreased.
Leaders from some of America’s largest companies signed an open letter to Congress urgently calling for lawmakers to help small businesses.
It may be years before Downtown Dallas hotels rebound to pre-pandemic heights. That's at least the belief of one hotel leader.
We've seen time and time again businesses struggling to survive during the pandemic. But for some owners, the past few months have been surprisingly profitable.
Many business owners are keeping a close eye on budgets and the future.
An Arlington 7-Eleven owner is setting sales records within the African-American community.