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The Dallas Morning News

Dallas, TX, United States

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Past articles by Dom:

Encompass Health details spinoff of $1 billion Dallas home health care business Enhabit

Dallas will gain a new publicly traded health care company when the deal is complete. → Read More

Cinemark among few showing dubious 2020 election fraud documentary ‘2000 Mules’

Right wing cable networks Fox News and Newsmax have shied away from showing the film thus far. → Read More

GameStop launches crypto wallet for ethereum and NFTs on Google Chrome

The company’s leadership is banking on crypto and other non-gaming hardware as it looks to the future. → Read More

AT&T shareholders vote against political activity accountability report

Watchdog groups say the company’s political gifts to far-right politicians are a risk to its reputation with consumers. → Read More

‘Comeback city’: Dallas tourism industry celebrates convention center expansion, recovery

VisitDallas CEO Craig Davis described the industry as “embarking on a rapid comeback from the pandemic.” → Read More

Texas Instruments breaks ground in Sherman, commits to $30 billion and four chip plants

The Biden administration has positioned developments like TI’s planned four-factory campus in Sherman as critical to the future of the U.S. economy. → Read More

When will car-buying in Dallas-Fort Worth return to normal? Don’t count on it this year

D-FW dealers who thought 2022 would bring reprieve face immense uncertainty surrounding inventory shortages. → Read More

GameStop fills vacant COO seat with Belk chief executive

The original meme stock company has a new retail executive overseeing its operations. → Read More

Six Flags ends unlimited meal pass exploited in viral TikTok videos

The theme park operator is ending and rethinking several of its existing membership deals as part of a new pricing strategy. → Read More

Mini golf with a ‘nightclub’ vibe? Puttshack plans its first D-FW location in Addison

The new ‘eatertainment’ venue will join a packed crowd of golf-centric entertainment centers in North Texas. → Read More

15% of Texas pandemic unemployment claims flagged as potentially fraudulent

Bad actors have targeted unemployment systems nationwide over the course of the pandemic. → Read More

Amazon begins installing charging stations in North Texas for electric delivery fleet

Troubled EV-maker Rivian is supposed to supply thousands of vehicles this year for the company’s electrified fleet. → Read More

Dak-backed Plano smart gym startup OxeFit boosts total funding to $35 million

Los Angeles Rams’ Jalen Ramsey and pro golfer Dustin Johnson join Dak Prescott with investments in OxeFit. → Read More

Match Group defied calls to abandon Russia amid invasion. Now it’s paying

The invasion is now one of the largest headwinds anticipated to drag down revenue this quarter. → Read More

Match CEO Shar Dubey stepping down this month

Dubey will be replaced by Zynga CEO Bernard Kim. → Read More

Frito-Lay will begin an $8.3 million renovation of its Arlington facility this week

The work will include improvements to one of the company’s factories that produces its bean dip. → Read More

HBCU app connecting students to advisers relocates to McKinney from California

Students that use the HBCU HUB app can apply for scholarships and connect with coaches and admissions recruiters around the country. → Read More

How one North Texas employer is repurposing office space left vacant by remote work policy

Johnson Controls-Hitachi moved to a hybrid work policy over the pandemic, leaving the company with unused space in Irving. → Read More

Texas Instruments braces for 10% revenue hit from China lockdowns

The Dallas-based chipmaker dodged questions about whether the situation in China would exacerbate computer chip shortages. → Read More

Six Flags will hire 15,000 across the U.S. for seasonal jobs this week, testing teen labor force

The teen labor force saw a historic drop last summer as students opted to remain out of the seasonal workforce. → Read More