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Tesla sold a record 97,000 vehicles last quarter. Now Wall Street wants to know if it’s making enough per vehicle to stem losses and create sustained profits. Wall Street analysts doubt it. Those polled by FactSet don’t expect Tesla to make even a small profit until the final three months of…

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BEIJING (AP) — Companies have welcomed a U.S.-Chinese trade truce as a possible step toward breaking a deadlock in a 15-month-old tariff war, while economists caution there was little progress toward settling core disputes including technology that threaten global growth.

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WASHINGTON (AP) — An oil and gas industry executive that Energy Secretary Rick Perry recommended as an adviser to the Ukrainian government exaggerated his military credentials, according to U.S. veterans who said he scrubbed the false information from online profiles after learning they were…

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NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Rescue crews on Sunday searched for a worker missing in the partial collapse of a New Orleans hotel that was under construction, their work proceeding cautiously amid fears about the stability of the structure, authorities said.

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NEW YORK (AP) — Shepard Smith, whose newscast on Fox News Channel seemed increasingly an outlier on a network dominated by supporters of President Donald Trump, abruptly quit after signing off his final newscast on Friday.

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AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — Former Rep. Pete Sessions' bid to get back into Congress got off to a rough start when Texas Republicans suggested he was carpetbagging.Now he has bigger problems: a federal indictment linking him to a campaign finance scheme and the Ukraine scandal at the heart of the i…

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Bed Bath & Beyond shares notched their biggest gain since March after the struggling home goods chain named a new CEO. Mark J. Tritton, a 30-year retail industry veteran and Target’s former chief merchandising officer will take charge of the Union, New Jersey-based company. During his th…

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NEW YORK (AP) — The thousands of shops that sprang up in cities and towns across the country over the past decade to sell vaping products have seen a stunning reversal of fortune, with their sales plunging in just two months amid news reports that vaping has sickened nearly 1,300 people and …

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Reserve says it will buy roughly $60 billion a month in Treasury bills through mid-2020 to inject cash into the banking system and make it easier to control overnight lending rates.

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Their tagline is “Men Women Fly Fishing Dogs” so you have to know they’re coming to Fort Worth. And they are. Venture Commercial Real Estate on Oct. 10 announced it has completed a lease for the first Orvis in Fort Worth. The outdoor lifestyle brand will occupy 6,318 square feet at 4601 West…

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STOCKHOLM (AP) — Nobel Prizes for literature were awarded Thursday to two writers enmeshed in Europe's social and political fault lines: a liberal Pole who has irked her country's conservative government and an Austrian accused by many liberals of being an apologist for Serbian war crimes.

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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Cans of beer littered the parking lot of a church of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in a Salt Lake City suburb after a crash involving a semi-trailer that was carrying cases of brew banned by the faith.

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Casey D. Saliba, Vice President of Sales & Marketing of Steinway Showrooms of North Texas and Houston, and Daniel Saliba, President of the company, have announced the opening of their new Fort Worth showroom – Steinway Piano Gallery of Fort Worth at 510 Commerce St. just west of Bass Per…

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The Board of Directors of Trinity Valley School has named Blair Lowry, currently Assistant Head of School and Provost at The Hockaday School in Dallas, to be the next head of school.

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JT Dickenson, former CEO at Justin Industries, died Oct. 7 at age 89. Dickenson became president of Justin Boot Company, then COO of Justin Industries and then CEO of Justin Industries before his retirement in 2000. He then served as president of the Justin Foundation. He was also active on …

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The city is hosting a project meeting to discuss plans and receive resident input for the Sycamore Creek Park master plan. The meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m., Monday, Oct. 24, at Sycamore Community Center, 2525 E. Rosedale St.

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DALLAS (AP) — Evidence from the trial of a former Dallas police officer convicted of killing her neighbor has fueled new questions about whether accused officers are treated differently than other suspects, including testimony that a camera in the cruiser where the officer sat after the shoo…

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NEW YORK (AP) — Critics of President Donald Trump who wonder about the tenacity of his supporters need only to spend three hours with Fox News Channel's headliners to get an idea why.

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Prosperity Bancshares Inc.(NYSE: PB), the Houston-based parent company of Prosperity Bank, on Oct. 9 announced that it has received all regulatory approvals necessary to complete its previously announced merger with LegacyTexas Financial Group Inc. (NASDAQ: LTXB), the parent company of Legac…

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The City of Fort Worth is changing how new commercial building permits can be submitted. Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, applications for new commercial building permits will only be accepted online. Accepting these permits online will save time and resources for customers and staff, according to a …

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Communication and network equipment, software and services provider Ericsson is building a new manufacturing facility to produce 5G Advanced Antenna System Radio Module products in Lewisville. Ericsson is one of the leading providers of Information and Communication Technology and has its U.…

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NEW YORK (AP) — A woman who worked at NBC News claimed that former anchor Matt Lauer raped her at a hotel while on assignment for the Sochi Olympics, an encounter the former "Today" show host claimed was consensual.

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BOSTON (AP) — A business executive and his wife, a former journalist, were each sentenced to a month in prison Tuesday for paying $125,000 to rig their daughter's college entrance exams in a scandal involving dozens of wealthy and sometimes famous parents.

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DALLAS (AP) — After days of feverish speculation, authorities said the killing of a witness who testified at the recent murder trial of a Dallas police officer had nothing to do with the closely watched case and instead resulted from a drug deal gone bad.