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The Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (FWHCC) has selected Anette Landeros as the new CEO and president of the organization. She will take her post on July 15, succeeding John Hernandez.
Pearson Partners International, a global retained executive search firm, has promoted Renee Baker Arrington to the role of president and the newly created role of chief operating officer, effective June 1. She has been with the firm for 13 years, is a member of the board of directors and mos…
For Robert Kaplan, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, the biggest headwinds for U.S. growth are the country’s aging population and the slow increase in the size of the nation’s workforce.
Dunaway announced May 21 that Nova Albers has been named human resources executive and will lead that department as Dunaway continues to build out its infrastructure for growth in the State of Texas.
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) — American Airlines is accusing its mechanics and their unions of conducting an illegal work slowdown to gain leverage in contract talks, and the airline is asking a federal judge to stop the activity.
As negotiations continue between the City of Fort Worth and Firefighters Local 440 concerning terms of a third collective bargaining agreement (CBA), the Fort Worth City Council was given an informal report at Tuesday's work session.
Yohna Chambers, HR vice chancellor at Texas Christian University, was named this year's Fort Worth HR Professional of the Year on May 1 during the 2019 HR Professional of the Year event at the Fort Worth Club. Other finalists were Dionne Motal, CHRO of Civitas Senior Living, Fabiana Larese, …
A unique inter-industry partnership at the local level is taking on the challenge of bridging the middle-skills job gap while reducing poverty in Fort Worth.
John Wright of Simple Leadership Strategies in Fort Worth is interviewing individuals in top leadership roles in the area. He recently shared his interview with Wayne Carson, CEO of ACH Child and Family Services.
Lockheed Martin and Discovery Education, a leading provider of digital curriculum resources, digital content and professional development for K-12 classrooms, surprised students on April 25 at Western Hills High School with a top-secret STEM mission – to create a prototype aircraft that coul…
A lot has changed and a lot of tacos served since the original Fuzzy's Taco Shop opened near the Texas Christian University campus over 16 years ago.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Are two chief executives better than one? With Game of Thrones' Jon Snow revealing his royal lineage to his lover — and aunt — and potential rival Daenerys Targaryen during Sunday's episode, their beleaguered army at Winterfell is about to find out.
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Supreme Court is taking on a major test of LGBT rights in cases that look at whether federal civil rights law bans job discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender identity.
There's more to a millennial woman than just career development. That’s the finding of several research and focus groups. And it's something that a Fort Worth-based marketing firm hopes to tap into.
More than 70 percent of women say they’ve experienced some level of harassment on the job, and that’s a conservative estimate since many incidents go unreported.
WASHINGTON (AP) — It was never going to be easy to pull together a motley band of warrior eunuchs, Wildling anarchists, nomadic horse lords, fire-belching dragons and, most of all, north country folk who don't much like or trust outsiders.
NEW YORK (AP) — The struggle among manufacturers to fill open jobs is likely to continue because of the shrinking labor pool and growing need for workers with high-tech skills.
A new organization designed to help nonprofits select and train board members was announced by Leadership Fort Worth and United Way of Tarrant County at a crowded meeting at Lena Pope on April 9.
DALLAS (AP) — Immigration agents have arrested nearly 300 people at a North Texas technology company in what authorities say is one of the largest enforcement actions of its kind in a decade.
WASHINGTON (AP) — A surprisingly strong burst of job growth over the past year has led many economists to wonder: Where are all the workers coming from?
DALLAS (AP) — Southwest Airlines and a union representing its mechanics could be on the verge of ending a bitter, long-running labor dispute that has triggered hundreds of flight cancellations and raised safety concerns.
The Fort Worth Business Press is excited to announce a new executive education program in conjunction with MasterMinds Leadership. Four specific programs will be held over lunch in 2019, and the first of these “Lunch and Learn” sessions will be held at TopGolf in Fort Worth on March 27. This…
The University of Texas at Arlington’s record-setting growth continued with 43,939 students enrolled in the spring semester, based on numbers reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
Tarleton State University’s Texas Social Media Research Institute (TSMRI) is rolling out two new social innovation initiatives focused on basic needs and entrepreneurship in rural Texas.
DAV and RecruitMilitary will host the Dallas Veterans Job Fair this Thursday, Feb. 14, at AT&T Stadium from 11 a.m. to 3.p.m. for veterans, transitioning military personnel and military spouses.
Rep. Mark Veasey and special guest State Rep. Nicole Collier are hosting a discussion Saturday with female business leaders and activists across North Texas to discuss how women; especially women of color, can grow in the workforce and overcome gender stereotypes.
TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg says he hopes a $1 million donation for public art in Tulsa will bring needed attention to an ugly part of America's past.
NEW YORK (AP) — America's largest companies added women and minorities to their boards of directors at a faster pace over the past two years, a period when sexual harassment scandals thrust workplace equality into the spotlight, a study shows.
WASHINGTON (AP) — America's retailers, struggling to fill jobs, have been raising pay to try to keep and attract enough employees. Now, some stores want something in return: A more efficient worker.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — At Granny Shaffer's restaurant in Joplin, Missouri, owner Mike Wiggins is reprinting the menus to reflect the 5, 10 or 20 cents added to each item.
At a Special Board meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 4, 2018, the Fort Worth ISD Board of Education extended the contract of Superintendent Kent P. Scribner. This amounts to the superintendent now having a contract of five years. Under the extension, his contract will now expire on December 31, 2023.
Having recently signed its first franchise agreement in Fort Worth, The Work Lodge, a shared workspace concept based in Houston, is gearing up for national expansion with the announcement of its franchise plans.
LUBBOCK, Texas (AP) — Kliff Kingsbury was fired Sunday by Texas Tech after the former record-setting Red Raiders quarterback had a losing overall record in his six seasons as their head coach.
DALLAS (AP) — Union leaders say pilots will push American Airlines for more pay and schedule changes that they believe will reduce chronic flight delays at the world's biggest airline.
In an op-ed in the Midland paper on Sunday, a group of 17 energy related companies, including Irving’s Pioneer Natural Resources, say they have committed more than $100 million in the Permian Basin in a bid to increase private sector involvement in the area.