IRVING – At the end of the 1988 NFL season, the Dallas Cowboys were looking at fourth and long without much time on the clock. The team had gone 3-13 and watched attendance drop for the fifth consecutive year. Then came Jerry Jones.
FORT WORTH – George Banke and wife, Betty, founded Banke Racing Works, a little Fort Worth company that is quickly building one of the biggest names in custom-made bicycles in Texas and the Southwest. Their clients have included enthusiasts to competitive world class athletes.
IRVING – For 11 seasons Robert Newhouse pounded the lines of the opposition at Texas Stadium. Today, Newhouse is back on offense with the Cowboys. But this time, as a representative in ticket sales and promotions.
WASHINGTON – For years, pension funds have been among the more sacrosanct of the sacred cows grazing on Capitol Hill. But in the 104th Congress, sacred cows, including pension funds, are being herded toward change.
WASHINGTON — United Parcel Service is a model of corporate success its profitability anchored on the use of part-time workers. But now that strategy is under attack in a strike where a key Teamsters demand is that UPS make more workers full-time.
FORT WORTH – Garth Brooks, Randy Travis and Vince Gill have all kicked some life into a country music craze that has helped John Justin Jr. sell boots. But never underestimate the value of a former astronaut named Maurice Minnifield of Cicely, Alaska.