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Analysis: It’s hard to make good pandemic policy if the Texas data is fuzzy

By Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune Sept. 16, 2020 "Analysis: It’s hard to make...

COMMENTARY: Discomfort and opportunity: Public Engagement in a COVID-19 World

BROOKE GOGGANS and TOM STALLINGS The pandemic has created massive change and discomfort but it also...

Commentary: Student Success is OUR Success

MATTIE PARKER and JAY McCALL  Throughout the country, school leaders, parents and families are making difficult decisions concerning the safety of re-opening...

Labor Day celebrates earning a living, but remember what work really means

Richard Gunderman, Indiana University The impact of the COVID-19...

Nearly two centuries ago, a QAnon-like conspiracy theory propelled candidates to Congress

Sophie Bjork-James, Vanderbilt University Marjorie Taylor Greene’s Republican congressional...

Richard Connor: In a world where words can comfort, these losses hurt

Richard Connor: In a world where words can comfort, these losses hurt

Around the time we all began to realize that COVID-19 was real, deadly and about to get much worse, that our patterns of life needed to change and would change whether we liked it or not, I was entering my own mental wasteland.

I often look to memorable quotations for inspiration and comfort, and as I confronted the looming toll of the pandemic on our lives and livelihoods, one such quote came to mind:

In Market: Take it away, Katie!

When Asleep at the Wheel takes the stage on Sept. 11 as the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra opens the 2020-2021...

Commentary: What Businesses Don’t Understand About Recruiter Bias When It Comes to Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

By Allison Silveus Recently, I came across an article titled Talent Isn’t ‘Human Capital’: Why This D&I Recruiter Won’t...

Perryman: Federal Reserve policy shift is a big deal

Even if inflation trends upward and rises above 2%, the new Fed policy permits it to not immediately tighten interest rates to...

Liz Weston: Some remote workers may be in for tax surprise

By LIZ WESTON of NerdWallet If the pandemic caused you to relocate across state lines, even temporarily, the next surprise could be...

Commentary: Economic development sales tax has added 1.2 million Texas jobs

By M. Ray Perryman Texas has been one of the strongest performing states in the U.S. for a number...

In Market: This Texas writer has a pandemic message for us all

“Just a reminder that when Shakespeare was quarantined because of the plague, he wrote 'King Lear.' ” —Rosanne Cash, on Twitter, March 2020... No pressure Rosanne. Thanks...

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Fort Worth eye medication firm acquired for $225M

Fort Worth-based Eyevance Holdings LLC, founded in 2017 to provide medication to eye doctors, has been acquired by Santeen Holdings LLC for...

Crescent acquires luxury hotel in Metro Atlanta market

Crescent Real Estate LLC on Sept. 17 announced it has  acquired The Hotel at Avalon, a 330-room luxury hotel located in the...

Texas A&M Law professor recalls Ginsburg’s impact

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a towering women’s rights champion who became the court’s second female justice, died Friday at her home...

Can Trump and McConnell get through the 4 steps to seat a Supreme Court justice in just 6 weeks?

Caren Morrison, Georgia State University United States Supreme Court...