March 28, 2021


While the Texas economy grows, the business court system is lost in the 20th century

There comes a moment in each of our lives when we decide to actually read the invoices that we are forced to pay at the end of each month. Be it the house payment, the auto loan, or even the internet bill, there is almost always a tiny phrase that in the fine print of the legalese. No matter the obligation, the companies that have the greatest hold on our personal bank accounts are invariably designated: xyz company, a Delaware corporation.

Why Delaware? One of the tiniest states in the union. Why not New York, California or even Texas?


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New business shows strong economy and an exciting future for Waco

WACO, TX — Despite a pandemic, businesses have sustained, expanded, and some have even opened for the very first time, over the last year.

This shows Waco is holding strong after what some would describe as the worst year of their life.

Grit N’ Grace started out online over the last two years. Owner Kelly Balderrama started it just for fun as a part time job. Before the pandemic was even a thought she quit her job and her part time work turned full time.

“The pandemic was super hard, I mean I had no job, and I had this

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Unilever to remove ‘normal’ from its beauty, personal care goods | Business and Economy News

More than half the respondents of a global poll said using ‘normal’ to describe hair or skin made them feel excluded.

Unilever, the conglomerate behind Dove soap and other bath and beauty products, has said it will stop using the word “normal” on its packaging, as well as making digital alterations to the bodies and skin colour of models used in its advertising in an attempt a push to be more inclusive.

The move from the London-based company, which is one of the top advertisers in the world, comes as it tries to move beyond a backlash it has faced

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U.S. economy added just 49,000 jobs in January, signaling ongoing fragility of labor market

The economy added a meager 49,000 jobs in January and the unemployment rate fell to 6.3 percent as the size of the labor force shrank, signaling the ongoing fragility of the recovery. Economists had expected 50,000 jobs to be added and the jobless rate to remain unchanged.

January’s report, the first monthly release under President Joe Biden, is an improvement from December, which saw a reversal of 227,000 jobs. However, it does not even capture the millions of people economists estimate have dropped out of the labor force and are no longer looking for work. Nearly 18 million Americans continue

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