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Irving businesses recognized in the 100 fastest-growing private companies in North Texas

The Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business has recognized the 100 fastest-growing private companies in North Texas in the 26th year of the Dallas 100. The Dallas 100 list features the 100 fastest-growing private companies in North Texas. SMU evaluates all nominated companies on increased growth in sales and,… Keep Reading »

City of Irving revenue opportunities

The following revenue opportunities are available from the City of Irving: 058V-17 Purchase, Service and/or Repair Transmissions 057V-17 Starter, Alternator & Electric Motor Repair & Exchange 055M-17F Professional Services for Twin Wells Golf Course Renovation Design 063V-17 Digital Media Buy Services for ICVB 059V-17 Media Monitoring/Reports & Premium Media Research Database Service for ICVB CSJ… Keep Reading »

Fluor named to Forbes JUST 100 List

Fluor Corporation (NYSE: FLR) announced that it was named to the inaugural Forbes JUST 100 list. Fluor was also ranked as the most just company in the Capital Goods category. “We are honored to make the Forbes inaugural JUST 100 list of top companies,” said David Seaton, chairman and CEO of Fluor. “The recognition reaffirms… Keep Reading »

Irving Police, Fire Departments help families with Blue Christmas

The Police and Fire Blue Christmas Organization is preparing for the season of giving. The 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization hosts a series of annual events in December to help raise funds and provide food and Christmas presents to Irving families and children in financial need. The organization, which has grown since its inception in 1979, relies… Keep Reading »

Join in the Holiday Tree Lighting Dec. 8

Join in the festivities with Irving Parks and Recreation Department as the city holiday tree is lit at 6 p.m., Dec. 8. After, stop by the free holiday lights displays at Centennial and Heritage parks, which will open to the public immediately following the tree lighting. The Centennial Park holiday lights display will be open… Keep Reading »

Irving Chamber holds ribbon cutting for Preferred Business Solutions

The Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed Preferred Business Solutions to Irving.   Presented by ICTN

Blucora moving headquarters to Texas, selling Monoprice for $40 million

  Bellevue-based Blucora is moving its headquarters to Irving, Texas, and announced it will sell its Monoprice business for $40 million, the latest moves in its shift to a financial-services technology company. The Bellevue office, which has about 35 workers, is closing in June. The “vast majority” of the employees are not moving to Texas,… Keep Reading »

Judge blocks Federal Overtime Rule

A federal judge ruled to block the implementation of the Department of Labor’s Overtime Rule, on Wednesday.  This rule would have doubled the salary threshold under which workers receive overtime pay to $47,476.  It was expected to take effect Thursday, December 1, and increase costs significantly to businesses, not-for-profits and associations.  The Irving-Las Colinas Chamber… Keep Reading »

City seeks volunteer to fill ICVB Board vacancy

  The City of Irving recently opened applications for its Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Board as the result of a vacancy. Interested applicants must be a registered voter and have been an Irving resident for at least one year. Applications will be accepted through Wednesday, Nov. 30, 2016, and interviews will be conducted Tuesday, Dec…. Keep Reading »

North Campion Trail construction update

  Projects along the northern section of Campion Trail are progressing, and joggers, cyclists and nature lovers will continue to see work completed in areas affected by floods. The work to repair infrastructure damage along sections of Campion Trail caused by floodwater releases into the Trinity River continues, and some sections of northern Campion Trail… Keep Reading »