The new dump for low-level radioactive waste in west Texas will help relieve an overburdened site in Utah, the Salt Lake Tribune reports.
Karl Rove's Super PAC netted $30.5 million—more than half of its total donations—from three Texan titans.
If you build it, will they come dump their nuclear waste? Not necessarily, as Dallas billionaire Harold Simmons is learning.
Houston and Dallas are sixth and seventh, respectively, in a new survey charting where "ultra-high net worth individuals," or people worth at least $30 million, live.
The giant of internet retail will start collecting taxes on Texas purchases in July, and has promised Comptroller Susan Combs it will make $200 million in capital investments in the state.
The press shy billionaire calls Karl Rove his "personal political muse" and reveals why he's bent on defeating President Barack Obama.
Vince Young on Dancing with the Stars, Whole Foods ends rumors of a Monsanto buyout, and Harold Simmons will make it rain for Republicans.
The feud between billionaire Harold Simmons and his daughters is worthy of Shakespeare.