Loose Ends: Layoffs at City Hall, Another Win for History and Blockbuster's Still Bleeding
Speaking of, Jay Gormley reports that the City Plan Commission has opted to save a bit of forgotten history in Southern Dallas. Today, it told Ridge Property Trust that it needs to find a better option than a road that runs 60 feet in front of Jim Dodd's 104-year-old house on Ray Road. Per the commission's agenda, city staff had recommended approving RPT's plan; now, they have to go come up with a better one ...
Much like Blockbuster, which just reported its second-quarter financials -- and a 22 percent decrease in revenue. Course, Netflix reported a 22 percent jump last month; Wall Street could see this coming without the trailer. And now stock's down 20 percent in after-hours trading. Perhaps you could run to a Blockbuster and rent, oh, After Hours. Or Wall Street. Or anything?