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Kohl’s to open 83 hours straight for last-minute Christmas shoppers
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Published in 19-12-2018
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Kohl's will again keep its doors open for 83 hours straight to accommodate last-minute Christmas shoppers.

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McDermott International leases entire Energy Corridor office tower
Business
Published in 19-12-2018
    388 Visits

McDermott International has signed a 16-year lease for Energy Center Five, an 18-story tower at 915 North Eldridge Parkway.

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United upgrade at Bush airport aims to reduce waits for baggage
Business
Published in 19-12-2018
    643 Visits
United Airlines will spend more than $300 million on a new baggage system at Bush Intercontinental Airport to speed up bag delivery and handle an increasing number of travelers. The current system for Terminals C and E moves an average of 26,000 bags each day. During peak flying times, such as the holidays, the system can handle 40,000 to 45,000 bags a day. This volume is strainin ...>>
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Lawsuit blames East Texas deer deaths on natural gas pipeline
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Published in 19-12-2018
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A new lawsuit claims that a pair of leaks along a natural gas pipeline killed nearly 40 trophy deer on a ranch northeast of Houston.
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Winston & Strawn signs lease in downtown's Capitol Tower
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Published in 19-12-2018
    334 Visits

Winston & Strawn has signed a lease in downtown's Capitol Tower, Skanska announced. The office portion of the downtown Houston building is now 81 percent leased.

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Houston airports expect more than 3.7M holiday travelers
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Published in 12-12-2018
    1017 Visits

The Houston Airport System is anticipating more than 3.7 million travelers this holiday season.

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In booming job market, workers are 'ghosting' their employers
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Published in 12-12-2018
    681 Visits
Economists report that workers are starting to act like millennials on Tinder: They're ditching jobs with nary a text. "A number of contacts said that they had been 'ghosted,' a situation in which a worker stops coming to work without notice and then is impossible to contact," the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago noted in December's Beige Book, which tracks employment trends. Na ...>>
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H-E-B grocery-anchored Kingwood Place project set to break ground
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Published in 12-12-2018
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Austin-based Stratus Properties will soon break ground on Kingwood Place, an H-E-B-anchored mixed-use project at U.S. 59 and Northpark Drive in Kingwood.

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Survey: Fewer Americans getting raises
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Published in 12-12-2018
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The United States is basking in a historically low unemployment rate of 3.7 percent, but fewer of those gainfully employed workers are getting raises, according to a survey by Bankrate.com.

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Construction data giants Metrostudy and Meyers Research merging
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Published in 12-12-2018
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Metrostudy and Meyers Research -- competitors in the residential construction data and consulting industry -- are merging as part of a larger acquisition and consolidation by MidOcean Partners, a New York private equity firm.

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What are the most common questions for the bar association's LegalLine?
Business
Published in 5-12-2018
    475 Visits

The Houston Bar Association provided a list of the three most common questions asked at its LegalLine sessions, which offer free legal advice from volunteer attorneys. The sessions are typically hosted on the first and third Wednesdays of the month.

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Noon Mediterranean restaurants to convert to Daphne's brand
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Published in 5-12-2018
    476 Visits

The Houston region's two Noon Mediterranean restaurants will change to Daphne's Mediterranean name next year.

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Houston commuter costs rank among highest in nation
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Published in 5-12-2018
    812 Visits

Houston-area drivers will spend an average of $174,314 on gasoline and vehicle maintenance costs associated with commuting over a lifetime, making the Bayou City the second most expensive place for commuters behind Atlanta and just ahead of Dallas, a new report by EducatedDriver.org showed.

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Marathon Oil heading to west Houston digs
Business
Published in 5-12-2018
    254 Visits

After more than three decades in a Galleria-area skyscraper, Marathon Oil Corp. plans to relocate its office to a new building in west Houston when its current lease expires in late 2021.

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Royal Caribbean to build nearly $100M cruise terminal in Galveston
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Published in 5-12-2018
    439 Visits

Royal Caribbean expects to bring some of its largest ships to Galveston after investing close to $100 million to build a new cruise terminal at the Port of Galveston.

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