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Musk tweets he may take Tesla private and shares roar
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Published in 8-8-2018
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NEW YORK (AP) Tesla CEO Elon Musk announced Tuesday that he is considering taking the electric car maker private, causing the company's stock to spike. In keeping with his unorthodox style, Musk made the out-of-the blue announcement in a terse tweet. He said he may take the company private at $420 a share and already has secured funding. "Am considering taking Tesla private at $420. Funding ...>>
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H-E-B bolsters digital operations with new hire
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Published in 8-8-2018
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The San Antonio grocery chain has hired Mike Georgoff of Austin-based digital marketing firm Main Street Hub to lead the company’s digital product strategy, design and development.
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Bush Intercontinental Airport creates private areas for nursing mothers
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Published in 8-8-2018
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Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport recently opened four nursing rooms equipped with an AC and USB power outlet, table and nursing glider chairs. Most rooms comfortably accommodate three mothers at a time, additional children, changing tables and an area to temporarily store strollers.

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Perseids meteor shower is coming this weekend - here's how to watch it
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Published in 8-8-2018
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Ethan Miller/Getty Image Every year, the Perseids meteor shower peaks in mid-August. The Perseids are known both for their epic "fireballs" explosions of light and color that last longer than those from typical meteors  and for their long, streaking tails. This year, the show will be particularly great, since there's a new moon August 11, meaning there'll be practically no moonligh ...>>
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Houston home sales, prices rose in July
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Published in 8-8-2018
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Houston home prices rose to another record high as buyers snapped up more properties in July.

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Houston tops nation for construction job growth
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Published in 1-8-2018
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The Houston area added the most construction jobs in the nation during the past year, gaining 19,300 jobs through June, the Associated General Contractors of America said.

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Kean Miller expands in Texas, Louisiana by combining with energy law firm
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Published in 1-8-2018
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Kean Miller has opened offices in The Woodlands and Lafayette, La. by combining with the energy-focused law firm Dupuis & Polozola.

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Nashville beauty retailer to open Heights Mercantile store
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Published in 1-8-2018
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Lemon Laine, a natural beauty and wellness shop in Nashville, Tenn., will open a store in Heights Mercantile this fall.

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Wortham Insurance completes merger with Marsh
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Published in 1-8-2018
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Wortham Insurance, an independent insurance brokerage founded in Houston by Gus Wortham more than a century ago, is now part of New York-based Marsh.

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Houston home prices still flying high in July
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Published in 1-8-2018
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Houston home prices continued to climb in July, rising to an average of $314,775, but fell $1,688 shy of the all-time record set in June, a preliminary report showed.

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Deadline for filing Hurricane Harvey loss claims approaches
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Published in 25-7-2018
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The deadline is looming for property owners to file insurance claims for losses related to Hurricane Harvey, the Federal Emergency Management Agency announced.

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Rice, Station Houston launch summit to connect startups with Fortune 500s
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Published in 25-7-2018
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The Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship and Station Houston are going to connect emerging technology startups with Fortune 500 leaders.

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Channelview and Galveston shipyards receive grant money
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Published in 25-7-2018
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Small shipyards in Channelview and Galveston received grant money from the U.S. Department of Transportation's Maritime Administration. Gulf Copper Dry Dock & Rig Repair in Galveston was awarded $1.3 million, and Glendale Boat Works in Channelview was awarded $1.1 million.

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The Mission Cos. taps JLL to lease Energy Corridor buildings
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Published in 25-7-2018
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The Mission Cos. has enlisted JLL to handle office leasing at a collection of buildings in the Energy Corridor.

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Bakery and candy shop to open at Market Street in The Woodlands
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Published in 25-7-2018
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An upscale bakery and candy shop announced plans Wednesday to open in the Market Street -- The Woodlands shopping district this summer.

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