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Panama Hotel votes to drop Trump - but his company won't go
Business
Published in 24-1-2018
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WASHINGTON - The owners of a Trump-branded hotel in Panama sued President Donald Trump's family-owned company in federal court this month, alleging that the namesake business committed mismanagement and fraud. The lawsuit includes previously confidential arbitration filings before the International Chamber of Commerce. It alleges that Trump Hotels tried to "bully, intimidate and harass" its w ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
TD Ameritrade expands after-hours trading
Business
Published in 24-1-2018
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OMAHA, Neb. - Advances in technology have already reshaped stock trading, and now investors with TD Ameritrade can trade stocks around the clock during the week. The online brokerage began expanding after-hours trading this week for a dozen popular exchange-traded funds. In recent years, live trading floors have been closed at the stock market in Hong Kong and commodity futures markets in Chicago ...>>
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Tax bill helps Kimberly-Clark plan for thousands of layoffs
Business
Published in 24-1-2018
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In the weeks since the GOP tax bill went into effect, numerous U.S. companies promised to pass their savings on to workers through bonuses and salary increases. But Kimberly-Clark, the Dallas-based maker of Kleenex, Huggies, Kotex and other consumer products, plans to use some of its windfall to cover the costs of shrinking its workforce by as much as 13 percent as it shutters factories and reorga ...>>
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Gun industry converges near Las Vegas mass shooting site
Business
Published in 24-1-2018
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The gun industry is holding its biggest annual trade show this week just a few miles from the site where a gunman slaughtered 58 concertgoers outside his high-rise Las Vegas hotel room in October using a display case worth of weapons, many fitted with bump stocks that enabled them to mimic fully automatic fire. Gun control advocates, meanwhile, pointed to the irony of the location and planned a pr ...>>
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Bank CEOs at Davos warn against repeating 2006's mistakes
Business
Published in 24-1-2018
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DAVOS, Switzerland - Bankers, politicians and CEOs trudged their way through several feet of snow in the Swiss ski resort of Davos so they could attend the World Economic Forum's annual meeting. What they found was good news about a once-ailing Europe, warnings about the financial crisis to (possibly) come, and protectionist shock waves from across the Atlantic. Is it 2006 all over again? Wit ...>>
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Business incubator for veteran-owned startups to open Houston chapter
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
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Bunker Labs, a business incubator for veteran-owned startups, is opening a Houston chapter.

At the launch event on Tuesday, past winners of the Veterans Business Battle will share their experiences. The Veterans Business Battle is an annual competition held at Rice University where investors have extended more than $2.5 million of investment offers to veteran business owners since the com ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston airports continue to see cancellations, delays from icy conditions
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    531 Visits

Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports continue to see cancellations and delays Wednesday morning, prompting officials to tell travelers to check their flight status before getting on icy roads and heading to the airport.

Reference: www.chron.com
Harvey-damaged HP and former Compaq Computer campus to be sold
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
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The last of the former Compaq Computer property is being sold, positioning the northwest Houston parcel for a new tenant or perhaps a full-scale redevelopment.

Reference: www.chron.com
Parker School Uniforms files for bankruptcy
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    807 Visits

Parker School Uniforms, an 87-year-old Houston company that closed unexpectedly during the first week of 2018, has filed for bankruptcy.

Employees still haven't received paychecks originally scheduled to be deposited on Jan. 4. According to an email the company sent employees, those "payroll obligations are now likely to be addressed by the bankruptcy court during the liquidation pro ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Chick-fil-A to open in Nassau Bay
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
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Houston's first new Chick-fil-A of 2018 will open at 1900 Nasa Parkway on Jan. 25, with the chain's signature First 100 Campout scheduled for 6 a.m. the day before.

Reference: www.chron.com
Business incubator for veteran-owned startups to open Houston chapter
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    842 Visits

Bunker Labs, a business incubator for veteran-owned startups, is opening a Houston chapter.

At the launch event on Tuesday, past winners of the Veterans Business Battle will share their experiences. The Veterans Business Battle is an annual competition held at Rice University where investors have extended more than $2.5 million of investment offers to veteran business owners since the com ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston airports continue to see cancellations, delays from icy conditions
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    313 Visits

Bush Intercontinental and Hobby airports continue to see cancellations and delays Wednesday morning, prompting officials to tell travelers to check their flight status before getting on icy roads and heading to the airport.

Reference: www.chron.com
Harvey-damaged HP and former Compaq Computer campus to be sold
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    979 Visits

The last of the former Compaq Computer property is being sold, positioning the northwest Houston parcel for a new tenant or perhaps a full-scale redevelopment.

Reference: www.chron.com
Parker School Uniforms files for bankruptcy
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    405 Visits

Parker School Uniforms, an 87-year-old Houston company that closed unexpectedly during the first week of 2018, has filed for bankruptcy.

Employees still haven't received paychecks originally scheduled to be deposited on Jan. 4. According to an email the company sent employees, those "payroll obligations are now likely to be addressed by the bankruptcy court during the liquidation pro ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Chick-fil-A to open in Nassau Bay
Business
Published in 17-1-2018
    915 Visits

Houston's first new Chick-fil-A of 2018 will open at 1900 Nasa Parkway on Jan. 25, with the chain's signature First 100 Campout scheduled for 6 a.m. the day before.

Reference: www.chron.com


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