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Weingarten Realty: "Retail comes back a lot quicker"
Business
Published in 25-10-2017
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"Generally speaking retail comes back a lot quicker than other things," Weingarten president and CEO Drew Alexander said Wednesday morning on a conference a call to discuss third-quarter earnings. "People need to replenish their closets and their freezers. Harvey was an incalculable, huge, unique amount of rain, but I do think the city and retail will rebound from it."

Reference: www.chron.com
The Motley Fool: Cash for crash?
Business
Published in 25-10-2017
    849 Visits
Ask the Fool Carry cash for the crash? Q: I'm considering selling my stocks and keeping the cash in case the market crashes so I can grab some bargains. Is that a good idea? - S.W., Jeannette, Pa. A: If you sell your stocks and the market does crash, you will have acted brilliantly. But what if the market keeps rising for a good while longer? You'll miss out on a lot of gains. No one kno ...>>
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Investment firm fined for failing to keep close tabs on adviser
Business
Published in 25-10-2017
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The Texas State Securities Board fined an investment firm operating in The Woodlands $15,000 for failing to properly supervise one of its investment advisers.

Reference: www.chron.com
NAI Partners closes out investment fund with retail purchase
Business
Published in 25-10-2017
    611 Visits

NAI Investment Fund, an investment vehicle launched by NAI Partners in 2015, has added a retail property to its portfolio with the purchase of Spring Park Village in Spring.

Reference: www.chron.com
African-American entrepreneurs recognized at 23rd annual Pinnacle Awards
Business
Published in 25-10-2017
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For the 23rd year, the Greater Houston Black Chamber recognized leading African-American entrepreneurs for their financial success as well as community service efforts at the Pinnacle Awards.

 

Reference: www.chron.com
Air New Zealand to increase frequency of Houston flight
Business
Published in 11-10-2017
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Air New Zealand will boost the frequency of its Houston-Auckland flights next summer.

Between March 25, 2018, and October 27, 2018, it will increase to a mix of daily flights and six flights per week. That will boost its capacity by 16,000 seats on the route over this period.

Reference: www.chron.com
JCPenney to add seasonal workers at upcoming hiring day
Business
Published in 11-10-2017
    277 Visits

JCPenney is hiring for the holidays. The Plano-based retailer plans to add 900 seasonal associates throughout the Houston area.  The company will host its first-ever National Hiring day Tuesday to fill nearly 40,000 seasonal positions across 875 stores.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston home sales see post-Harvey rebound
Business
Published in 11-10-2017
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Houston-area home sales bounced back in September after a double-digit decline in August when Hurricane Harvey battered the region, forcing real estate offices to close and open houses to cancel.

Reference: www.chron.com
Cornyn, Cruz write to Amazon CEO plugging Texas for new HQ
Business
Published in 11-10-2017
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Add Texas Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz to the list of cheerleaders urging Amazon to open its second headquarters in the Lone Star state.

Reference: www.chron.com
Coffee shop franchise expanding to Houston
Business
Published in 11-10-2017
    992 Visits

It's a Grind coffee house plans to open up to 10 stores in Houston over the next 5-7 years.

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Job outlook for new lawyers looks a bit brighter
Business
Published in 27-9-2017
    1039 Visits

New law school graduates may have an easier time finding law firm jobs this year.

Reference: www.chron.com
Fast-food chain Sonic reporting a possible credit card breach
Business
Published in 27-9-2017
    774 Visits

Fans of fast-food chain Sonic might want to take a second look at their credit card statements. 

Reference: www.chron.com
Harvey, Irma expected to slow 2017 home sales
Business
Published in 27-9-2017
    517 Visits

Fewer home closings in areas impacted by hurricanes Harvey and Irma will likely pull the nation's tally of homes sales in 2017 below last year's level. Pending home sales sank by 2.6 percent in August, according to a National Association of Realtors report released Wednesday.

Reference: www.chron.com
Momentum Indoor Climbing to open Heights location
Business
Published in 27-9-2017
    232 Visits

Momentum Indoor Climbing will open its second Houston-area location next month in The Heights.

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The Shoppes at Cinco Ranch adds more retailers
Business
Published in 27-9-2017
    137 Visits

New York-based Thor Equities has inked deals with Chase Bank and Hurts Donuts for locations in its new Shoppes at Cinco Ranch development in Katy.

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