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Norwegian Air Shuttle announces first flight to Texas
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    579 Visits

Norwegian Air Shuttle recently announced its first flight to Texas, opting for nonstop flights to Austin instead of connecting flights through Houston's hub system.

It will offer year-round, three-weekly flights from London's Gatwick Airport to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The service begins in March 2018 and will use the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Reference: www.chron.com
DoorDash now delivers Baskin-Robbins ice cream to your door
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    407 Visits

Just in time for your summer chill treat needs, Baskin-Robbins has partnered with DoorDash to deliver ice cream products to your door.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston office occupancy expected to fall further
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    586 Visits

Houston's office market could see its occupancy rate fall to 81.6 percent by the end of this year as the market continues its sluggish recovery from the energy slump, a new report shows. Property owners are offering an average of 12 months free rent and $100 per square foot in tenant improvement allowances for long-term leases of prime space.

Reference: www.chron.com
Budweiser cans, bottles sporting special Texas label
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    64 Visits

Starting today, Budweiser has launched brewery-market inspired bottles and cans in Texas and 10 other states.

Reference: www.chron.com
Tenaris hires Avison Young to lease West Loop office building
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    1030 Visits

Tenaris has hired Avison Young to lease excess office space at its North American headquarters building at 2200 West Loop South.

Reference: www.chron.com
Norwegian Air Shuttle announces first flight to Texas
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    322 Visits

Norwegian Air Shuttle recently announced its first flight to Texas, opting for nonstop flights to Austin instead of connecting flights through Houston's hub system.

It will offer year-round, three-weekly flights from London's Gatwick Airport to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. The service begins in March 2018 and will use the Boeing 787 Dreamliner.

Reference: www.chron.com
DoorDash now delivers Baskin-Robbins ice cream to your door
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    459 Visits

Just in time for your summer chill treat needs, Baskin-Robbins has partnered with DoorDash to deliver ice cream products to your door.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston office occupancy expected to fall further
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    698 Visits

Houston's office market could see its occupancy rate fall to 81.6 percent by the end of this year as the market continues its sluggish recovery from the energy slump, a new report shows. Property owners are offering an average of 12 months free rent and $100 per square foot in tenant improvement allowances for long-term leases of prime space.

Reference: www.chron.com
Budweiser cans, bottles sporting special Texas label
Business
Published in 7-7-2017
    449 Visits

Starting today, Budweiser has launched brewery-market inspired bottles and cans in Texas and 10 other states.

Reference: www.chron.com
Port Houston sets record for containers loaded, unloaded from single ship
Business
Published in 30-6-2017
    359 Visits

Port Houston used cranes to lift a record 4,198 containers on or off the COSCO Boston ship at Barbours Cut, officials recently announced.

Executive Director Roger Guenther said the number of "container lifts" beat the previous record of 4,153 container lifts in March at Bayport Container Terminal on the Maersk Atlanta.

Reference: www.chron.com
Report: Houston rents, occupancy unchanged from earlier this year
Business
Published in 30-6-2017
    753 Visits

Despite an oversupply of rentals in Houston, occupancy came in at almost 93 percent at the end of the second quarter as demand outstripped supply. Occupancy was flat compared to the first quarter, but down 1.3 percent from a year ago.

Reference: www.chron.com
Memorial Hermann quits individual insurance business
Business
Published in 30-6-2017
    966 Visits

After wading into the individual health insurance business for the past three years, Memorial Hermann Health System confirmed this week it is abandoning the effort at the end of the year.

No health maintenance organization (HMO) or preferred provider organization (PPO) individual plans will be sold for 2018, the health system said. However, Memorial Hermann Health Plans will still offer M ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Mayor's task force lays out recommendations to foster tech startups
Business
Published in 30-6-2017
    450 Visits

This morning saw the second of two rounds of recommendations for what would help Houston grow its stock of technology companies. The first came from a task force convened by the Greater Houston Partnership, and was aimed at the business community. This one, funded by the city itself, is aimed at government action.

Reference: www.chron.com
These new projects will change the face of Midtown
Business
Published in 30-6-2017
    108 Visits

The Midtown Management District on Thursday published an update on upcoming developments in the area that will bring more than 1,200 new living units and dramatically increase density in a rapidly changing Houston neighborhood.

Reference: www.chron.com
Port Houston sets record for containers loaded, unloaded from single ship
Business
Published in 30-6-2017
    382 Visits

Port Houston used cranes to lift a record 4,198 containers on or off the COSCO Boston ship at Barbours Cut, officials recently announced.

Executive Director Roger Guenther said the number of "container lifts" beat the previous record of 4,153 container lifts in March at Bayport Container Terminal on the Maersk Atlanta.

Reference: www.chron.com


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