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Port of Houston Authority undertakes new marketing
Business
Published in 18-11-2016
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The Port of Houston Authority is now marketing itself as Port Houston and has selected a new logo. These efforts are designed to help grow and diversify the port's business with a strong brand identity and proactive market development plan.

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Wienerschnitzel inks franchise deal for 32 Houston restaurants
Business
Published in 18-11-2016
    980 Visits

The restaurants will begin appearing across the Houston area in 2017.

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Shipt expands Houston grocery delivery service area
Business
Published in 11-11-2016
    61 Visits

Areas in the expansion zone include Conroe, Dickinson, Humble, parts of Katy, La Porte, Pasadena and South Houston.

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Houston economy recovering, but real estate has a ways to go
Business
Published in 11-11-2016
    279 Visits

Houston's health care, retail and industrial markets have remained fairly strong, but the apartment and office and office sector have been hard hit.

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Fifth Ward affordable complex to see $41 million renovation
Business
Published in 11-11-2016
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The Cleme Manor Apartments in the Fifth Ward will received a $41 million boost for its first comprehensive renovation of the affordable housing property in two decades.

 

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Braun Enterprises buys Heights property near proposed H-E-B
Business
Published in 11-11-2016
    322 Visits

An affiliate of Braun Enterprises has picked up property on North Shepherd across from the proposed H-E-B store. The center, which sits on 52,305-square-feet of land at 2401 North Shepherd, will likely be a redevelopment, according to Dan Braun, president of Braun Enterprises. Marcus & Millichap handled the sale. 

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Group 1 Automotive adds ninth board member
Business
Published in 11-11-2016
    499 Visits

Houston-based Group 1 Automotive today announced the addition of a ninth member to its board of directors.

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Fall 2017 opening planned for new Baytown H-E-B
Business
Published in 4-11-2016
    365 Visits

The new 104,000-square-foot grocery store is scheduled to open in late 2017.

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Report: Developer works up new designs for Ivy Lofts project
Business
Published in 4-11-2016
    136 Visits

The project's anticipated completion date remains mid-2018.

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The Sterling Group deepens HVAC holdings by acquiring pool systems manufacturer
Business
Published in 4-11-2016
    717 Visits

PoolPak is a major manufacturer of indoor dehumidification systems for large athletic and commercial pools.

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Now debt free, Saratoga Resources 'evaluating opportunities'
Business
Published in 4-11-2016
    476 Visits

The oil and gas exploration company emerges debt free and got to keep some of its non-producing assets.

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H-E-B signs lease for Washington Avenue property
Business
Published in 4-11-2016
    610 Visits

As it seeks to build a new grocery store in the now-dry part of the Heights, documents show that H-E-B has signed a lease for property along the Washington Corridor, as well.

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Cardtronics third-quarter earnings jump 25 percent
Business
Published in 28-10-2016
    437 Visits

ATM owner and operator Cardtronics reported third-quarter net income of $27.5 million, or 60 cents per share, up 25 percent from $22 million, or 48 cents per share, during the same period in 2015, the company announced Thursday.

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Kriser's Natural Pet to open River Oaks location
Business
Published in 28-10-2016
    620 Visits

The store is the 42nd Kriser's Natural Pet location.

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Online privacy may be boosted by new FCC data rules
Business
Published in 28-10-2016
    649 Visits

The Federal Communications Commission on Thursday approved rules that require internet service providers like Comcast, AT&T and Verizon to ask customers' permission to use or share much of their data. Under the measure, for example, a broadband provider has to ask a customer's permission before it can tell an advertiser exactly where that customer is by tracking her phone and wha ...>>

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