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Published in 7-3-2018
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Sparkle Anderson has been named Houston division corporate affairs manager for the Kroger Co. Laura A. Easton has joined Houston Botanic Garden as vice president of development and marketing. Jenny Meyer has been promoted to vice president, business development at Pilko & Associates, an advisory firm that helps industrial companies control operational and environmental health and safety risks. Mar ...>>
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Report: Houston needs more 'growth' venture capital to reach its ambitious goals
Business
Published in 7-3-2018
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Houston needs more "growth" venture capital -- the kind of money that turns an idea into a company capable of being listed on the stock exchange or acquired by an established incumbent -- in order to reach its ambitious goals for creating a high-growth, high-technology startup ecosystem.

According to a report released this week by Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, ...>>

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Target raises its minimum wage to $12, expands shipping and delivery services
Business
Published in 7-3-2018
    653 Visits

Target has announced some major chances coming to its stores.

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Facts, figures show how impressive the Texas Medical Center actually is
Business
Published in 7-3-2018
    784 Visits

Since the turn of the 20th century, the Texas Medical Center has been a massive force in medicine thanks to banker and cotton trader Monroe D. Anderson of Jackson.

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Disney to personalize stays at Texas Children's Hospital
Business
Published in 7-3-2018
    132 Visits

The Walt Disney Co. is investing $100 million to personalize children's hospital stays across the nation, beginning with Texas Children's Hospital in Houston.

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Dick's halts sale of assault rifles and large magazines, raises age requirement
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    727 Visits

Dick's Sporting Goods will no longer sell assault-style rifles or high-capacity magazines in its stores and will require that any gun buyer be at least 21, actions that come in the aftermath of a Florida high school mass shooting that has reignited a national debate over gun regulations.

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Foster immigration law firm signs lease in Greenway Plaza
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    390 Visits

Foster, a prominent immigration law firm, has lease 23,049 square feet in Three Greenway Plaza for relocation of its downtown headquarters, Parkway Property Investments announced.

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Study shows how Houston struggled for cash in Hurricane Harvey aftermath
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    577 Visits

Drawing on bank transaction data collected from more than half a million local consumers, a new study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute attempts to look at exactly how hard Hurricane Harvey hit Houston's wallet, analyzing the impact on local consumers, small businesses and commerce.

Reference: www.chron.com
TechnipFMC triggers setback in Houston's sublease space progress
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    182 Visits

Houston's sublease space jumped back over the 9 million-square-foot mark after TechnipFMC put its Energy Tower II offices, totaling 376,000 square feet, on the market, NAI Partners said.

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Aliana launches new brand, plans for future communities
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    269 Visits

Aliana Development Co. is getting a new name in a change that sets the stage for additional developments beyond its 2,000-acre Aliana community in Richmond.

Reference: www.chron.com
Dick's halts sale of assault rifles and large magazines, raises age requirement
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    795 Visits

Dick's Sporting Goods will no longer sell assault-style rifles or high-capacity magazines in its stores and will require that any gun buyer be at least 21, actions that come in the aftermath of a Florida high school mass shooting that has reignited a national debate over gun regulations.

Reference: www.chron.com
Foster immigration law firm signs lease in Greenway Plaza
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    721 Visits

Foster, a prominent immigration law firm, has lease 23,049 square feet in Three Greenway Plaza for relocation of its downtown headquarters, Parkway Property Investments announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
Study shows how Houston struggled for cash in Hurricane Harvey aftermath
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    839 Visits

Drawing on bank transaction data collected from more than half a million local consumers, a new study by the JPMorgan Chase Institute attempts to look at exactly how hard Hurricane Harvey hit Houston's wallet, analyzing the impact on local consumers, small businesses and commerce.

Reference: www.chron.com
TechnipFMC triggers setback in Houston's sublease space progress
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    420 Visits

Houston's sublease space jumped back over the 9 million-square-foot mark after TechnipFMC put its Energy Tower II offices, totaling 376,000 square feet, on the market, NAI Partners said.

Reference: www.chron.com
Dick's halts sale of assault rifles and large magazines, raises age requirement
Business
Published in 28-2-2018
    132 Visits

Dick's Sporting Goods will no longer sell assault-style rifles or high-capacity magazines in its stores and will require that any gun buyer be at least 21, actions that come in the aftermath of a Florida high school mass shooting that has reignited a national debate over gun regulations.

Reference: www.chron.com


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