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New Houston Raising Cane's will be chain's 300th restaurant
Business
Published in 28-10-2016
    779 Visits

There now are 22 Raising Cane's restaurants in the Houston area, making it the company's second-largest market.

Reference: www.chron.com
MidiCi Neapolitan pizza picks Kirby Grove for Houston debut
Business
Published in 21-10-2016
    261 Visits

California-based MidiCi will kick-off in Houston at Kirby Grove, serving Neapolitan pizzas on the patio just in time for the Super Bowl.

Reference: www.chron.com
Gastar to develop wells, sell other acreage in Oklahoma
Business
Published in 21-10-2016
    906 Visits

Gastar Exploration, Inc., and a private investor have worked out an agreement for scores of wells in a high-development area of north-central Oklahoma, the company announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
Whole Foods shares fall 2.5 percent after hepatitis linked to Detroit store
Business
Published in 21-10-2016
    394 Visits

Whole Foods Market Inc. shares declined as much as 2.5 percent after the Detroit Health Department said it's investigating two cases of Hepatitis A that may be connected to one of the chain's stores.

Reference: www.chron.com
United CEO addresses technology glitches
Business
Published in 21-10-2016
    60 Visits

United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz discusses technology glitches Thursday during an interview with the Houston Chronicle.

Reference: www.chron.com
Stewart Information Services posts third-quarter gain
Business
Published in 21-10-2016
    270 Visits

Stewart Information Services Corp. reported third-quarter net income Thursday of $26.4 million, or $1.12 per diluted share, compared with a net loss of $13.5 million, or 58 cents per diluted share, for the same period a year earlier.

Reference: www.chron.com
Company: Blue collar businesses earn most and Houston is 2nd-best place for them
Business
Published in 14-10-2016
    240 Visits

Invoice2go says that among users of its app, Houston blue collar businesses scored a median monthly invoice amount of $17,219.

Reference: www.chron.com
Paul Hobby's private equity firm buys Texas Monthly assets for $25 million
Business
Published in 14-10-2016
    141 Visits

Genesis Park LP, a private equity firm founded by Paul Hobby, has agreed to buy the assets of Texas Monthly magazine for $25 million, the magazine's parent company announced.

Reference: www.chron.com
TriEagle Energy funds weather station for Kingwood school
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    572 Visits

Willow Creek Elementary's new weather station is one of five WeatherBug sites TriEagle Energy has funded across Texas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Witt O'Brien's expands Houston command center to extend global reach
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    629 Visits

To deal with a diversified and growing list of clients seeking advice on natural and man-made disasters, crisis and emergency management solutions firm Witt O'Brien's said it is expanding its Houston hub.

Reference: www.chron.com
New Crescent Real Estate fund buys first Houston-area property
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    200 Visits

Fort Worth-based Crescent Real Estate has acquired the Riverbend apartments in League City, the first Houston area asset to be acquired through its new GP Invitation Fund I.

Reference: www.chron.com
H-E-B backs campaign for Heights beer and wine sales
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    167 Visits

The dry area of the Heights roughly runs several blocks either side of Heights Boulevard, West 20th Street and North Shepherd Drive between the Katy Freeway and Loop 610.

Reference: www.chron.com
TriEagle Energy funds weather station for Kingwood school
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    664 Visits

Willow Creek Elementary's new weather station is one of five WeatherBug sites TriEagle Energy has funded across Texas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Witt O'Brien's expands Houston command center to extend global reach
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    413 Visits

To deal with a diversified and growing list of clients seeking advice on natural and man-made disasters, crisis and emergency management solutions firm Witt O'Brien's said it is expanding its Houston hub.

Reference: www.chron.com
New Crescent Real Estate fund buys first Houston-area property
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    409 Visits

Fort Worth-based Crescent Real Estate has acquired the Riverbend apartments in League City, the first Houston area asset to be acquired through its new GP Invitation Fund I.

Reference: www.chron.com


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