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Suitsupply opens 2nd Houston location in The Woodlands
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Published in 17-2-2017
    291 Visits

Suitsupply, a European menswear brand that entered the Texas market four years ago, opened in Market Street-The Woodlands. The first Houston location opened in West Ave in 2013.

Reference: www.chron.com
Davis Holdings buys Midtown office building
Business
Published in 17-2-2017
    207 Visits

Davis Holdings has purchased a two-story office building at 1500 McGowen at La Branch in Midtown. JLL represented the buyer, while Newmark Grubb Knight Frank represented the seller, Skyland Lodge Tract.

Reference: www.chron.com
Construction resumes after mishap at Hines' San Francisco tower
Business
Published in 17-2-2017
    721 Visits

Houston-based Hines said construction has resumed on its San Francisco tower where a sudden mechanical failure Wednesday halted work on the building and caused panic in the city's South of Market neighborhood.

Reference: www.chron.com
McDonald's testing crab sandwich in San Francisco area
Business
Published in 10-2-2017
    636 Visits

SAN JOSE, Calif. Following its success with garlic fries, McDonald's of the Bay Area is testing another regional favorite: a crab sandwich.

Reference: www.chron.com
Super Bowl LI sets new record for data used on Wi-Fi
Business
Published in 10-2-2017
    1017 Visits

A record 11.8 terabytes of data traversed the Wi-Fi network during Super Bowl LI, according to official numbers released Thursday by Extreme Networks, the official Wi-Fi and Wi-Fi analytics provider of Super Bowl LI.

Reference: www.chron.com
Mexico raises key rate as inflation surges, peso stumbles
Business
Published in 10-2-2017
    580 Visits

Mexico's central bank raised borrowing costs for a fourth straight meeting as President Donald Trump's election undermined the peso and fuel prices soared, sending inflation spiraling above target.

Reference: www.chron.com
Tequila billionaires reap windfall as Cuervo IPO triggers surge
Business
Published in 10-2-2017
    494 Visits

Juan Francisco Beckmann Vidal and Juan Domingo Beckmann -- the heirs to the family that controls tequila giant Jose Cuervo -- are seeing their net worth soar a day after the company carried out Mexico's biggest IPO in more than three years.

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Group 1 Automotive posts stronger 4th-quarter earnings
Business
Published in 3-2-2017
    705 Visits

Group 1 Automotive's earnings improved during the fourth quarter despite slower sales in Texas and other oil-centric markets.

 

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston private equity firm grows construction business with acquisition
Business
Published in 3-2-2017
    284 Visits

The Sterling Group owns the majority of DexKo Global. The Tie Down Engineering acquisition follows other company asset purchases in recent months.

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston isn't the most romantic city. But it loves love songs, sales show
Business
Published in 3-2-2017
    246 Visits

Houston was one of five cities where Amazon customers streamed the most love songs in 2016, according to the retailer.

Reference: www.chron.com
HFF arranges financing for Hanover Post Oak
Business
Published in 3-2-2017
    692 Visits

HFF has arranged fixed-rate financing for Hanover Post Oak, a 355-unit high-rise apartment building, on behalf of The Hanover Co.

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Mexico exports no longer just avocados, tequila
Business
Published in 3-2-2017
    77 Visits

Cars and trucks such as the Ram 1500 crew cab, Ford Fiesta and Chevrolet Trax fill U.S. dealer lots. Even while Mexico's oil production has fallen steadily, U.S. imports from Mexico increased 638 percent since 1993, just before the North American Free Trade Agreement took effect, according to the U.S. Trade Representative's office. The top-selling U.S. imports from Mexico in 2015 in ...>>

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Houston industrial market shines, while office vacancy keeps rising
Business
Published in 27-1-2017
    1053 Visits

Sustained low oil prices have had minimal impact on Houston's industrial market, which has a limited pipeline of new projects and strong demand from e-commerce related occupants such as Amazon and FedEx. Industrial vacancy is projected to fall, while the local office vacancy rate will peak in 2017 or 2018, according to Newmark Grubb Knight Frank's 2017 Houston real estate forecast.

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Sam's Club opens in Valley Ranch Town Center
Business
Published in 27-1-2017
    910 Visits

Sam's Club has opened in Valley Ranch Town Center, a mixed-use project of The Signorelli Co. at U.S. 59 and the Grand Parkway in New Caney. Sam's Club joins Academy Sports + Outdoors and Party City in the 505,000-square-foot first phase of 240-acre Valley Ranch Town Center, which is nearly complete.

Reference: www.chron.com
Pro Football Hall-of-Famer Eric Dickerson to launch BBQ brand at Super Bowl LI
Business
Published in 27-1-2017
    942 Visits

Fans participating in Super Bowl LI-related activities will have chances to sample Eric Dickerson's EDQ brand barbecue at events at Minute Maid Park, George R. Brown Convention Center and NRG Park

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