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H-E-B backs campaign for Heights beer and wine sales
Business
Published in 7-10-2016
    506 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
Study dubs Houston a global 'knowledge capital'
Business
Published in 30-9-2016
    246 Visits

"Redefining Global Cities," a study by the Brookings Institution, lists Houston as one of 19 world "knowledge capitals."

Reference: www.chron.com
Trademark Property hired for mixed-use project in Katy
Business
Published in 30-9-2016
    617 Visits

Trademark Property Co., developer of Market Street The Woodlands, has been tapped to create a mixed-use town center on a prime parcel in the Katy area.

Reference: www.chron.com
Study dubs Houston a global 'knowledge capital'
Business
Published in 30-9-2016
    758 Visits

"Redefining Global Cities," a study by the Brookings Institution, lists Houston as one of 19 world "knowledge capitals."

Reference: www.chron.com
Trademark Property hired for mixed-use project in Katy
Business
Published in 30-9-2016
    261 Visits

Trademark Property Co., developer of Market Street The Woodlands, has been tapped to create a mixed-use town center on a prime parcel in the Katy area.

Reference: www.chron.com
Burlington to open 5th Houston store
Business
Published in 23-9-2016
    592 Visits

Burlington Stores, the family apparel retailer, has scheduled a Sept. 30 opening for its newest Houston-area store.

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Houston Randalls store works with Quest to provide medical tests
Business
Published in 23-9-2016
    917 Visits

Grocery shopping convenience has gone to the next level at one Houston-area Randalls store, where shoppers also now can get medical tests done.

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Jury finds man guilty of defrauding investors
Business
Published in 23-9-2016
    886 Visits
A federal jury in Houston found a local businessman guilty of defrauding investors through a Ponzi-scheme that promised returns of at least 20 percent by investing in crude oil futures. Christopher Donrick Daley, 32, was found guilty of three counts of wire fraud and one count of mail fraud during a two-day trial this week. Daley, who operated a company called the Del-Mair Group, told investors ...>>
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Dairy farmers think almond milk is bogus, but Americans love it
Business
Published in 16-9-2016
    385 Visits

Milk, the kind from cows, is still Americans' favorite complement to a peanut-butter-and-jelly sandwich. But it's feeling the heat from milk, the kind from almonds.

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U.S. retail sales slump 0.3 percent, ending 4 months of gains
Business
Published in 16-9-2016
    467 Visits

WASHINGTON (AP) U.S. shoppers retreated in August, cutting back their spending at auto dealers, furnishers and building material stores to depress overall retail sales after four straight monthly gains. Rising incomes and job growth have trickled into consumer spending, supporting economic growth even as a strong dollar and low energy prices have hurt the U.S. industrial sector. Sales also f ...>>

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Houston charter gets permission to fly to Cuba
Business
Published in 16-9-2016
    385 Visits

Million Air Charter, a subsidiary of the Houston-based Million Air fixed-base operator company, has received government approval to fly directly to Cuba.

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National Vision adds 2 America's Best stores in Houston
Business
Published in 16-9-2016
    911 Visits

National Vision has opened two America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses stores in the Houston market as part of the affordable eye care chain's expansion.

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Houston housing is a bargain, according to Coldwell Banker
Business
Published in 9-9-2016
    523 Visits

The average prices in 19 of Houston's 20 local regions tracked were less than the national average of $320,120. Only Montgomery was higher.

Reference: www.chron.com
Government sues Goodman over fire risk of AC, heating units
Business
Published in 9-9-2016
    578 Visits
Goodman Co., the Houston-based maker of air conditioning and heating systems, agreed to pay the federal government a $5.5 million penalty to settle allegations that it delayed reporting fire hazards and misrepresented the extent of the problem in its air conditioners and heaters, authorities said Thursday. The suit accused Goodman of not promptly telling safety regulators about fire risks posed b ...>>
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Credit card sensation: The hottest new plastic is metal
Business
Published in 9-9-2016
    930 Visits

The Chase Sapphire Reserve Card has become the hottest card on the market just two weeks after being introduced, even though it came out during the slow, end-of-summer period, it carries a hefty $450 annual fee, and JPMorgan Chase spent nothing on advertising it.

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