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Enterprise Products withdraws offer to buy Williams Cos.
Business
Published in 9-9-2016
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Houston-based Enterprise Products Partners said Thursday it withdrew an offer to buy the Williams Cos. pipeline giant after speculation reached Wall Street.

Reference: www.chron.com
More student housing coming to UH, TSU area
Business
Published in 2-9-2016
    528 Visits
Students can sign up as a group or ask to be matched with a roommate based on questionnaires collected by Aspen Heights Partners. Common areas consist of pools, lounges for both studying and gaming, tanning booths, fitness centers and outdoor recreation areas. Dallas-based Fountain Residential Partners is working on its third off-campus project totaling more than 1,300 beds near UH since 2013. ...>>
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Futuristic crown for lease atop Memorial Hermann Tower
Business
Published in 26-8-2016
    682 Visits

The top six floors of the 33-story Memorial Hermann building at Memorial City is for lease for the first time.

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Uber reportedly lost $1.2 billion in first half of 2016
Business
Published in 26-8-2016
    490 Visits

In the first quarter of this year, Uber lost about $520 million before interest, taxes, depreciation and amortization, according to people familiar with the matter. In the second quarter the losses significantly exceeded $750 million, including a roughly $100 million shortfall in the U.S., those people said. That means Uber's losses in the first half of 2016 totaled at least $1.27 billion. ...>>

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Well ahead of holiday season, H-E-B launches layaway option
Business
Published in 26-8-2016
    1050 Visits

San Antonio-based grocery retailer H-E-B has announced that layaway accounts will be available through mid-December at its large-format stores.

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Texas law restricting craft brewers declared unconstitutional
Business
Published in 26-8-2016
    706 Visits

A judge in Austin has declared a 2013 law that made it illegal for Texas craft brewers to sell territorial rights to distribute their beers is unconstitutional.

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Randalls hopes upgraded Midtown Houston store draws shoppers
Business
Published in 19-8-2016
    192 Visits

Randalls officially unveiled its revamped Midtown grocery store Wednesday, showing off months of work aimed at luring more shoppers.

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Stage Stores reports lower 2Q sales, income
Business
Published in 19-8-2016
    761 Visits

Stage Stores, Inc., on Thursday reported a dip in second-quarterly earnings, citing low oil prices and a weak Mexican peso in its border markets that added to a "challenging retail environment."

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Report: Gap widens between renters and homeownership
Business
Published in 19-8-2016
    719 Visits

Slipping homeownership rates could exacerbate the economic divide in the U.S. The decline comes as rents are climbing and the cost of owning a home is sinking, a report from San Francisco-based Apartment List suggests.

The homeownership rate in Houston fell from 64.5 percent to 59.2 percent from 2007 to 2016, according to the census data analyzed by Apartment List. The drops were the l ...>>

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Houston apartment rents drop most among major metro areas
Business
Published in 12-8-2016
    894 Visits

Houston topped a list of metros with the biggest declines in rent, according to a new study by apartment listing firm Abodo. Rents in Minneapolis rose most, with the average one-bedroom costing $1,368 per month, a 14% increase. Rents in Nashville, Portland and Atlanta also rose by double digits.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas company recalls beef sold at H-E-B stores
Business
Published in 12-8-2016
    966 Visits

A Texas beef company recalled 60,350 pounds of its ground beef products contaminated by metal that were distributed to H-E-B, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
United introduces new security protection for MileagePlus accounts
Business
Published in 12-8-2016
    342 Visits

United Airlines is releasing a new security measure to protect its MileagePlus members who may not have created different passwords for their banking, airline or social media accounts.

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People in Business
Business
Published in 12-8-2016
    1070 Visits
Academy Sports & Outdoors has named Michelle J. Gloeckler executive vice president, chief merchandising officer and president of Academy International Ltd., the company's global sourcing entity. Joseph Scarborough has joined Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam as a project manager responsible for planning, design and construction management of marine and waterfront structures in the municipal and coa ...>>
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Houston apartment rents drop most among major metro areas
Business
Published in 12-8-2016
    391 Visits

Houston topped a list of metros with the biggest declines in rent, according to a new study by apartment listing firm Abodo. Rents in Minneapolis rose most, with the average one-bedroom costing $1,368 per month, a 14% increase. Rents in Nashville, Portland and Atlanta also rose by double digits.

Reference: www.chron.com
Texas company recalls beef sold at H-E-B stores
Business
Published in 12-8-2016
    461 Visits

A Texas beef company recalled 60,350 pounds of its ground beef products contaminated by metal that were distributed to H-E-B, according to a U.S. Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service ...>>

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