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What would higher mortgage rates mean for Houston housing?
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Published in 2-1-2019
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Over 70 percent of Houston homes are affordable to a median-income household, according to Zillow. If mortgage rates rise to 5.5 percent, that share would drop to 65 percent.

Reference: www.chron.com
Stroopwafels to make comeback on United flights
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Published in 2-1-2019
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United Airlines in January will bring back stroopwafels on flights departing before 9:45 a.m.

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Fed reports growth in the state's service sector slowed in December
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Published in 2-1-2019
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Growth in the state's service sector slowed in December, a signal that economic expansion in Texas is decelerating, according to a report by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas.

Reference: www.chron.com
Launch Trampoline Park eyes Houston for expansion
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Published in 2-1-2019
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Launch Trampoline Park is planning to open two locations in the Houston area.

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BoyarMiller acquires probate and estate litigation firm
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Published in 2-1-2019
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BoyarMiller, a mid-size business law and litigation firm, has expanded its litigation capabilities through the acquisition of Houston-based Young, Graves & Burt, a probate and estate litigation firm.

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Job prospect goes south over reported $40 debt, lawsuit says
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Published in 26-12-2018
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Three years ago, James Rohn discovered that he owed a $40 gas bill to CenterPoint Energy, and promptly paid it. The Houston resident thought that was that until he applied for job at a bank in March. The bank did a credit check and found that the long-paid bill was still being reported on a credit report as a delinquency. Rohn not only failed to get the job, but has had to keep f ...>>
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The best chain we ate at all year was a cult-favorite Texas taco chain that's trying to take over America
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Published in 26-12-2018
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Hollis Johnson/Business Insider After a year filled with fast-food consumption, a few chains rise above the rest. The one chain to rule them all: Torchy's, a taco chain with a cult following in Texas.  As we look back at 2018, we decided we said it best the first time: "We weren't disappointed by a single thing, except for the fact that there is not one in New York City."  Here is ...>>
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Home-price growth slows for the seventh month straight
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Published in 26-12-2018
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Home-price growth has slowed for the seventh consecutive month, according to the latest S&P CoreLogic Case-Shiller National Home Price Index.

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Brent bounces back after brief dip below $50 a barrel
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Published in 26-12-2018
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Brent crude recovered after dipping below $50 a barrel for the first time since July 2017 on the strength of a rebound by U.S. stocks and a hint that OPEC and its partners could meet again to discuss output curbs.

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Early holiday shopping numbers are on track to break season records
Business
Published in 26-12-2018
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Santa Claus has come to town. And to your mall. And to your phone, computer, tablet and email.

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Kohl’s to open 83 hours straight for last-minute Christmas shoppers
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Published in 19-12-2018
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Kohl's will again keep its doors open for 83 hours straight to accommodate last-minute Christmas shoppers.

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McDermott International leases entire Energy Corridor office tower
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Published in 19-12-2018
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McDermott International has signed a 16-year lease for Energy Center Five, an 18-story tower at 915 North Eldridge Parkway.

Reference: www.chron.com
United upgrade at Bush airport aims to reduce waits for baggage
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Published in 19-12-2018
    209 Visits
United Airlines will spend more than $300 million on a new baggage system at Bush Intercontinental Airport to speed up bag delivery and handle an increasing number of travelers. The current system for Terminals C and E moves an average of 26,000 bags each day. During peak flying times, such as the holidays, the system can handle 40,000 to 45,000 bags a day. This volume is strainin ...>>
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Lawsuit blames East Texas deer deaths on natural gas pipeline
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Published in 19-12-2018
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A new lawsuit claims that a pair of leaks along a natural gas pipeline killed nearly 40 trophy deer on a ranch northeast of Houston.
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Winston & Strawn signs lease in downtown's Capitol Tower
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Published in 19-12-2018
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Winston & Strawn has signed a lease in downtown's Capitol Tower, Skanska announced. The office portion of the downtown Houston building is now 81 percent leased.

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