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Emirates brings behemoth A380 back to Houston
Business
Published in 21-2-2018
    344 Visits

Houston's recovering energy sector is prompting Emirates to resume flying its A380, complete with lounge and shower spa, from Bush Intercontinental Airport.

The airline downsized to a Boeing 777-300ER in July 2016 as fewer energy employees flew between Houston and Dubai.

But starting June 1, the three-class A380 will add more than 160 passengers per flight. It will have 516 sea ...>>

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Does the government have a back wage check for you?
Business
Published in 21-2-2018
    634 Visits

How to find out if the federal government has recovered unpaid overtime or minimum wages on your behalf.

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Aldi to open north Houston store
Business
Published in 21-2-2018
    830 Visits

Aldi will open a store at 161 West Road in north Houston Thursday as part of a national expansion.

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Heitman acquires 4 Houston medical office buildings in portfolio deal
Business
Published in 21-2-2018
    1029 Visits

Chicago-based Heitman has acquired four medical office buildings in the Houston area as part of the 17-building medical office portfolio spanning seven states. The local buildings, occupied by Memorial Hermann, include Sugar Land Medical Plaza I, 17510 W. Grand Parkway South, Sugar Land Medical Plaza II, 17520 W. Grand Parkway South, Katy Medical Plaza I, 23920 Katy Freeway, and Katy Medical Pl ...>>

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Brenda Bazan confirmed new head of Houston First
Business
Published in 21-2-2018
    743 Visits

The City Council on Wednesday confirmed Brenda Bazan as the next president and CEO of Houston's convention and tourism agency.

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Texas natives serve as plaintiffs in lawsuit to federally legalize marijuana
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    577 Visits

Two Texas natives are key plaintiffs in a civil lawsuit to declare the federal government's classification of cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug unconstitutional.

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Überrito taps team for Texas expansion
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    730 Visits

Überrito, a build-your-own burrito chain with five locations in the Houston market, announced a franchise deal to expand the brand across Texas. Ally Lakhpaty and SNL Franchise Development have signed a master franchise agreement to develop locations in the Houston, Austin and San Antonio, including three corporate locations in Houston.

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Report: Houston's luxury home sales decline for third straight month
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    524 Visits

Houston-area home sales were up 8.9 percent in January, but the top-end of the market tumbled for the the third straight month, a new report shows. Buyers closed on 4,469 single-family homes in January at a median price of $218,000, up 3.8 percent, the Houston Association of Realtors reported Wednesday.

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Report: Apartment/commercial construction retreats in U.S., holds steady in Houston
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    362 Visits

The value of commercial and apartment construction projects started in the Houston area in 2017 held steady at $3.9 billion after experiencing a big drop in 2016, Dodge Data & Analytics reported. Seven of the top 12 markets showed declines, including the biggest markets of New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and Washington, D.C. The San Francisco, Atlanta and Philadelphia areas experienced double ...>>

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The Bank of River Oaks to sell for $85 million to Hilltop
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    237 Visits

The Bank of River Oaks, a 13-year old lender in Houston, has agreed to sell itself for $85 million in cash to Dallas-based Hilltop Holdings, which runs the $9.7 billion PlainsCapital Bank.

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Texas natives serve as plaintiffs in lawsuit to federally legalize marijuana
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    492 Visits

Two Texas natives are key plaintiffs in a civil lawsuit to declare the federal government's classification of cannabis as a Schedule 1 drug unconstitutional.

Reference: www.chron.com
Überrito taps team for Texas expansion
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    198 Visits

Überrito, a build-your-own burrito chain with five locations in the Houston market, announced a franchise deal to expand the brand across Texas. Ally Lakhpaty and SNL Franchise Development have signed a master franchise agreement to develop locations in the Houston, Austin and San Antonio, including three corporate locations in Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
Report: Houston's luxury home sales decline for third straight month
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    726 Visits

Houston-area home sales were up 8.9 percent in January, but the top-end of the market tumbled for the the third straight month, a new report shows. Buyers closed on 4,469 single-family homes in January at a median price of $218,000, up 3.8 percent, the Houston Association of Realtors reported Wednesday.

Reference: www.chron.com
Report: Apartment/commercial construction retreats in U.S., holds steady in Houston
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    305 Visits

The value of commercial and apartment construction projects started in the Houston area in 2017 held steady at $3.9 billion after experiencing a big drop in 2016, Dodge Data & Analytics reported. Seven of the top 12 markets showed declines, including the biggest markets of New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and Washington, D.C. The San Francisco, Atlanta and Philadelphia areas experienced double ...>>

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The Bank of River Oaks to sell for $85 million to Hilltop
Business
Published in 14-2-2018
    117 Visits

The Bank of River Oaks, a 13-year old lender in Houston, has agreed to sell itself for $85 million in cash to Dallas-based Hilltop Holdings, which runs the $9.7 billion PlainsCapital Bank.

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