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Million Air will fly you to see total eclipse for $10,000 a seat
Business
Published in 18-8-2017
    122 Visits

Houston-based Million Air is flying customers into the path of total eclipse darkness for $10,000 a seat.

Reference: www.chron.com
Stage Stores reports Q2 loss
Business
Published in 18-8-2017
    180 Visits

Houston-based Stage Stores again saw profits slide in the second quarter, but it made headway in expanding its new off-price business and boosting store traffic at the start of the back-to-school season.

Reference: www.chron.com
The Plaza Group to acquire Dallas-based chemical distributor
Business
Published in 18-8-2017
    538 Visits

The Plaza Group, an international petrochemical marketing firm based in Houston, announced plans to acquire Dallas-based Conchemco.

Reference: www.chron.com
Austin pharma company gets FDA approval in its brain cancer fight
Business
Published in 18-8-2017
    433 Visits

Austin-based Curtana Pharmaceuticals announced this week it had received special status from the Food and Drug Administration for a treatment in the fight against glioblastoma in adults and brain tumors in children.

Glioblastoma has been in the news recently as U.S. Sen. John McCain announced he has been diagnosed with the aggressive and deadly form of cancer.

 

Reference: www.chron.com
HHS awards nearly $4.8 million to Texas health centers
Business
Published in 18-8-2017
    543 Visits

The U.S Department of Health and Human Services announced this week it was awarding nearly $4.8 million to 72 health centers across Texas to continue access, address disparity and maintain quality of care.

Recipients included at least 10 centers or agencies in the Houston area. 

Reference: www.chron.com
United adding nonstop flights between Houston and Mazatlán, Mexico
Business
Published in 11-8-2017
    947 Visits

United Airlines is starting nonstop seasonal service between Houston and Mazatlán, Mexico, the airline announced Wednesday.

The flights from Bush Intercontinental Airport will be in the winter and summer. Flights will be available Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays from Dec. 21 to April 8. The flights will be cut back to Saturdays only from April 9 to Aug. 13.

Both flights ...>>

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Flight attendants for Mesa Airlines, which operates United Express, continue push for new contract
Business
Published in 11-8-2017
    546 Visits

Flight attendants at Mesa Airlines, which operates United Express flights in Houston, will pass out fliers at Bush Intercontinental Airport on Thursday to raise public awareness of their ongoing contract negotiations.

The fliers being passed out at Bush Intercontinental will inform travelers that Mesa operates many regional flights for American Airlines and United Airlines, and that its f ...>>

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Fiesta Mart hires new CEO
Business
Published in 11-8-2017
    293 Visits

Houston-based Fiesta Mart hired CEO this week as it works to revamp its store chain throughout the state.

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Retail Wrap: New owners for The Market at Lake Houston
Business
Published in 11-8-2017
    639 Visits
Westwood Financial Corp. has purchased the The Market at Lake Houston, an H-E-B-anchored shopping center on 13.9 acres at 7402 FM 1960 East. Other tenants include Sally Beauty Supply, Payless ShoeSource, GameStop, VIP Nails and Spa, Five Guys, Market Cleaners, Leslie's Swimming Pool Supplies and Subway. Bath & Body Works has leased 3,658 square feet in Creekside Town Center, located at the ...>>
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FlightAware moves HQ higher into the sky
Business
Published in 11-8-2017
    678 Visits
The new office, designed by Gensler, will have open work areas and a glass-walled area showcasing the FlightFeeder factory, where small orange devices that connect with antennas to pick up airplane signals for about 250 miles, will be assembled, tested and packaged. The company started in 2005, providing free flight tracking services for private and commercial air traffic. The company now offers ...>>
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GreenSpace repurposes shipping containers for self-storage
Business
Published in 4-8-2017
    89 Visits
GreenSpace Holdings, a Houston-based self-storage developer, has launched its first project using recycled shipping containers to save money and help the environment. Site work is just getting underway on a two-acre parcel of land in a growing area with new shopping centers near Pearland Parkway north of FM 518. The containers will be arranged in a way that renders much of the concrete and struc ...>>
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Real estate roundup: EDF leases downtown space
Business
Published in 4-8-2017
    193 Visits
EDF Trading North America, EDF Energy Services and affiliates have leased approximately 60,000 square feet at 601 Travis across from JPMorgan Chase Tower. American Liberty Hospitality, a hotel management and development company led by Nick and Vicki Massad, has leased 6,698 square feet at 2901 Wilcrest. VacOne Services has leased 31,512 square feet of industrial space at 5114 Railroad Street, De ...>>
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Developer breaks ground on Sugar Land office building
Business
Published in 4-8-2017
    890 Visits

TierOne Development will complete an office building targeting medical tenants near U.S. 59 and University Boulevard in Sugar Land early next year.

The 38,600-square-foot building, adjacent to Costco near the Telfair community, is slated for completion in the second quarter. The building is at 7619 Branford Place.

Reference: www.chron.com
Validus Senior Living to open Sugar Land location
Business
Published in 4-8-2017
    39 Visits

Validus Senior Living plans to open Inspired Living at Sugar Land at 6400 Oilfield Road this fall.

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Retail Wrap: Toasted Yolk lands spot in Katy; Clute shopping center to expand
Business
Published in 4-8-2017
    194 Visits
The Toasted Yolk Café has leased 4,500 square feet in the Shoppes at Grand Crossing at Interstate 10 and the Grand Parkway near Costco in Katy. Other leases handled by Henry S. Miller include a recently opened prototype restaurant in Kimco's Grand Parkway Marketplace in Spring, and upcoming locations in Wulfe & Co.'s East Shore Place development in The Woodlands, and Imperial Oaks shop ...>>
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