News releases from Houston Business Journal
HCA Houston Healthcare names new CEO for TMC-area hospital
August 06, 2021
Established in 2019, Bayou City Hemp makes a variety of different products from legal hemp, including products with CBD and Delta-8-THC. It's worked with locally renowned businesses such as Underbelly...
Harris County raises Covid-19 threat level to 'red'
August 05, 2021
The news conference comes a day after Dr. David Persse, chief medical officer for the city of Houston, warned that Covid spread detected in wastewater is higher than at any point during the pandemic...
The park says ticket holders and season ticket holders will receive additional benefits due to the inconvenience of the park's closure.
Due to the growing number of Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations, the full Commune event now will be held in March 2022, while a "preview" event will be held Aug. 26, 27 and 29.
Combined Arms appoints CEO, hires chief development officer
August 02, 2021
5 things to know today and a possible August 'cool front'
August 02, 2021
Good morning, Houston! Could we soon see an August "cool front" to start the week? Apparently, it's a possibility, but we're also gearing up for the most active portion of hurricane season. Here are...
The new steakhouse concept will be located in a historic building near Buffalo Bayou Park in Houston's booming Allen Parkway corridor.
Houston is full of pioneering companies across all industries, and 20 have been selected for the Houston Business Journal's third-annual Innovation Awards.
After moving events to a virtual format last year, the Houston Business Journal will return to in-person events, starting with Fast 100.
5 things to know today plus an update on the Ever Given
July 30, 2021
Did you see that the Ever Given, the container ship that blocked the Suez Canal for a week in March, made it to port in the Netherlands? That news story dominated the headlines for several days just a...
In a 2-1 vote on July 29, the 14th Court of Appeals in Houston overturned a trial court's 2019 ruling that Proposition B was unconstitutional. Proposition B, which voters passed in November 2018, aimed...
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100,000 pounds of acetic acid released from LyondellBasell facility in La Porte, company says
July 29, 2021
Two people were killed and dozens more were injured in the incident on Miller Cut Off Road on Tuesday night.
ImmunoGenesis is focused on developing a pipeline of therapies aimed at tumors that have resisted other immunotherapies.
Good morning, Houston! It feels like there's been a lot of big news breaking in the past day or so. Here are five things to know from chemical incidents to sports and more.
Temporary protective status recipients establish businesses, pay taxes and climb the corporate ladder.
Mini-golf eatertainment concept Puttshack to open first Texas location in Houston Center
July 26, 2021
Bank of America's financial commitment will also support DivInc in establishing an equity investment fund focused on pre-seed investments, dubbed DivInc Ventures.
HBJ's new energy reporter will focus on Houston's evolving energy sector, while the retail and restaurants reporter will highlight the Bayou City's dynamic retail and restaurant industry.
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Dr. Hotez said he agreed with Hidalgo’s decision to go back to the orange threat level, addressing his concerns about the delta variant.
At least 4 Royal Caribbean crew members test positive for Covid-19, Galveston Health Authority says
July 22, 2021
Costco to try out same-day delivery with Uber in Texas
July 22, 2021
Dow Chemical incident in La Porte still a concern, evacuation zone and road closure still in effect
July 21, 2021
The shelter-in-place order related to an incident at the Dow Chemical Bayport plant in La Porte has been lifted, but an evacuation order remains in effect. Local officials provided an update about the...
Good morning, Houston! We're halfway through the week and more than halfway through July — and it's definitely feeling like summer in Houston. Here are five things to know today as we gear up for...
Houston lands on Time's 'World's Greatest Places 2021,' falls down U.S. News & World Report's 'Best Places to Live'
July 20, 2021
Time magazine named the Bayou City to its list of "The World's Greatest Places of 2021" a week after the Bayou City fell 12 spots on U.S. News & World Report's Best Places to Live rankings.
Johnson is the second performer announced for RodeoHouston's 2022 season. In May, it was announced that closing night will feature a concert-only performance by George Strait, marking his 31st...