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The restaurant company plans to hire Houston-based employees in finance, IT, human resources, marketing and more.
For the second time this month, the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo has named a new C-level officer. This time, it opted for a promotion instead of an outside hire for its chief marketing officer...
Until it's decided no environmental protection or civil rights laws are being violated, the feds have asked TxDOT to stop all project activity.
Unlike One Fifth Romance Languages, an earlier iteration, the new Red Sauce Italian concept will serve Italian-American food such as spaghetti and meatballs, baked pastas, chicken parmesan and New...
HCA Houston Healthcare is one of the largest health systems by beds in the Houston market, according to Houston Business Journal research.
With Mattress Mack's big bet, Houstonians likely will be keeping a closer eye on the World Series this year. Here are five other things to keep an eye on.
The Houston Emergency Center was developed in 2003, and the previous director had been in the role since July 2005.
Today marks the beginning of Amazon Prime Day, and several other competing sales. You can even get tickets to Cirque du Soleil's post-pandemic return to Houston starting today. Here's other news to...
Launched in 2019, The Artemis Fund focuses on investments into scalable companies founded by women or with women earning equity in the C-suite.
Meanwhile, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner is demanding Houston and Harris County get a $1 billion each.
The week in bankruptcies: Construction co. Katerra files Houston's biggest recent bankruptcy
June 18, 2021
Year to date through June 11, 2021, the court recorded 70 Chapter 7 or Chapter 11 business bankruptcy filings, a 56% decrease from the same span the prior year.
Everyone connected with the flight — including the flight crew, pilots, gate agents, ramp staff, maintenance technicians, caterers and flight dispatchers — will be Black.
Quidnet uses conventional drilling and construction technologies to pump water under pressure into subsurface reservoirs to store energy, as opposed to storing in above-ground systems.
2020 certainly handed everyone their share of challenges, but this year's class of 40 Under 40 have risen above to prove their success and help others in the process.
It closed during last year's Covid-19 stay-at-home order and never reopened. What's left of the venue now appears to be a total loss.
Texas Medical Technology plans to build a manufacturing facility to meet customer demand for its automated disposable-glove technology.
The Chicago-based restaurant group is opening its first Houston locations in Hines' Texas Tower, which is under construction downtown.
With the near-record heat we've reached, and more surely to come, ERCOT is still asking Texans to conserve power. While we wait for that heat to break, here are five other things to know this morning.
Philanthropist MacKenzie Scott donates millions to San Jacinto College, Lee College, others
June 15, 2021
The donations to San Jacinto College and Lee College are the largest private gifts in the history of each school.
It was sad to wake up on Saturday to news of a mass shooting in Austin, but one suspect is in custody and things are getting back to normal. Here are five other top headlines to start the week.
Federal judge dismisses lawsuit from Houston Methodist employees over Covid-19 vaccine requirement
June 13, 2021
The judge said taking the vaccine is not like being part of a clinical trial nor is it experimental.
The week in bankruptcies: OFS International, Heights Hospital among biggest recent bankruptcies
June 11, 2021
Houston-area bankruptcy courts recorded nine business filings — including four with total debts above $1 million — during the week that ended June 4, 2021.
In 5 Things to Know Today, there are more companies seeking workers, more perks for getting vaccinated and more details about recent ransomware attacks.
Want to sell your home faster? List it on a Thursday
June 10, 2021
The likelihood a home sells quickly — and above the asking price — also varied widely depending on the month.
The companies are teaming up to advance the development of hydrogen compression to lower production costs and speed adoption of hydrogen as a clean fuel source.
5 things to know today plus Houston celebrates a new app
June 09, 2021
In case you missed it, there's a new app to monitor Houston's weather — and Mayor Turner has even declared it cause for celebration. Here are five other things to know this morning as well.
The Houston-based investor studio, which launched in 2019, will bring cash to the table for software startups raising seed capital.