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Fitzgerald’s property in the Heights has new owner
Business
Published in 14-8-2018
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The owner of Fitzgerald’s, the live music venue housed in an old wooden building developed in the early 1900s, has sold the property to a real estate investor who has been buying sites in the area for redevelopment.
Reference: www.chron.com
Sysco Corp. ends fiscal year with $1.4 billion in profits
Business
Published in 14-8-2018
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The Houston-based food supplier, which operates on an atypical fiscal calendar, reported Monday that sales grew 6.2 percent to $15.3 billion during its fourth quarter that ended June 30.

Reference: www.chron.com
King’s Bierhaus to expand to League City
Business
Published in 14-8-2018
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King's Bierhaus plans to open its first franchise location in League City.

Reference: www.chron.com
Bonobos to open new store in The Woodlands
Business
Published in 14-8-2018
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Bonobos plans to open a try-on-only store in The Woodlands that will offer a personal shopper for every customer.

Reference: www.chron.com
Coca-Cola puts West U-area plant up for sale
Business
Published in 14-8-2018
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Coca-Cola Southwest Beverages is selling several Houston-area properties, including its inner loop locations at 2800 Bissonnet.

Reference: www.chron.com
Rolls-Royce’s first luxury SUV - costing $325K - makes its Houston debut
Business
Published in 7-8-2018
    290 Visits

It's the Rolls-Royce of luxury SUVs.

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SeaWorld stock jumps after posting profit, attendance spike and reaching preliminary settlement with SEC
Business
Published in 7-8-2018
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The embattled theme park company showed signs of a turnaround Monday about five years since the debut of the documentary film “Blackfish.”
Reference: www.chron.com
NAFTA a timely topic at A&M beef conference
Business
Published in 7-8-2018
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Tensions have risen between the United States, Canada and Mexico over the 24-year-old trade deal, the world’s largest, following President Donald J. Trump imposing steel and aluminum tariffs on both countries effective June 1. Canada retalliated by imposing its own tariffs on U.S. imports.
Reference: www.chron.com
Former Wrigley CEO is now a medical cannabis executive
Business
Published in 7-8-2018
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William “Beau” Wrigley Jr., billionaire heir of the Wrigley chewing gum fortune, is now chairman of Surterra Wellness, a medical cannabis company soon to open one of the three legal dispensaries allowed in Texas.
Reference: www.chron.com
SpaceCom to award $100,000 in Google Cloud credits
Business
Published in 7-8-2018
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The Space Commerce Conference and Exposition, or SpaceCom, will give away $100,000 in Google Cloud credits to a winning startup at its upcoming Entrepreneur Summit in Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
CenterPoint: Monopoly utility or competitive power seller? A little bit of both, it turns out
Business
Published in 31-7-2018
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CenterPoint Energy, the regulated utility responsible for distributing power from generators to customers, found a way into the state’s competitive and profitable retail electricity market, and some companies and brokers complain that CenterPoint is taking unfair advantage of its monopoly position in the market.
Reference: www.chron.com
Port of Galveston vessel calls, cargo see increases in June
Business
Published in 31-7-2018
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Port of Galveston vessels calls and cargo volume increased in June, up 18 percent and 47 percent, respectively.

Reference: www.chron.com
Newcomb Realty Group joins Keller Williams Realty Professionals
Business
Published in 31-7-2018
    129 Visits

Newcomb Realty Group has joined Keller Williams Realty Professionals in Spring.

Reference: www.chron.com
L5 Investments partnership sells SW Houston apartments to Austin company
Business
Published in 31-7-2018
    279 Visits

A joint venture of L5 Investments and BH Equities has sold Huntington Glen Apartments in southwest Houston after making improvements during its three-year ownership. Austin-based GVA Real Estate Group purchased the 364-unit complex.

Reference: www.chron.com
New screening technology at Hobby Airport could mean leaving laptops, liquids in carry-on bags
Business
Published in 31-7-2018
    443 Visits

Houston's Hobby Airport is receiving new scanning technology that may one day allow travelers to endure airport security without removing their laptops and 3.4-ounce liquid containers from carry-on luggage.

Reference: www.chron.com


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