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No, Shamu and friends won't be doing the cha-cha for you anymore
Business
Published in 3-5-2016
    434 Visits

Slowest of slow claps for SeaWorld.

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Crown Castle upgrades its outlook for 2016
Business
Published in 26-4-2016
    1042 Visits
The company builds, buys and maintains cellular infrastructure, mostly by leasing space on cell towers for wireless carriers to place their antennas. "The innovation and adoption of wireless connectivity is expected to drive new applications, such as machine-to-machine connections, mobile video and fixed wireless broadband, all of which give us confidence in our ability to deliver on our stated g ...>>
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Tens of thousands of people are calling for a Target boycott
Business
Published in 26-4-2016
    566 Visits

More than 182,000 people have signed a pledge to boycott Target after the retailer said it would welcome transgender customers to use any bathroom or fitting room that matches their gender identity. "Target's policy is exactly how sexual predators get access to their victims," AFA President Tim Wildmon said in an open letter. Target's statement included a redesigned version of its s ...>>

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Katy shopping center changes hands
Business
Published in 26-4-2016
    587 Visits
CH Retail/Acquisitions purchased the center, which is occupied by Verts Kebap, Snap Kitchen, Mattress One, Corner Bakery, Masala Wok and Smile Clinique. Houston will lead the nation in new space delivered in 2016, with developers adding nearly 3.3 million square feet of retail space to the local market.
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Convention bureau files TRO to stop rival comic show
Business
Published in 26-4-2016
    950 Visits
The Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau is asking a federal judge to stop a rival comic convention from using the phrase "Space City" for its three-day festival scheduled for NRG Center over Memorial Day weekend. A.J. Mistretta, a spokesman for the convention and visitors bureau, said the bureau is "vigorously defending" its trademark and that its request for a temporary restraining o ...>>
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Rains bring a heavy load of insurance claims
Business
Published in 19-4-2016
    787 Visits

Companies field calls from customers coping with soaked houses, vehicles and businesses The rain was still falling Monday as home, auto and business owners jumped on the phone with their insurance companies. State Farm, which has 3.4 million automobile policies in Texas, said it received hundreds of flooded-vehicle claims, mostly from Harris, Montgomery and Fort Bend counties. For flooding d ...>>

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Taxes may get a rain delay
Business
Published in 19-4-2016
    909 Visits

Waterlogged Houstonians who couldn't file their federal income taxes on Monday may be spared late fees, the Internal Revenue Service announced. Fees aren't an issue for those receiving refunds, but taxpayers who owe money generally pay a penalty for not meeting the Tax Day deadline. U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Houston, said the tax agency indicated it would extend the deadline i ...>>

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Rains bring a heavy load of insurance claims
Business
Published in 19-4-2016
    496 Visits

Companies field calls from customers coping with soaked houses, vehicles and businesses The rain was still falling Monday as home, auto and business owners jumped on the phone with their insurance companies. State Farm, which has 3.4 million automobile policies in Texas, said it received hundreds of flooded-vehicle claims, mostly from Harris, Montgomery and Fort Bend counties. For flooding d ...>>

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Taxes may get a rain delay
Business
Published in 19-4-2016
    871 Visits

Waterlogged Houstonians who couldn't file their federal income taxes on Monday may be spared late fees, the Internal Revenue Service announced. Fees aren't an issue for those receiving refunds, but taxpayers who owe money generally pay a penalty for not meeting the Tax Day deadline. U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee, D-Houston, said the tax agency indicated it would extend the deadline i ...>>

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Small-business resources
Business
Published in 12-4-2016
    1102 Visits
Money Week - Financing Your Business With Online and Peer to Peer Loans: 8-11 a.m., UH Bauer College SBDC, 2302 Fannin, Suite 200. Procurement Technical Assistance Center Orientation: 10 a.m.-noon, UH Bauer College SBDC, 2302 Fannin, Suite 200. Do You Have What It Takes to Start a Business?: Conducted in Spanish. 9 a.m.-noon, UH Bauer College SBDC, 2302 Fannin, Suite 200. Internet Marketing Cli ...>>
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People in Business
Business
Published in 12-4-2016
    261 Visits
Savills Studley, a commercial real estate services firm specializing in tenant representation, has appointed Mark O'Donnell to its board of directors. Mercer, a global consulting firm and subsidiary of Marsh & McLennan Cos., announced the addition of John Legg as senior client relationship manager. Hoover Container Solutions, a subsidiary of Hoover Group, has announced that Scott Meints has ...>>
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Real estate transactions
Business
Published in 12-4-2016
    544 Visits
Ocumare Investments has purchased 2 acres at 7202 Long Point for a medical office development. The company leased 7,317 square feet from Akin, Gump, Struass, Hauer & Feld. KBS Strategic Opportunity REIT announced nine leases totaling 60,227 square feet at West Loop I & II buildings in Bellaire. Bellaire Dermatology, 16,334 square feet, represented by Jon Silberman and Dan Boyles of NAI Partners ...>>
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Senior living community opens in League City
Business
Published in 12-4-2016
    279 Visits

Methodist Retirement Communities officially opened its newest senior living community in League City. The Crossings seniors community at 255 N. Egret Bay Blvd. in League City will serve up to 300 residents.

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People in Business
Business
Published in 5-4-2016
    288 Visits
William T. Harris has been named president and chief executive officer of Space Center Houston, Manned Space Flight Education Foundation. Bart Standley to vice president; David Balmos, a vice president, to transportation marketing director for Texas; Alex Kuzovkov to deputy practice manager in the public works department at RPS Klotz Associates; Don Durgin to transportation practice manager; and ...>>
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Have a great employer? Give a shout-out
Business
Published in 5-4-2016
    701 Visits
There are many companies in our business community that take the care and time to create a positive workplace environment. The Chronicle's Top Workplaces initiative offers a great way to focus attention on those who deserve it, Chronicle Business Editor Laura Goldberg said. Private, public, nonprofit and government workplaces can all take part. The Chronicle will host an awards gala event ...>>
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