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Sawyer Yards expands in Houston Art District
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    883 Visits

Lovett Commercial plans to add two buildings to the Sawyer Yards urban village.

Reference: www.chron.com
See what happened to key players in Enron scandal
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    982 Visits

Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling, who received the longest sentence in one of the most notorious corporate fraud cases, was recently released from a minimum security federal prison camp in Alabama to a halfway house.

Reference: www.chron.com
Plans approved for Costco in Cypress
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    448 Visits

Plans for a Costco store, long-awaited in Cypress, received the go-ahead this week from city officials.

Reference: www.chron.com
The bar called the 'living room of Montrose' celebrates 40 years
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    691 Visits
For 40 years, Rudyard’s British Pub has been serving up drinks, food and a good time along Waugh Drive. The bar’s longevity is a testament to its owners’ adaptability in an increasingly competitive market and strong real estate market.
Reference: www.chron.com
The power couple behind Texas’ biggest energy deals
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    287 Visits
Houston corporate lawyers Robin Fredrickson and Jeff Muñoz were driving to an early Fourth of July dinner with friends and clients in Austin last year when the Latham & Watkins couple received a call. ArcLight Capital Partners wanted its portfolio company, Bruin E&P Partners, to buy 104,000 acres in North Dakota’s Williston Basin owned by Houston-based Halcón Resources for $1. ...>>
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Sawyer Yards expands in Houston Art District
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    82 Visits

Lovett Commercial plans to add two buildings to the Sawyer Yards urban village.

Reference: www.chron.com
See what happened to key players in Enron scandal
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    929 Visits

Former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling, who received the longest sentence in one of the most notorious corporate fraud cases, was recently released from a minimum security federal prison camp in Alabama to a halfway house.

Reference: www.chron.com
Plans approved for Costco in Cypress
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    172 Visits

Plans for a Costco store, long-awaited in Cypress, received the go-ahead this week from city officials.

Reference: www.chron.com
The bar called the 'living room of Montrose' celebrates 40 years
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    231 Visits
For 40 years, Rudyard’s British Pub has been serving up drinks, food and a good time along Waugh Drive. The bar’s longevity is a testament to its owners’ adaptability in an increasingly competitive market and strong real estate market.
Reference: www.chron.com
The power couple behind Texas’ biggest energy deals
Business
Published in 4-9-2018
    240 Visits
Houston corporate lawyers Robin Fredrickson and Jeff Muñoz were driving to an early Fourth of July dinner with friends and clients in Austin last year when the Latham & Watkins couple received a call. ArcLight Capital Partners wanted its portfolio company, Bruin E&P Partners, to buy 104,000 acres in North Dakota’s Williston Basin owned by Houston-based Halcón Resources for $1. ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Houston startup unveils app for redeeming one drink, appetizer every day
Business
Published in 28-8-2018
    271 Visits

Houston-based Mixie has an app providing members with one drink or appetizer every single day.

Reference: www.chron.com
Dunkin' is dropping the 'Donuts' from its name — and people are freaking out
Business
Published in 28-8-2018
    265 Visits
Dunkin' Donuts Dunkin' Donuts is dropping "Donuts" from its name, and fans aren't happy. The first Dunkin' store to drop the "Donuts" was in Quincy, Massachusetts, in late 2017. Now the change is rolling out to 30 more Boston-area locations and 20 nationwide locations. The name change is a small part of a major rebrand that includes adding cold-brew taps and digital orderin ...>>
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Kroger to open Sugar Land store this week
Business
Published in 28-8-2018
    915 Visits

Kroger will open a new grocery store in Sugar Land on Friday.

Reference: www.chron.com
BuzzFeed will now ask readers if they want to contribute money
Business
Published in 28-8-2018
    252 Visits
(Bloomberg) -- BuzzFeed Inc. is asking readers to help pay for its news operation, marking the latest attempt by digital media outlets to find ways to make money beyond advertising. The online publisher said on Monday that it will start testing a “contribute” button at the bottom of news articles. BuzzFeed has no plans to create an online paywall. The company is working on the test with Alphab ...>>
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Esports: Jacksonville shooting puts spotlight on competitive video gaming
Business
Published in 28-8-2018
    788 Visits
A gunman killed two people and wounded 11 others in a shooting at a video game tournament in Jacksonville on Sunday that ended with his suicide. The suspect was himself a gamer who was registered to compete in the tournament. His motive remains unknown. The incident has thrust the world of competitive video gaming into the spotlight, particularly for the 75 percent of American adults who neither p ...>>
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