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Sysco ends US Foods merger
Business
Published in 4-7-2015
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"After reviewing our options, including whether to appeal the court's decision, we have concluded that it's in the best interests of all our stakeholders to move on," Sysco CEO Bill DeLaney said in a statement. The companies first announced the merger in December 2013, and in February the Federal Trade Commission filed a lawsuit against it, requesting the preliminary injunction that fed ...>>
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FindTheCompany: 10 companies that might disappear in 2016
Business
Published in 4-7-2015
    624 Visits

Small businesses rise and fall on a weekly basis. Most of us have witnessed the decline of a corner bookstore, the demise of a family-owned video shop, or the disappearance of local ice cream parlor. In many of these cases, there's often a larger, national chain just waiting to take their place.

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Ellington puts Houston one step closer to the stars
Business
Published in 4-7-2015
    658 Visits

A new federal license and growing interest from aeronautics companies have moved Houston's Ellington Airport closer to becoming a space-age hub where satellites launch, spacecraft land and astronauts train. Several private space companies were on hand Tuesday when a Federal Aviation Administration official presented local airport and city officials with the launch license establishing Ell ...>>

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Stock market activity last week
Business
Published in 4-7-2015
    508 Visits
Energizer Holdings new .25Q Declared stock splits Stock splits this week Announced spinoff eBay-1 share Paypal Holdings Acquisitions and mergers Babcock & Wilcox Enterprises (spinoff) Columbia Pipeline Group (spinoff) Energizer Holdings new (spinoff) Horizon Global (spinoff) LoanCore Realty Trust (IPO) Stocks removed from trading
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Small-business Q&A: Advice for setting your prices
Business
Published in 4-7-2015
    780 Visits
Setting prices for products and services should be simple - cover costs, make a profit and appeal to customers. "Rather than getting a toehold in your business, you're actually giving competitors an advantage, because there's no way you can survive for the long term and meet your clients' expectations by pricing under the market," he says. If you underestimate costs, or overestima ...>>
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Chron 100 names the top companies in Houston
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    1189 Visits

Power providers and pipeline operators were among the best performing companies on the annual Houston Chronicle 100 list of the top public companies based in the region. The list, calculated by S&P Capital IQ, is based on four financial metrics. Some oil companies that ranked high in previous years fell along with crude prices.

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Don't be scammed after a flood
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    657 Visits

Houstonians could be confronted by unlicensed contractors, false charities and other unscrupulous players looking to take advantage of their situation. Document the damage beforehand so the adjuster doesn't miss anything. A contractor can meet the adjuster at your house to help discuss pricing and point out trouble areas. Make sure you look them up first on the Better Business Bureau, C ...>>

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Federal judge rules to block Sysco merger with US Foods
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    1211 Visits
A federal judged ruled against Sysco's proposed merger with US Foods Tuesday, granting federal regulators who say the deal is anti-competitive a temporary injunction against the combination. The Houston-based food distribution giant aims to buy its largest competitor US Foods in a deal for $3.5 billion.
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United chooses Denver, not Houston, for pilot training
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    1257 Visits

United announced Wednesday that it chose Denver over Chicago and Houston for its training operations.

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Supreme Court upholds healthcare law subsidies
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    1025 Visits

WASHINGTON – A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday turned back a conservative challenge that threatened to strip health insurance for millions of people in states like Texas that didn't set up their own state-base exchanges under President Barack Obama's signature health care law. The long-anticipated 6-3 decision is the second high-court victory for the Affordable Care Act, whi ...>>

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Chron 100 names the top companies in Houston
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    1079 Visits

Power providers and pipeline operators were among the best performing companies on the annual Houston Chronicle 100 list of the top public companies based in the region. The list, calculated by S&P Capital IQ, is based on four financial metrics. Some oil companies that ranked high in previous years fell along with crude prices.

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Don't be scammed after a flood
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    864 Visits

Houstonians could be confronted by unlicensed contractors, false charities and other unscrupulous players looking to take advantage of their situation. Document the damage beforehand so the adjuster doesn't miss anything. A contractor can meet the adjuster at your house to help discuss pricing and point out trouble areas. Make sure you look them up first on the Better Business Bureau, C ...>>

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Federal judge rules to block Sysco merger with US Foods
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    796 Visits
A federal judged ruled against Sysco's proposed merger with US Foods Tuesday, granting federal regulators who say the deal is anti-competitive a temporary injunction against the combination. The Houston-based food distribution giant aims to buy its largest competitor US Foods in a deal for $3.5 billion.
Reference: www.chron.com
United chooses Denver, not Houston, for pilot training
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    662 Visits

United announced Wednesday that it chose Denver over Chicago and Houston for its training operations.

Reference: www.chron.com
Supreme Court upholds healthcare law subsidies
Business
Published in 27-6-2015
    730 Visits

WASHINGTON – A divided U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday turned back a conservative challenge that threatened to strip health insurance for millions of people in states like Texas that didn't set up their own state-base exchanges under President Barack Obama's signature health care law. The long-anticipated 6-3 decision is the second high-court victory for the Affordable Care Act, whi ...>>

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