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Published in 29-12-2015
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Josh Jacobs and Sara Allen of Edge Realty Partners represented the seller, Katy Promise Joint Venture. Caldwell Cos. announced leases with The Cheese Bar, Flying Vine, Sam's Boat, Frontier TitleMOD Pizza, Nails of America and Orange-theory Fitness at The Boardwalk at Towne Lake waterfront mixed-use development in Cypress. The complex contains 376 studio, one-, two- and three-bedroom units r ...>>
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People in Business
Business
Published in 29-12-2015
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The office will offer joint venture equity, preferred equity, bridge loans and private money commercial loans. Ronald Winters has joined the Signorelli Co., a real estate developer in Texas and Oklahoma, as graphic designer to assist in the marketing of the company's development portfolio. Lewis Linn, managing partner of Linn Thurber, a Houston-based CPA firm, was elected to the boards of d ...>>
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Small-business Q&A: Reducing debt may require tough decisions
Business
Published in 29-12-2015
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Take a hard look at your budget with an eye for reducing expenses. Just try to be as equitable as possible and don't ask employees to make sacrifices you yourself are not willing to make. Once you have a realistic budget that includes covering your existing debt payments, determine how much extra you could put aside each month to make more of a dent in those payments. Credit card debt can ...>>
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Pearland Regional Airport to add hangars
Business
Published in 29-12-2015
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Texas Aviation Partners, the airport's management team, has partnered with real estate development and design-build firm Western LLC on the development. The project is part of a broader plan to add more aviation facilities, Western LLC said in a news release.
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Economist predicts Houston will continue to cool
Business
Published in 22-12-2015
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Houston may not have seen the worst impacts yet of the plunge in oil prices that has plagued the energy industry, according to an economist. 

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Baby No. 11,000 arriving any day now
Business
Published in 22-12-2015
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With each newborn wail they get closer to the goal of a record 11,000 babies delivered in 2015. The 397-bed hospital located at the Texas Medical Center is even running a ticker on its website and across social media to track the countdown. The hospital promised make the family, the delivering physician and even its chief executive officer available for interviews after the delivery.

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Major U.S. airlines soon to offer even worse flying experience
Business
Published in 22-12-2015
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To compete with budget airlines like Spirit and Frontier, carriers will fight back in the most logical way possible. They'll make your flying experience even worse.

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Scope of Landry's data breach remains unknown, company says
Business
Published in 22-12-2015
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Exposed in the data breach were magnetic stripe data from payment cards, which contain names, card numbers, expiration dates and verification codes. Asked when the company first learned of the unauthorized charges, it said: "We were notified in December by our credit card processor and timely notified the public once we were informed," the statement continued. In the company's statement las ...>>
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Hines announces first major tenant for its 609 Main building
Business
Published in 22-12-2015
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An international law firm will be the first major tenant of a 48-story building under construction in downtown Houston, the developer announced Monday. [...] an oil price plunge dried up capital for new office tower projects, particularly ones built on speculation, or without tenants. Thinking back to the last economic downturn, Houston and the economy at large are in a far better position than ...>>
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Today has another holiday season nickname: 'Green Monday'
Business
Published in 15-12-2015
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The second Monday of December is considered among the highest-grossing e-commerce sales days of the holiday season.

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Houston apartment owner sees occupancy slide with price of oil
Business
Published in 15-12-2015
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Occupancy rates at Nova Asset Management's well-leased portfolio of 16 apartment complexes in Houston are starting to slip amid sustained low oil prices. The Houston-based owner and manager of 6,000 local apartment units is just starting to see the effect of the slowdown in Houston's economy from energy layoffs, said Neal Verma, president and co-founder of Nova Asset Management.

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Ellington to get new air traffic control tower
Business
Published in 15-12-2015
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The Houston Airport System has been awarded a $3.1 million state grant to help build a new air traffic control tower at Ellington Airport, a project expected to top $7 million. The $3.1 million Defense Economic Adjustment Assistance Grant will help cover the cost of designing and constructing the new tower, which will include a utility building, utility yard and parking area.
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Ask SCORE: Knowledge makes tax work less scary
Business
Published in 7-12-2015
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Though the IRS may be the agency everyone loves to hate, it only manages the tax laws and policies that Congress passes, and to its credit, its website does provide much-needed tax guidance without using too much bureaucratic jargon. For information on business taxes in the state of Texas, a good place to start is the website of the Texas state comptroller, www.comptroller.texas.gov. CPA Gregory ...>>
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Mattress Firm posts another quarter of same-store sales growth
Business
Published in 7-12-2015
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Mattress Firm posted its ninth-consecutive quarter of same-store sales growth, the company announced Monday. Analysts said the performance beat profit forecasts.

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Urban think tanks study suburban city challenges
Business
Published in 7-12-2015
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Houston's suburbs are among the outlying areas in the country grappling with changes as they adjust to becoming more than bedroom communities for major cities. To address some of these challenges the Houston's branch of the Urban Land Institute and the Kinder Institute for Urban Research at Rive University will study suburban Sun Belt communities to determine how outlying community ca ...>>

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