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Chase teller says he and others forced for work off the clock
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Published in 17-10-2017
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A teller at J.P. Morgan Chase Bank in Sugar Land alleges the bank forces hourly paid employees to stay and work after they have clocked out to lock up, set alarms and perform other safety procedures.

Reference: www.chron.com
Chase teller says he and others forced for work off the clock
Business
Published in 17-10-2017
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A teller at J.P. Morgan Chase Bank in Sugar Land alleges the bank forces hourly paid employees to stay and work after they have clocked out to lock up, set alarms and perform other safety procedures.

Reference: www.chron.com
Post-Harvey recovery could take longer than Katrina
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Published in 17-10-2017
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The clean-up and rebuilding period following Hurricane Harvey could outpace that of Katrina, with recovery lasting upwards of 20 months, a new report shows.

Reference: www.chron.com
The Groves unveils more model homes, Harvey incentives
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Published in 17-10-2017
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Home sales in The Groves are running more than 20 percent ahead of last year's pace. Ashlar Development is developing The Groves, a 1,000-acre community by in northeast Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
The Groves unveils more model homes, Harvey incentives
Business
Published in 17-10-2017
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Home sales in The Groves are running more than 20 percent ahead of last year's pace. Ashlar Development is developing The Groves, a 1,000-acre community by in northeast Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
New app to help Texans send money to family, friends in Mexico
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Published in 17-10-2017
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Spain-based BBVA, whose subsidiary BBVA Compass Bancshares is headquartered in Houston, unveiled an app on Monday that will help U.S. residents send money to friends and family in Mexico.

Mexico received $27 billion in remittances from U.S. residents last year. Texans sent $3.8 million in remittances, the second-highest amount for any state in the U.S. California sent the most with $8 mil ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Houston ranks really low on list of cities competing for Amazon HQ, says study
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Published in 17-10-2017
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The nationwide bidding war for Amazon's second headquarters has Houston leaders pitching the city as a diverse and dynamic marketplace, one with big industrial players and an emerging tech sector – the perfect place to plant seeds for new technological breakthroughs.

But a new report says Houston would rank low on Amazon's wish list.

Reference: www.chron.com
Chase teller says he and others forced for work off the clock
Business
Published in 17-10-2017
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A teller at J.P. Morgan Chase Bank in Sugar Land alleges the bank forces hourly paid employees to stay and work after they have clocked out to lock up, set alarms and perform other safety procedures.

Reference: www.chron.com
The Groves unveils more model homes, Harvey incentives
Business
Published in 17-10-2017
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Home sales in The Groves are running more than 20 percent ahead of last year's pace. Ashlar Development is developing The Groves, a 1,000-acre community by in northeast Houston.

Reference: www.chron.com
McDonald's uses Snapchat to hire millennials and younger employees
Business
Published in 10-10-2017
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The fast-food company is teaming up with Snapchat to recruit younger employees this summer.

Reference: www.chron.com
Oil and gas, manufacturing continue turnaround in May, jobs report says
Business
Published in 10-10-2017
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Texas posted another month of strong job growth in May, led by oil and gas jobs that are rushing back as producers send rigs back to work.

Reference: www.chron.com
Construction woes reflected in latest jobs report
Business
Published in 10-10-2017
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"Everything I've seen would seem to indicate that we should be up," Russell Hamley, president of the Associated Builders and Contractors of Greater Houston, said in response to a jobs report showing the region has shed 2,300 construction jobs between May and June. Jeff Nielsen, executive vice president of the Houston Contractors Association, said civil construction like roads and utilities h ...>>
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8 things that will be more expensive in August
Business
Published in 10-10-2017
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As the summer season starts to wind down, you'll find plenty of discounts from retailers that are trying to clear their shelves. But that doesn't mean you're going to score a great deal on everything you see.

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Minorities, Americans without college degrees showed greatest gains in wealth
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Published in 10-10-2017
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WASHINGTON - Americans who were left behind as the country pulled out of the Great Recession - African-Americans, Hispanics and people without college degrees - saw large gains in net worth in the last three years, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday. But the improvements did not make up for deepening economic inequality: The share of America's income held by the top 1 percent of households ...>>

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Texas Home & Garden Show offers products, advice
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Published in 10-10-2017
    820 Visits

The Texas Home & Garden Show will showcase thousands of home products, services and experts at NRG Center this weekend.

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