Texas will receive $1 million as part of a multi-state settlement with the New York based pharmaceutical giant Bristol-Myers Squibb for improper marketing of its anti-psychotic drug Abilify.
Without regulatory approval, Bristol-Myers Squibb promoted Ailify to treat elderly patients with dementia but did not disclose dementia patients faced a greater risk of death.
Houston and Beaumont will get part of a sprinkling of new Dunkin' Donuts restaurants in the works across Texas.
Dealers will replace the secondary latches in cold-weather states where corrosive salt is used to clear the roads. The cold-weather states include Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Utah, Vermont, West Virginia, Wisconsin, and Washington, D.C., according to documents posted Thursday by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
Fewer Americans filed applications for unemployment benefits last week, reinforcing the picture of a healthy job market.
The Austin-based supermarket chain Whole Foods has released what they believe will be the biggest food trends in 2017.
CBRE has added two new employees at its Houston office to focus on the firm's retail investment sales practice.
A day after Donald Trump criticized the cost of a planned Air Force One replacement, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker sympathized with the president-elect Wednesday about the high cost of aircraft.
Southwest Airlines planes were a bit more crowded in November as the carrier saw passenger traffic increase 7.2 percent compared with the previous year, according to figures released Wednesday.
SANTIAGO CUAUTLALPAN, Mexico (AP) — Mexicans have been brewing pulque from the juice of cactus-like maguey plants for centuries, but the viscous, beer-like beverage fell out of favor starting in the 1970s as pulque got a bad reputation as a peasant's drink.
Super Bowls themselves typically are minor contributors to a host city's economic output. But projecting the right image while in the world's spotlight can bring a welcome boost to energy-slumped Houston.
The glut of sublease space that's been dragging down the Houston office market has decreased for the first time in two years, new reports show.
Key Energy Services, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in October, can now emerge from bankruptcy by the end of December.
Nationwide, equity for mortgaged homes rose $227 billion during the third quarter, according to CoreLogic.
Costco Wholesale Corp. attracted more shoppers last quarter, easing concerns of analysts and investors, even as food deflation and industrywide discounting squeezed sales at the largest U.S. warehouse chain.
Homebuilder KB Home has opened a new subdivision in Cypress.
Demand for travel to Cuba may be flattening, with soaring hotel prices on the island, American Airlines cutting some flights, and uncertainty over whether new travel restrictions could be imposed when Donald Trump takes office.
Starbucks outlined its five-year growth plans to investors on Wednesday, about a week after it announced that Howard Schultz, who has built Starbucks into a global brand with 25,000 locations since first joining the company more than 30 years ago, would step down as CEO in April.
The CEOs, Randall Stephenson of AT&T and Jeffrey Bewkes of Time Warner, are due to appear Wednesday before a Senate antitrust panel whose Republican chairman and senior Democrat have said the proposed $85.4 billion merger of the communications giants would potentially raise significant antitrust issues.
Contrary to what many think, a struggling economy can be good for buying stocks, as it typically features more bargains than an economy firing on all cylinders.
Examine its annual and quarterly reports, evaluating factors such as its debt load, profit margins, free cash flow and growth rates.
The economic forecasts are trickling out, and they don't all agree.
The Supreme People's Court on Thursday announced that it was overturning two rulings by Beijing courts against Jordan from 2014 and 2015 that had found there wasn't sufficient evidence to support the athlete's allegations over the use of his image, and that "Qiaodan" was the translation of a common family name as the Chinese company claimed.
Safeguarding company information and upgrading systems were the top 2017 concerns tech executives mentioned in the Robert Half Technology IT Hiring Forecast.
About 45.2 million passengers will fly globally on U.S. airlines in the 21-day period between Dec. 16 and Jan. 5, according to Airlines for America.
The Texas Workforce Commission keeps a running tally on all layoffs and mass job terminations in the state via the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act or WARN.
DALLAS (AP) — Federal authorities say nutritional supplement retailer GNC Holdings has agreed to alter its practices to avoid selling unlawful dietary products. GNC said in a statement it has taken a leadership role in setting industry standards on quality and compliance.
Houston again saw sales tax revenue drop in October as the oil bust showed little sign of abatement.
The "BioBridge" between Australia and the Texas Medical Center will foster a health technology startup exchange program between the country and the medical center.
Verizon Communications's Houston data center is one of 24 sites to be acquired by Equinix for $3.6 billion.
If not, perhaps you've seen the British Airways ads offering "101 Ways to Spend the Kids' Inheritance."
An article in that issue takes us a big step closer to answering the most common question readers ask: "How much can I spend each year and not run out of money?"