Weingarten Realty Investors said Tuesday that it purchased two free-standing buildings next to its River Oaks Shopping Center "that will facilitate planned future redevelopment."
SAN FRANCISCO — Yahoo is taking a $350 million hit on its previously announced $4.8 billion sale to Verizon in a concession for security lapses that exposed personal information stored in more than 1 billion Yahoo user accounts.
United Airlines announced Tuesday that its new basic economy fares are now available on flights between Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport and United's seven hub airports, including Houston's Bush Intercontinental Airport.
Builders started 364 homes in Sienna Plantation in 2016, making the Missouri City community one of the most active residential developments in the Houston region last year. The number of starts declined by 12 from 352 in 2015, according to a Metrostudy report in the Houston Business Journal.
Nine partners leave Norton Rose Fulbright to join Baker Botts.
Houston-area vehicle sales improved slightly in January but continued to decline year-over-year.
The Plaza Group, an international petrochemical marketing firm based in Houston, has acquired Truth Chemical.
Houston-based Cadence Bancorp announced Tuesday that it will provide depository bank services to Harris County.
A scandal involving a corporations's CEO will shave 1.6 percent off of a company's share price, on average, according to a new study from the University of Missouri. That means shareholders should worry about a CEO's character.
In a parking lot on Main Street in this nondescript town of 14,000, Wal-Mart is testing out what it hopes could be its next small thing — a genuine convenience store.
[...] a move fits Restaurant Brands International's strategy of taking over well-known fast-food chains that it believes have the potential for wider expansion. Josh Kobza, Restaurant Brands' chief financial officer, said Tuesday the company plans to speed up Popeyes' expansion, as it has done with Burger King.
Central Market will add a curbside grocery pickup spot to its Westheimer location near Houston's Galeria, according to an application filed with the city in February.
A new litigation finance fund opens in Houston.
Oil and natural gas producers paid a total of $9.7 billion in taxes and royalties to the state's coffers, counties, and local school districts in 2016 in fiscal year 2016, according to calculations by the Texas Oil and Gas Association, down from a peak of $15.7 billion in 2014 and $13.8 billion in 2015.
Dubai's Road and Transportation Authority announced that it will be using an aerial taxi service starting this summer, according to the Associated Press.
A permit was filed with the city at the end of January for a partial demolition of downtown's Americana building at 811 Dallas.
Christine Celis, the daughter of Belgian brewer Pierre Celis who originally founded Celis Brewery in Austin in 1992, has reacquired the "Celis" trademark and will resurrect the brewery with a 22,000-square-foot facility in northwest Austin.
Comcast Business announced Tuesday that it's providing high-performance Ethernet services to Texas Southern University.
The service will help improve campus-wide communications and strengthen network access, mobile device management and security, according to the news release.
Three local businessmen are sued by the Securities and Exchange Commission for trying to inflate the size and importance of a small energy company.
The Bears are leading other Chicago sports franchises in backing a measure that would reduce a former player's ability to tap into workers compensation after a career-ending injury. [...] one example in the public record of an athlete who claimed this compensation is former Bears offensive lineman Ted Albrecht, a first-round draft choice whose career ended with a back injury in 1982.
United followed suit later in the day, posting reduced fares on some flights from Minneapolis to seven of its hub cities including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles for travel starting April 18.
The beloved chain of Austin late-night diners is aiming to enter the Houston market according to reports.
Houston-based Post Oak Energy Capital led a $200 million equity commitment to Moriah Henry Partners, a Midland-based exploration and production company.
Post Oak Energy's partners in Moriah Henry Partners are Henry Energy and Moriah Energy Investments.
Crescent Communities has sold The Groves, a 1,000-acre master-planned community northeast of Houston in Humble along with its two other Texas communities, the Charlotte-based company announced.
Four Andrews Kurth partners and two Bracewell partners join King & Spalding in Houston.
Houston home sales lagged behind that of other major U.S. cities in January, according to a national housing report from Re/Max released this month.
A Minnesota woman recently sued a biomedical company with a large presence in the Houston area, claiming she was fired shortly after she complained about a company business meeting held at a Hooters restaurant, known for its service by young women dressed short shorts and tank tops.
Depending on how you define it, the demand is substantial.
While Nordstrom's total sales have risen over the past year, its profits have not.
And perhaps most worryingly, sales at the company's full-line stores — the big downtown or mall anchor operations that bring the bulk of Nordstrom's business and have shaped its reputation for stellar customer service — have logged five straight quarters of year-over-year declines.