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The FDIC survey shows banking status has a clear impact on household savings rates.
Time Warner Inc. shares surged after the Wall Street Journal reported the media giant may agree to a takeover by AT&T Inc. as soon as this weekend.
Sales of Houston's most expensive homes fell 7.9 percent during the first eight months of 2016 compared to the same time last year, a new report shows.
Gastar Exploration, Inc., and a private investor have worked out an agreement for scores of wells in a high-development area of north-central Oklahoma, the company announced.
Houston-based FMC Technologies agreed to pay a $2.5 million fine for overstating its profits during parts of 2013 and 2014, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said Thursday.
City officials say construction activity began on an outdoor stage at the White Oak Music Hall earlier this week, despite the fact that a permit had not been issued for the structure.
Two nonprofit Houston neighborhood development organizations are among 56 recipients of $6 million in revitalization grants doled out by the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation's Priority Markets Program, the banking institution announced.
Burlington Stores plans to hire 10,800 people for the holidays.
Grand opening festivities are scheduled for Friday through Sunday.
For more than 75 years, Dallas-based Neiman Marcus issued one of the most unique Christmas shopping experiences in the country: The Christmas Book.
The state added 38,300 jobs, while unemployment edged up to 4.8 percent.
(AP) — General Electric's profit fell 19 percent in the last quarter from a year ago, as revenue at its transportation, lighting and oil and gas businesses fell. Earnings, adjusted for non-recurring costs and to account for discontinued operations, were 32 cents per share, topping Wall Street expectations.
Stewart Information Services Corp. reported third-quarter net income Thursday of $26.4 million, or $1.12 per diluted share, compared with a net loss of $13.5 million, or 58 cents per diluted share, for the same period a year earlier.
Whole Foods Market Inc. shares declined as much as 2.5 percent after the Detroit Health Department said it's investigating two cases of Hepatitis A that may be connected to one of the chain's stores.
Hass Holdings has purchased the West Road Collection neighborhood shopping center in north Houston's Greenspoint area for $15 million.
The Houston-based Fortune 500 auto retailer's quarterly earnings missed analysts' projections.
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A Houston company will build a new industrial facility atop 17 acres it recently purchased in Pearland.
McDonald's says sales rose 1.3 percent at established U.S. locations in the third quarter, matching what Wall Street analysts expected. The world's biggest hamburger chain also reported better-than-expected earnings and revenue for the last quarter and its shares rose 4 percent before the stock market opened Friday.
California-based MidiCi will kick-off in Houston at Kirby Grove, serving Neapolitan pizzas on the patio just in time for the Super Bowl.
United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz discusses technology glitches Thursday during an interview with the Houston Chronicle.
Houston-based Baker Katz sold a Port Arthur retail center it bought four years ago after a redevelopment.
Old Navy will mark the opening of its store in Westlake Marketplace Saturday just south of Kingwood.
More than 15,000 people are expected to attend the Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing in downtown Houston.
The Canadian pipeline giant Enbridge said Wednesday that it eliminated 160 U.S. jobs, including about 45 in Houston, as part of a 5 percent workforce reduction, across the company. The cutbacks come as Enbridge buys Houston-based Spectra Energy in a $28 billion deal to potentially create the largest oil and gas pipeline conglomerate in North America.
Coats Rose added a new lawyer to its law office in Houston. Cole Konopka joined as an associate to the firm's public finance section, the firm announced. Konopka's practice is focused chiefly on real estate and public finance.