Dirt Cheap, a deep-discount chain based in Hattiesburg, Miss., has inked deals to open its first three stores in the Houston market this year.
Houston-based title insurer Stewart Information Services Corp. reported higher title revenue during the quarter, while reducing operating expenses.
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Over the past four years, federal scientists have compiled an official record running more than 10,000 pages indicating the three pesticides under review - chlorpyrifos, diazinon and malathion - pose a risk to nearly every endangered species they studied.
Cadence Bancorporation executives were forced to table their initial public offering for more than two years as they waited for oil prices to stabilize and the market to improve.
Stabilized oil prices are helping banks locally, and rising interest rates and hopes of reduced regulations have boosted bank stocks across the country.
SLS Properties has purchased a pair of Bellaire office buildings on the West Loop from an affiliate of Braun Enterprises.
Huddle House, a 24-hour restaurant chain selling all day breakfast, will open a restaurant at 904 W Montgomery in Willis.
The New York based law firm Willkie Farr & Gallagher announced it added oil and gas lawyer Cody Carper to its office in Houston. Carper was a partner at Kirkland & Ellis in Houston.
Italian energy company Eni has inked a deal with Brookfield Property Partners for 112,821 square feet in a lease extension at1200 Smith.
The deal enabled Eni to reduce its space in Two Allen Center to four floors from five, said John Pruitt, an executive vice president of JLL who represented the landlord along with Jessica Ochoa and Bubba Harkins.
The Creek Group -- which includes restaurants like Onion Creek, Cedar Creek and Lowbrow -- has opened a new restaurant in River Oaks.
Piggy's Kitchen & Bar opened with a limited menu on Monday at 3412 W.
Village Builders has opened a Next Gen model home designed for extended families living under the same roof in the Woodtrace neighborhood.
Alcoa Corp. is leaving Suriname, after driving its economy for a century. In a land roughly the size of Georgia just north of the equator, already in a whirlpool of plunging productivity and rising inflation, Alcoa's decision to end mining and refining has delivered a resonating blow.
H-E-B has issued a voluntary recall of selected H-E-B and Hill Country Fare breads with a "best by" date of April 29, 2017, or earlier due to the possible presence of a single piece of rubber in the product.
The Jobs for Texas program, or J4T, originated in the federal JOBS Act that passed in 2010. While the law is best known for allowing ordinary citizens to invest in startup businesses, it also parceled out nearly $1.5 billion to states in order to create their own investment programs.
Tasked with identifying the living amenities that could differentiate apartment buildings in this age, a group of graduate students from the University of Houston's Stanford Alexander Center for Excellence in Real Estate investigated examples around the Houston market and drew up a list of best practices.
Wong Fleming, a minority-owned law firm based in Princeton, N.J., has expanded into Texas with the opening of an office in Sugar Land. Wong Fleming, founded by CEO Linda Wong, has other offices in Washington, California, Georgia, Washington, D.C., Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee.
The Houston-based company will move into a 74,793-square-foot showroom and an adjacent 340,503-square-foot distribution center developed by Transwestern Development Co.
The company says it keeps prices low by importing furniture it designs under its own name and selling directly to consumers.
A Houston real estate investment trust is making a mammoth real estate acquisition of two Texas properties, including BLVD Place, the Whole Foods-anchored shopping and office complex on Post Oak Boulevard.
PetSmart, the nation's largest pet-supplies retailer, has agreed to acquire Chewy.com, the market's No. 1 online retailer.
TH Real Estate and Silverpeak Real Estate Partners, along with Canada Pension Plan Investment Board have closed on the acquisition of their combined 49 percent stake in Houston's Greenway Plaza and Phoenix Tower.
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Texas employers added 9,500 jobs in March on a seasonally adjusted basis, with the biggest gains coming from professional and business services followed by oil and gas exploration and production and construction, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday.
The owner of Tinkle Management was sentenced to four years in federal prison for his role in a $15.6 million fake invoicing scheme.
On Monday, the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a national advocacy group, launches a month-long billboard campaign in Houston as part of an ongoing protest against hospitals in the Texas Medical Center that allow fast-food restaurants in their food courts.
HomeGoods will open a store in the Centre at Post Oak at 5000 Westheimer just north of the Galleria.
The Houston Methodist Orthopedics & Sports Medicine clinic has moved to a new location in the Woodlands.
Willie G's Seafood and Steaks has broken ground on a new location in The Post Oak, a master-planned development with a 38-story, mixed-use tower and adjacent ballroom on 10 acres at 1600 W.
Agu Ramen will join the mix of restaurants at Sugar Land Town Square in the next few months. A 2,501-square-feet space is being built out at 2130 Lone Star Drive near U.S.
Houston's office market is stabilizing and the appetite for commercial real estate is ratcheting up among out-of-town investors.
[...] in the city's long robust retail sector, cracks are starting to show, analysts said.