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Program: "45 Years of Charting the Course for Oil & Gas Exploration."
Abby Hopper, director of the Bureau of Ocean Emergency Management, is the morning keynote speaker.
Erik Milito of the American Petroleum Institute is the luncheon keynote speaker.
A drop in oil prices could be a good thing for River Oaks diners. Ouisie's Table is featuring an three-course prix-fixe price dinner going for the cost of the previous week's low for a barrel of oil.
January auto sales were down slightly in the Houston region from the same period a year earlier, but continued strong demand for trucks and SUVs pushed the average retail sales price to a new record, $36,357.
A former coffee company building built in 1917 in East Downtown is the latest building to receive a protected status from the city of Houston.
Home prices continued to rise in most markets across the country in the fourth quarter, while the sales pace slowed in some regions.
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Texas ranked among the top states in the country for building "green projects," including those in Houston from Memorial City to Rice University.
The U.S. Green Building Council recently released the top 10 state rankings for LEED-certified building activity.
Though revenue rose, the company faced steep losses in its oil and gas exploration and production waste management in a year when that industry stalled as the price of oil plummeted.
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The most popular Valentine's Day-related gifts range from typical fare like flower bouquets to more eclectic options like a bear skin rug.
Just a few years ago, Keurig coffee makers and the related single-use coffee pods seemed poised to take over our home and work coffee routine. Instead of brewing a pot of coffee, now we had the freedom to brew coffee, single serve, right in our mug.
Service Corp. International performed fewer funerals last year, the Houston-based funeral company said Thursday in announcing its earnings had declined during the fourth quarter and for all of 2015.
CEO Tom Ryan, in a statement, also cited losses from currency exchange from its Canadian funeral homes and cemeteries.
The Midland-native must be the most famous vegan from Texas (he's a connoisseur of Austin's animal-free eateries). Harrelson also might be the state's second most famous pot advocate (first in that category is Willie Nelson by a country mile).
Royal Caribbean's Liberty of the Seas became the largest cruise ship ever to sail from Texas as it glided out of Galveston this week. The ship first arrived in Galveston last fall, then took a break for updates, including added staterooms, restaurants, and on-board water slides before returning on Sunday.
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Houston office buildings made up nearly 30 percent of the value of Parkway Properties' latest selling spree.
Since January 2015, the company has sold $624 million in properties, including $179 million in Houston, according to a quarterly earnings report released Monday.
The state-of-the art infertility treatments and high-risk pregnancy care of The Woman's Hospital of Texas will soon be offered at Pearland Medical Center as part of a new affiliation agreement, officials from both hospitals' parent company announced.
Michael Keegan, Chris Kugle and Clay Pritchett have been appointed shareholders of NAI Partners, a commercial real estate services firm with offices in Houston, Austin and San Antonio.
Sidney Evans, senior adviser business affairs, Reliant; Aneesa Hasan, director of business development, The Galleria; Bill Pilkington, CPA partner of Bentley, Bratcher & Associates; Tammy Beeson, executive business director, Houston Polo Club; John Finlay, president, Texas Medical Consulting Group; and Jill Maxwell, audience development director, Houston Business Journal.
When the new 365 by Whole Foods opens in Houston in 2017, don't be surprised if you see shoppers stopping by for a tattoo to go along with their tempeh.
Texas is tops for renters with four-legged friends. Adobo, an apartment listing firm, scoured hundreds of thousands of rental listings across the U.S. to come up with a list of the most pet friendly places for renters.
Group 1 Automotive is beginning to feel negative impacts of low oil prices in its oil patch markets of Houston, the rest of Texas and Oklahoma, officials said.
The Reserve at Clear Lake City, an expansion of one of Houston's oldest master-planned communities that opened in July, is adding a second phase. Trendmaker Homes, the community's developer and one of its builders, announced that 86 single-family lots for homes price upwards of $500,000 will comprise the next phase.
Two upcoming business pitch competitions are giving veteran and woman-owned businesses an opportunity to vie for investment money and advice.
Plans for two-way traffic flow at the entry to the center is expected to improve access to the shopping center, which is next to Baybrook Mall.
Caliente has leased 6,959 square feet for a Mexican restaurant at the Grand Parkway and Mason Road in Fort Bend County.