Rooms to Go is now open in the Fairfield Town Center near the Bridgeland community in Cypress and more stores are on the way.
June's job growth was better than it could've been for Houston -- but was still far below the rates achieved by the rest of the nation's 12 largest cities.
Houston-based ConocoPhillips said Thursday it lost $1.1 billion, or 86 cents per share, in the second quarter – a sixfold increase over the same period in 2015.
Construction of the first phase of The Pillars at HBU, a shopping center being developed next to Houston Baptist University's campus in southwest Houston, in nearing completion. Tenants include Spring, Salata, Chipotle, Shipley Do-Nuts, FedEx, Jimmy John's, Firehouse Subs, LifeWay and Minuti Coffee.
The number of buyers paying cash for Houston-area homes fell 4.7 percent in April compared with the same month a year earlier, new data from national housing research firm CoreLogic show.
Texas' economy is still suffering from the oil bust, but may be showing signs that the worst is over, a Comerica Bank economist says.
Houston-based Green Bancorp reported a 12 percent drop in second-quarter net income, primarily due to the bank setting money aside to cover bad energy loans.
The increase was caused by bad energy-related loans and real estate acquired through foreclosure that the bank received after acquiring Patriot Bancshares in October.
Packwell has signed a big lease in Pasadena's Bayport Distribution Center as part of its expansion in the Houston market.
The Houston-based company will occupy 286,000 square feet in the building, primarily for packaging and storing plastic resins.
National Oilwell Varco, the Houston-based oil equipment manufacturer, lost $217 million, or 58 cents per share in the second quarter, the company said Thursday.
Public officials from Houston and Texas are embarking on a trade mission to see the expanded Panama Canal and discuss its business opportunities.
Ikea, which uses a massive array of solar panels to power its Houston store, announced its membership in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Green Power Partnership.
Annual 'Quest for Texas Best' taps 25 statewide finalists; 10 Houston-area purveyors have a chance to win big bucks and place their wares on supermarket giant's shelves
The Woodlands-based Huntsman Corp. reported net income of $87 million for the second quarter — up from $29 million during the same time last year — even though the specialty chemical company's revenue fell by 7 percent.
The insurer, Texas' largest health insurance carrier, confirmed that as of Oct. 1 it will no longer offer in-network coverage to customers wanting to use their broad-based employee health plans to see Kelsey-Seybold's 470 doctors at 20 locations across the region.
Nothing is more constant than change.
Houston-based Prosperity Bancshares continued setting aside money for bad loans in the second quarter, but it socked away less than in the first quarter.
A vestige of Houston's failed foray into the cruise business is up for sale as the Port of Houston Authority has decided to seek another use for its Bayport Cruise Terminal, a $108 million project that critics derided as a boondoggle.
Kirkland's is expanding in Houston. It's hiring 25 people at its new Katy store and another 25 in Westchase.