Posted on The rally aims to engage students and other young people on major public policy issues affecting them, such as student debt reform.
Posted on Texas Attorney Geveral Ken Paxton says the state won’t take steps to implement the Obama Administration rule until the Supreme Court issues a final ruling. That puts the state’s power companies in a bind over whether to invest in expensive upgrades.
Posted on Candidates that manage a strong finish in the Granite State, even if they lose, are likely to be on the ballot March 1, Super Tuesday, when Texans have their say.
Posted on The Obama administration says the tax is needed to pay for clean transportation infrastructure.
Posted on Pinot’s Palette opened its first location seven years ago in Houston. The combination art studio/wine party venue is preparing to go global.
Posted on Officials of the Houston-based company expect crude oil prices will remain weak into 2017.
Posted on The industry paid nearly $14 billion in taxes and royalties last year, even as oil prices languished.
Posted on Energy companies are scrambling to sublease space they can no longer fill, even as brand new office buildings are popping up all over Houston.
Posted on Meetings tied to STEM industries, health care, and education accounted for much of the increase.
Posted on The region has already lost tens of thousands of jobs in oil exploration, energy services, and manufacturing. This year, layoffs are likely to spread to other industries.
Posted on Low gasoline prices are helping transportation services and automakers.
Posted on The former world chess champion and Russian opposition leader addressed the World Affairs Council Houston Wednesday evening.
Posted on The chess grandmaster and political activist will speak on his experiences in Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
Posted on The state’s crude oil production is only just starting to decline, according to the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers. The faster it falls, the fewer workers the industry will need.
Posted on Houston Texans’ president Jamey Rootes succeeded JPMorgan Chase’s Gina Luna as Partnership chair at the group’s annual meeting.