Posted on Low oil prices are already hurting the region’s construction activity. Retail may soon follow.
Posted on Many workers losing their jobs today are expected to leave the Texas oil industry, or retire, before prices recover.
Posted on Hiring in education and construction offset layoffs in energy and manufacturing
Posted on The Washington Post recently ranked the Bayou City alongside such well-known food Meccas as New York and Chicago. Here’s why.
Posted on Rob Kaplan focused much of his talk on the outlook for the Texas economy in an extended period of low oil prices.
Posted on The workshop examines the Houston Arts Alliance’s recent report on the economic impact of the area’s creative sector
Posted on Houston-based Simmons will become the energy practice of the Minneapolis-based investment bank.
Posted on The latest estimate, based on payroll employment data, far exceeds previous calculations by the Texas Workforce Commission.
Posted on Houston’s first commercial space travel convention runs November 17-19 at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
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Posted on Autumn’s traditionally a weak period for the real estate market, but oil industry layoffs are compounding the pain.
Posted on The region’s economy registered its tenth monthly decline in a row, according to the latest survey of supply chain managers.
Posted on Big-ticket consumers were out in force last month, though sales retreated from September’s high.
Posted on An extension from the main pipeline would have run to Houston.
Posted on The region’s supply of homes has lagged demand for nearly four years. Most of the construction that’s taken place in that time has concentrated on luxury units.