Posted on · The ‘Geos Between Jobs’ initiative by technology company Ikon Science aims to keep the oil and gas workforce in shape.
Posted on · A new report confirms that Greater Houston has been a national leader in attracting millions of dollars in business investments. But the question is whether that flow of dollars has slowed.
Posted on · The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers has released its midyear Texas Petro Index.
Posted on · Latha Ramchand, dean of the University of Houston’s Bauer College of Business, makes the case for more flexibility and maternity leave for employees.
Posted on · Jane Howze, founder of The Alexander Group, offers some ideas for what companies can do to increase diversity.
Posted on · At the same time, the average price declined slightly.
Posted on · The state was awarded $50 million in its lawsuit over the automaker’s cheating in emissions test.
Posted on · The ride-hailing service is an opportunity for extra income for many who sign up as drivers. But is it enough to make ends meet?
Posted on · The Bayou City, with its oil industry and international port, has a strong business relationship with the UK.
Posted on · Harris County Judge Ed Emmett was in Cuba last week with a group of Texas business leaders.
Posted on · Britain’s vote last week to leave the European Union has had an immediate impact on world markets. That includes Houston, a city with strong economic ties to the UK.
Posted on · The first annual Hispanic Houston Impact Summit takes place at the Hilton Americas on Wednesday morning.
Posted on · Higher Food and fuel costs drove up consumer prices by almost one-half of a percent last month, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Posted on · Businesses across Texas and here in Houston are preparing for new opportunities in Cuba.
Posted on · A dozen experts from Platts Analytics were in Houston this week for the eighth annual Platts Benposium Conference.