Posted on · However, Houston could see more holiday hiring than cities that do better economically.
Posted on · Texas has now experienced job growth in 17 of the past 18 months. Houston’s unemployment rate remains above that of state and nation.
Posted on · Mexico’s energy reforms have paved the way for U.S. firms but they need to be aware of the different laws that govern business there.
Posted on · The new building in East Downtown houses Houston’s tourism, lodging and marketing organizations.
Posted on · Realtors sell 33 fewer homes in September than a year ago.
Posted on · Indigenous and environmental activists marched to the Houston offices of the company building the controversial Dakota Access and Trans-Pecos pipelines.
Posted on · Houston’s economy is contracting for the 21st month in a row, according to September’s Purchasing Managing Index.
Posted on · The Texas Workforce Commission has released its 10-year jobs forecast for the state and region.
Posted on · A workshop at an upcoming oil and gas conference in Houston teaches competency management to companies.
Posted on · A referendum on the Nov. 8 ballot would lift the ban on the sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption in the former city.
Posted on · A recent report suggests the largest oil and gas firms are changing their approach to exploration.
Posted on · Office workers will be the last to be affected by the recovery.
Posted on · Researchers expect the pace of rental growth to increase by the end of the year.
Posted on · Texas is more than cowboys and barbecue, and France is more than just wine and fancy food. That’s what the French American Innovation Day this week in Houston wanted to show.
Posted on · Bauer College of Business professor Praveen Kumar discusses the implications of firms holding back on investing in new technology.