Business

Wednesday PM February 16th, 2011

Posted on · Noble announces possible large natural gas find off Cyprus...British subsidiary of KBR fined 11 million in Nigerian bribery case...R360 Environmental Solutions buys oilfield waste treatment faciilty in Cheyenne...Roadway construction at Dallas' Love Field...

Business

Tuesday PM February 15th, 2011

Posted on · World Bank calls global food prices dangerously high...Suit alleges ex-BP official resigned before rig explosion in dispute over safety practices...JPMorgan Chase seeks to win back military customers...Houston Film Commission chief on proposed budget cuts...

Bauer Business Focus

Bauer Business Focus: Janine Iannarelli

Posted on · In the wake of the financial meltdown, the private jet became a stand in for luxury and waste. But the money a business traveler saves by flying coach may be small change compared to contracts lost because of travel delays. Janine Iannarelli — founder and president of Houston-based Par Avion Limited — joins Andrew Schneider on this week's "Bauer Business Focus" to discuss how business aviation can be a cost saver.

Business

Friday AM February 11th, 2011

Posted on · Cybersecurity firm McAfee reports that China-based hackers are hitting global oil and petrochemical companies. Andrew Schneider looks at the scope of the attacks and what companies can do to protect themselves.

Business

Thursday PM February 10th, 2011

Posted on · McAfee says Chinese hackers are targeting U.S. oil companies...Amazon to close Dallas distribution center...Blockbuster putting itself on the block...Business inventories and 30-year mortgage rates up, unemployment claims down...

Business

Wednesday PM February 9th, 2011

Posted on · Combs reports sales tax revenues up 10 perecnt year-over-year...State Senate approves restrictions on eminent domain...New policy on fish farming in federal waters...Federal campaign against illegal gun sales returns to Houston...

Business

Wednesday AM February 9th, 2011

Posted on · The Houston-based owner of the Mont Belvieu plant — scene of yesterday's explosions and fire — is one of the country's largest shippers and processors of natural gas. Andrew Schneider looks at the facility.