Business

Epsilon Security Breach: Part Two

Posted on · The security breach at Dallas-based Epsilon has clients of the online marketer scrambling. But the lessons companies have absorbed from previous attacks may help limit the damage. Andrew Schneider reports.

Business

Epsilon Security Breach: Part One

Posted on · The cyber attack on Dallas-based Epsilon is shaping up to be one of the largest identity-theft cases in U.S. history. Such attacks are putting more pressure than ever on companies to keep the marketing firms they employ on a tight leash. Andrew Schneider reports.

Business

Victims Twice?

Posted on · Gulf Coast residents hurt by last year's oil spill now face a new threat — that of identity theft. Andrew Schneider has the story.

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Bauer Business Focus: Ian Powell

Posted on · Houston has weathered the drop off in new home construction better than much of the country, but it hasn't been immune. Ian Powell — president of the Houston chapter of the American Institute of Architects and a partner with architecture firm PBK — joins Andrew Schneider on this week's "Bauer Business Focus" to discuss how tough economic conditions are affecting his industry.

Business

Ellington’s Bid For New Embry-Riddle Campus

Posted on · Ellington Field is often overshadowed by Houston's larger commercial airports, Bush Intercontinental and Hobby. But the former Air Force base is a hive of new activity. That's drawn the interest of one of the world's leading centers of aeronautical education. From the KUHF Business Desk, Andrew Schneider reports.

Bauer Business Focus

Bauer Business Focus: Walter Ulrich

Posted on · Last year, Forbes Magazine singled out the Houston Technology Center as one of ten technology incubators that are changing the world. Walter Ulrich, president and CEO of the center, joins Andrew Schneider on this week's "Bauer Business Focus" to talk about the center's efforts to transform Houston into a hub of high technology

Business

Japan and Houston Supply Chains

Posted on · Japan now estimates the damage to its economy from the earthquake, tsunami and nuclear disaster could top $300 billion. Andrew Schneider reports on how that damage is filtering through to the local economy.