Posted on · A University of Houston study tracked more than 100 cognitive behavioral therapy patients over a twelve-week course to treat anxiety.
Posted on · The City of Houston has launched a first-in-the-state program aimed to help smaller contractors develop the skills and resources they need to compete for public works contracts.
Posted on · Texas power plants emit more carbon dioxide than those of Florida and Pennsylvania put together. So how will the Lone Star State meet new federal requirements to slash greenhouse gas emissions while producing enough electricity to support its growing population?
Posted on · Houston's pension liabilities have been racing ahead of revenues for fifteen years. Getting the problem under control is likely to hurt city retirees, taxpayers, or both.
Posted on · President and CEO of World Affairs Council of Houston Farah Killidar chats about this week's historic Iranian nuclear deal and what comes next.
Posted on · With backing from organized crime and even hostile nation states, hackers are becoming a serious threat to Houston companies.
Posted on · Hydraulic fracturing has made the U.S. less dependent on imported oil and natural gas than at any time in the last forty years. But even if energy independence is more plausible, that doesn't make it a good thing.
Posted on · Houston companies may have a lot to teach U.S. sponsors of World Cup soccer, particularly when it comes to dealing with federal corruption charges.
Posted on · Trade and foreign investment provide the Houston economy with a crucial buffer against the pain of weak oil and natural gas prices.
Posted on · Houston-based Trumbull Unmanned is one of the co-champions of the 2015 Veterans Business Battle, a competition for veteran-led startups.
Posted on · In 2008, the first Comicpalooza filled just a few tables in the corner of Houston's Alamo Drafthouse Cinema. When it returns this Memorial Day weekend, it will fill the entire George R. Brown Convention Center.
Posted on · Jonathan Brinsden talks housing trends, the 2017 Super Bowl and about those Millennials.
Posted on · The recall covers the Brenham, Texas-based company's entire product line of ice cream, frozen yogurt, sherbet, and frozen snacks, distributed in 23 states and abroad.
Posted on · The University of Houston's Bauer College of Business holds its annual symposium on financial literacy on Saturday, April 11, as the opening event of "Houston Money Week."
Posted on · Texas leads the U.S. in exports to Europe, thanks in no small part to sales of petrochemicals. But the Lone Star State is also a major importer of petrochemicals from Europe.