Posted on · Dave Weaver formed the Houston Regional Veterans Chamber of Commerce in 2021 to help shepherd, promote, and represent veteran-owned businesses.
Posted on · A CNBC ranking and an employment dispute at Texas A&M show the impact politics can have outside of government
Posted on · The Houston Matters panel of non-experts weighs in on stories from the week’s news and decides if they’re good, bad, or ugly.
Posted on · Amazon AI ethicist leads efforts to ramp up technology access and innovation in her native Jackson, Mississippi. This episode is an encore of the July 23rd, 2021 broadcast.
Posted on · On Twitter, the state GOP urged followers to call their lawmakers in response to the Biden administration's latest rule for large businesses.
Posted on · Economic experts look into how an infrastructure bill, unemployment, and gaps in the supply chain and what it all mean to our pocket books.
Posted on · The East End Maker Hub aims to bring thousands of new advanced manufacturing jobs into Houston's East End.
Posted on · The sociologist behind Rice University’s annual Houston Area Survey, discusses his book Prophetic City: Houston on the Cusp of a Changing America, and how his study of the city after four decades captured a glimpse into America's future.
Posted on · Conversations about the latest news surrounding COVID-19, how entertainment and media has adapted to the pandemic, and the current state of the economy.
Posted on · On Friday's show: The recent spike in COVID-19 cases strains area health care providers, how business accelerators work, tips for struggling small businesses, checking in with Harris County's recovery czar, and The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news.
Posted on · On Thursday's Houston Matters: Guidelines for reopening businesses, job opportunities amid the pandemic, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and Mattress Mack discusses his COVID-19 relief efforts.
Posted on · Some businesses have decided to delay their reopenings, even though Governor Greg Abbott's stay-at-home order has expired and restaurants, movie theaters, malls and retail stores are allowed to reopen at 25% capacity on May 1.
Posted on · Other retailers may want to pay attention to how Toys R Us' new experiential stores work out.
Posted on · Houston Matters will give way to special live coverage from NPR, but our podcast will feature new material.
Posted on · Energy analyst Loren Steffy outlines which sectors of the new energy behemoth might see job cuts.