Posted on · On Friday's show: Financial challenges area hospitals are facing, whether you can trust you COVID-19 test results, dealing with business insurance in the economic crash, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week's news, and new hobbies Houstonians have picked up during the pandemic.
Posted on · Businesses in Harris County are now required to have both staff and customers wear face covers.
Posted on · Grocery stores, medical suppliers and online retailers are among the businesses that are booming during Covid-19.
Posted on · A bill to invalidate some Texas cities’ paid sick leave ordinances died in the state Legislature, but business interest groups are not giving up.
Posted on · One ranking says Houston is the 13th friendliest city for small businesses. But what does it take for them to succeed?
Posted on · It will analyze the accessibility minority and women-owned companies have to do business with the local government.
Posted on · The Texas Department of Public Safety says 4 percent of Texas residents – about 826,000 – have registered for concealed handguns licenses and can now openly carry their firearms where that’s allowed.
Posted on · The annual Texas Black Expo, the state's largest African-American empowerment festival, runs Thursday through Sunday (June 11-14) at the George R. Brown Convention Center. The four-day event features speakers from the business world, business advice for African-American entrepreneurs, a trade show, and a concert. Houston businessman Jerome Love founded the event in 2004 because, he […]
Posted on · Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this was a big weekend for holiday shoppers. It was also a big weekend for small businesses in Houston. Thatâs becauseÂ Small Business SaturdayÂ encourages customers to shop local.Â So today, weâre taking a look at how small businesses are faring in Houston. Are they thriving or dying out? […]
Posted on · Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, this was a big weekend for holiday shoppers. It was also a big weekend for small businesses in Houston. Thatâs because Small Business Saturday encourages customers to shop local.Â So today, weâre taking a look at how small businesses are faring in Houston. Are they thriving or dying out? […]
Posted on · Houston is a city constantly in flux, redefining itself, rethinking itself. In a community and â letâs face it â a society constantly on the move, we can sometimes lose historical and cultural experiences along the way.Â From Astroworldâs carousel (left) to the downtown Houston Foleyâs department store, from homes and offices to hotels, stores, […]