Posted on · We ask a certified financial planner what you should know about the FDIC and the bank where you deposit your money.
Posted on · An area financial planner urges those counting on the student loan forgiveness program to be ready for the Supreme Court to strike it down.
Posted on · The pandemic slowdown led the region’s oil and natural gas sector to crater in value by 51%, dragging down manufacturing with it.
Posted on · These disco, soul and R&B legends discuss their influence on the music of the 70’s, 80’s. Plus, tips from a pro-athlete on financial empowerment.
Posted on · An upcoming report says drillers plan to sell off "non-core" assets in search of stronger cash flow.
Posted on · A new survey looks at military families’ financial situations
Posted on · The Texas comptroller says that despite continued economic growth, the state budget faces increased demands for spending on Medicaid, roads and recovery from Hurricane Harvey.
Posted on · We’ve compiled an overview of everything Texans should know about campaign finance reports and why they’re important.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: We round up the top stories of 2017 in state, local, and national politics. We get answers to your personal finance questions. And we learn about the relative abundance of labyrinths in Greater Houston.
Posted on · The Texas Senate finance committee discusses different projects
Posted on · The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China opened a branch in Houston this week.
Posted on · Henry Cisneros is a former federal Housing and Urban Development secretary and an expert in urban planning and infrastructure. He joins Houston Matters to explain the challenges ahead in rebuilding Texas’ infrastructure after Harvey.
Posted on · The current special session ends on Wednesday.
Posted on · It's time again for our weekly political roundup and analysis of national, state and local political stories — with an eye toward how they might affect Houston and Texas. This week, we discuss Congress coming back this week from its spring recess, the 100-day milestone of Donald Trump’s presidency, growing tensions with North Korea, and […]
Posted on · Bauer College of Business professor Praveen Kumar discusses the implications of firms holding back on investing in new technology.