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Full Show: Astros-Yankees Preview, And Employment After Harvey (Oct. 13, 2017)

Posted on · On Friday's edition of Houston Matters: We get a preview of the series between the Astros and Yankees. We examine the affect Harvey had on the Houston job market. And Roger D. Hodge talks about his book, Texas Blood.

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Full Show: The Health Museum’s New Affiliation, The Business Of Baseball, And Prison Education (July 27, 2017)

Posted on · Baseball is more than just a sport. And although that may sound like something a baseball fan would say, it’s true. And Lee College Huntsville Center offers college courses for credit in the Texas

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Where Does Houston Stand in the Global Economy?

Posted on · (Above: Countries shaded in blue are among Houston’s top 20 trading partners. Image Courtesy: Greater Houston Partnership) We often hear that Houston is a global city – but what does that mean? The term might be used to describe our area’s much-touted cultural diversity. But it could also be used to describe the region’s role […]

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Houston’s Place in the Global Economy, and Nursing Shortage Update: Monday’s Show (May 22, 2017)

Posted on · We often hear that Houston is a global city – but what does that mean? The term might be used to describe our area’s much-touted cultural diversity. But it could also be used to describe the region’s role as an international economic engine. To see just where Houston stacked up on the latter front, researchers from […]

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Live From The Greater Houston Partnership! Monday’s Show (May 15, 2017)

Posted on · Houston Matters is broadcasting live today from downtown Houston. In many ways it’ll be our normal show — just from a different location. We’ll be broadcasting from the new headquarters of the Greater Houston Partnership — the new Partnership Tower. Host Craig Cohen will spend the hour talking with panelists from Greater Houston’s business community about spurring innovation, diversity in the workforce, and

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How Can Houston Become More of a Hub for Innovation?

Posted on · (Above: Gina Luna, chair of the Greater Houston Partnership’s Houston Innovation Roundtable; Ed Egan, director of the McNair Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy; and Lori Vetters, president and CEO of the Houston Technology Center, speak onstage during a live broadcast of “Houston Matters” from the offices of […]

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Live from the Greater Houston Partnership! Monday’s Show (May 15, 2017)

Posted on · (Above: Panelists discuss diversity in the workforce (L-R): Bruce Ruzinsky, partner and chair of the diversity committee at the Jackson Walker law firm; Ivette Mayo, president of Yo Soy I Am, LLC; and Dennis Kennedy, founder of the National Diversity Council. Photo: Derek Stokely | Houston Public Media) Houston Matters is broadcasting live today from […]

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Houston Matters: Live from the Greater Houston Partnership!

Posted on · (Above: The Greater Houston Partnership’s new building, Partnership Tower. Photo Courtesy: GHP) Houston Matters is broadcasting live from downtown on Monday, May 15, at noon. In many ways, it’ll be our normal show — just from a different location. We’ll be broadcasting from the new headquarters of the Greater Houston Partnership — the new Partnership Tower. […]