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Researcher Aims to Tell the Stories of Woman-Owned Businesses in Post-War Houston

Posted on · Today, the idea of women owning businesses is not a novel one, like it might have been back in the middle of the 20 Century. But gender roles started to fluctuate slowly after World War II, including here in Houston, and women took the initiative to start more and more businesses over the decades. But […]

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Female CEOs Share their Experiences and Lessons for Women in Business

Posted on · Today is the start of the Women's Business Enterprise Alliance's Business Expo at the George R. Brown Convention Center. For 20 years, the WBEA has worked to help women’s business enterprises grow and develop. The Houston-based organization serves nearly 100 counties in the state. To learn more about the challenges women face in business, we […]

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Flooding Update and Women in Business: Wednesday’s Show (May 27, 2015)

Posted on · <a href=”https://storify.com/KUHFNews/houston-mayor-declares-state-of-disaster-following” target=”_blank”>View “undefined” on Storify</a> We have the latest on this week’s flooding in and around Houston on today’s Houston Matters. We lead off with representatives from Harris County Emergency Management and the National Weather Service. We learn what cleanup and recovery efforts are underway, and what more we can expect in terms of […]