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The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Receives the 2017 “Marketer of the Year Award” in the Economic Development Category

The Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce was named the 2017 Marketer of the Year for the Economic Development category during the Annual Marketer of the Year awards ceremony celebrated on Monday night at the Houston Museum of Natural Science. The ...

Google Is Hiring 10,000 People to Clean Up YouTube

Google is going on a hiring spree to try to stamp out offensive videos and comments on YouTube.

What the CVS-Aetna Deal Means for Consumers

Who needs to go to the doctor when you can go to your local CVS drug store instead? That appears to be the logic behind CVS's decision to buy health insurer Aetna for $69 billion.

McDonald's Manager to Get $110,000 for Helping Catch Tampa Suspect

A McDonald's manager who gave police a loaded gun that led to the arrest of a suspect in a series of killings in Tampa will receive a $110,000 reward.

Mayor Turner Paves Way for Negotiations to Bring to Houston a Hemispheric Operations Base for Chinese Maker of Airport Equipment

Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and officials of CIMC-TianDa, a China-based firm, have signed a memorandum of understanding under which the company could develop a base of operations for manufacturing in Houston.

Jessica Alba Wants More Women Leaders at The Honest Company

Jessica Alba is trying to solve a problem many business owners face: getting more women into leadership positions at her company.

Apple May Not Need This Supplier. Its Stock Crashes 23%

Dialog Semiconductor is finding out what happens when you put most of your eggs (or apples, perhaps) in one basket.

Astros, Texans, and JC Penney Partner to Spread Holiday Cheer to Harvey Families

With the Christmas season in full swing, JC Penney’s annual Giving Sprees decided to make it a hometown affair last Tuesday.

Houston Mayor, Others, Help Provide Additional $28.9 Million to Hurricane Harvey Victims

Continuing efforts to help victims hit hard by the massive storm, the Hurricane Harvey Relief Fund (HHRF) has distributed $28.9 million more in financial aid and services to flood victims in the Houston area.

Tilman Fertitta Is Looking for a Few Good Houstonians — 600 of Them

Rockets owner and Houston hospitality magnate Tillman Fertitta is hiring: The hotelier’s new luxury property in Uptown, The Post Oak, will soon reportedly employ 600 people to work in various capacities, from catering events and front desk managers to directors ...

How These Millennials Are Fighting for Your Holiday Dollars

As people tackle their holiday shopping lists, companies are competing for their dollars. The Millennial founders of three companies, Away, Glossier and Harry's, shared their tips for keeping their brands relevant during the holiday season.

Tumblr Founder David Karp to Step Down

Tumblr's founder is signing off. David Karp told Tumblr staff Monday that he will leave the company at the end of this year, capping off a decade in which he grew the service into one of the leading social networks ...

Goya Foods Expands Distribution Facility In Texas

Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States, expands its North American Processing Center in Brookshire, Texas by adding 324,000 square feet of production warehouse, distribution warehouse, production office and auxiliary buildings.

Victoria's Secret Is Struggling Because Women Want to Be Comfortable

When you think about Victoria's Secret, you think push-ups, Miracle Bras and sexy lingerie. The problem for Victoria's Secret is that women don't want those anymore. In early 2016,

Wells Fargo Housing Foundation Announces $6 Million in Grants

Wells Fargo & Company announced $6 million toward neighborhood revitalization efforts with 47 grants to nonprofits through the Wells Fargo Housing Foundation’s 2017 Priority Markets Program.