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While Houston job recovery lags due to the pandemic, area home sales are strong, according to the Greater Houston Partnership.
According to NAI Partners, the Greater Houston area has 71 craft breweries.
Online spending in the U.S. was up 44% from 2019 to 2020, and transportation expert Bill Eisele said this uptick has put a strain on the region’s transportation system.
Mitchell's last day with Partnership Lake Houston will be June 18, but he will remain at the organization until his replacement is hired this summer.
Because of an increased demand for lumber, steel, copper and even appliances, more than 70% of contractors nationwide faced supply shortages in the first quarter of this year.
'Our most vulnerable Texans': Every Texan analyst talks labor market lag, effect of ending federal unemployment supplement
Jonathan Lewis, a senior policy analyst with Austin-based nonprofit Every Texan, discussed challenges businesses are facing in finding employees.
Gov. Greg Abbott announces end-date for Texans to receive federal pandemic-related unemployment benefits
Effective June 26, unemployed Texans will no longer be eligible to receive the $300 weekly unemployment supplement from the Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation program.
High demand for residential properties along with a shrinking inventory of homes translated into a roughly 8%-10% increase in residential values on average across the county this year
Schools nationwide will be able to serve nutritious meals to all students free of charge regardless of eligibility through June 30, 2022, officials announced.
About 37% of Houston office employees had returned to in-person work as of the end of March, as compared to an average of less than 25% in other major U.S. metros.
‘It’s been a rough year for us’: Expert explains economic effects of winter storm, ongoing pandemic in Houston region
“It's been a rough year for us economically; it's been a rough year for us public health wise. It's just been a rough year for us psychologically—first the coronavirus and then the freeze," said Patrick Jankowski, senior vice president of research with the Greater Houston Partnership.
As many as 31 stores across nine states will be shuttered as Fry's Electronics shuts down due to market changes and the pandemic.
Emerging technology and alternative-energy sectors could help ease the blow of the downturn in Houston's oil and gas industry caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
If passed into law, the congressman's bill would override the president's order, according to a statement.
According to Jazz Hamilton, first vice president with the Retail Brokerage Services group for CBRE, between January and November of 2020, consumers spent almost $550 billion online—a 33% increase from 2019.
A second round of the Paycheck Protection Program has been approved by Congress and aims to continue distributing financial relief to small businesses. Here is everything you need to know about the second round of the loan program.
The governor explained what Texas has learned from the pandemic and how that will affect legislative priorities.
From ghost kitchens to margaritas to go, experts believe some restaurant trends from 2020 are here to stay beyond the pandemic.
Employment forecast: Houston’s economy has ‘a long way to go’ to fully recover from COVID-19 recession
Patrick Jankowski said he projects between 35,000-52,000 new jobs will be added to the Houston region in the coming year, but it all depends on whether the COVID-19 virus can be contained.
U.S. Small Business Administration lending in Houston during FY 2019-20 amounts to 19 years of typical lending
About 236,000 businesses in the Houston area were approved for assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration from October 2019-September 2020.
In the midst of 2020’s economic downturn, Harris County continues to consider social vulnerability when prioritizing flood mitigation projects
Zoning expert and law professor Sara Bronin explained how marginalized populations can find themselves in a “vicious cycle” when government agencies do not take steps to protect them from flooding.
Citing economic strain due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, ExxonMobil officials announced in a press release Oct. 29 plans to lay off approximately 1,900 employees primarily at its management offices in Houston.
However, failing to further develop a talent pipeline in medical expertise would lead to job losses, the report notes.