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Space Cowboys? That's what you'll call Astros team in Sugar Land
Ex-boyfriend arrested in death of Houston teen shot 22 times
Former voice of Houston sports who rose to fame at ESPN dies
The 7 best rapid, at-home COVID-19 tests that you can buy online
Starbucks nixes vaccine mandate after Supreme Court ruling
Many other big companies, including Target, have been mum on their plans.
By DEE-ANN DURBIN
AT&T, Verizon pause some new 5G after airlines raise alarm
By DAVID KOENIG
Texas gas supplies plunge during winter storms. That's a problem.
By Catherine Traywick and Sergio Chapa
Pipeline spills 300,000 gallons of diesel near New Orleans
By JANET McCONNAUGHEY and MATTHEW BROWN
H-E-B debunks viral photo of empty shelves, bread shortage rumors
By Steven Santana
UK consumer prices rise at fastest pace in almost 30 years
LONDON (AP) — Consumer prices in the United Kingdom have risen at the fastest pace in almost 30 years as higher costs for energy, transportation, food and furniture squeezed household incomes....
By DANICA KIRKA
Turkey's deal with UAE to build foreign exchange reserves
EXPLAINER: Are Turkey's efforts to fix the economy working?
By SUZAN FRASER
Lebanese judge freezes assets of central bank governor
By SARAH EL DEEB
Eurogroup seeks path between high inflation, slower growth
GM expands market for hydrogen fuel cells beyond vehicles
DETROIT (AP) — General Motors is finding new markets for its hydrogen fuel cell systems, announcing that it will work with another company to build mobile electricity generators, electric vehicle...
German leader champions new tack on climate at Davos event
By JAMEY KEATEN
Colorado coal town grapples with future as plant shuts down
By PATTY NIEBERG
Stocks edge lower on Wall Street; investors review earnings
By DAMIAN J. TROISE
US, allies pledge unity on Russia; to do what isn't as clear
By ELLEN KNICKMEYER and LORNE COOK
Women in Business
These Texans were named Forbes' richest self-made women
These women have made big money
By Steven Santana
This Black-owned Houston clothing line wants you to love brown
By Layne Van Vranken
How the biggest challenges can be the greatest opportunities
By Entrepreneur Staff
How a musician used the pandemic to launch a fashion brand
By Jakhongir Azimov and Bonnie Stoller
How to accelerate your success as a female founder
By Sarah Smith
More Business News
Virgin to offer first flights to Austin
Virgin will begin service to Austin starting this upcoming Spring season.
By Christopher Jasper
Incoming CEO at Southwest Air faces numerous challenges
Taking over as the sixth leader of Southwest Airlines, Robert Jordan talks about wages, hiring, and modernizing the company.
By DAVID KOENIG
Facebook’s Meta expanding in Texas
The company has leased half of what will be Austin’s tallest skyscraper, making the social media giant the latest major business to expand in the state.
By Bre Bradham
H-E-B just purchased a vacant supermarket in Dallas
The lauded grocery chain now owns a vacant Albertsons in Dallas, but is providing minimal details about the real estate purchase.
By Jess Elizarraras
ExxonMobil discovers more oil off Guyana's coast
The company said a vessel that arrived in Guyana late last year is expected to start production in upcoming months with a target of up to 220,000 barrels of oil a day.
Scarce labor is likely to squeeze U.S. business long after Covid
Successive U.S. jobs reports -- the one for December is due on Friday -- have shown a shrunken labor force, with potential employees kept on the sidelines or retiring early.
By Craig Torres and Alex Tanzi
A record 4.5 million Americans quit their jobs in November
The U.S. job market is bouncing back strongly from last year's coronavirus recession.
By PAUL WISEMAN
Thousands of flights canceled, delayed at start of workweek
More than 2,600 U.S. flights and more than 4,100 worldwide have been grounded.
How Discord became a social hub for young people
In 2015, Jason Citron, a computer programmer, was struggling to break through in the video game industry. The new multiplayer game he had created with his development studio, Hammer & Chisel, was not catching on. So Citron engineered an abrupt...
By Kellen Browning
Elon Musk sells yet another $1 billion in Tesla stock
The car and space entrepreneur previously announced on Twitter plans to sell 10% of his stock holdings.
By Abigail Rosenthal
TikTok content moderator sues, traumatized from reviewed videos
For as long as 12 hours each day, Frazier and moderators reviewed 'extreme and graphic violence.'
By Bryan Pietsch
Americans widely distrust these social media platforms, poll says
It's a rare thing that Americans of all ages and politics largely seem to agree on.
By Heather Kelly and Emily Guskin
Amazon settles with NLRB to give workers power to organize
This settlement agreement provides a crucial commitment from Amazon.
By ANNE D'INNOCENZIO
Houston to receive $18.3 million for Bayport Container Terminal
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg is awarding more than $241 million in grants to bolster U.S ports, part of the Biden administration's near-term plan to address America's clogged supply chain.
By HOPE YEN
Texas-based Oracle drops $28 billion on medical records company
Software maker Oracle is buying electronic medical records company Cerner in an all-cash deal valued at about $28.3 billion.