Hundreds of ships navigate the 52-mile channel each day, requiring pilots to engage in a maneuver they have dubbed “the Texas Chicken,” in which “two ships to chart a course for a head-on collision, then swerve right, and use each other’s wave pressure to move safely past.”
Trinity East Energy sues Dallas, Whole Foods' stock takes a dip, and more from the week in business.
A winning Super Bowl ad boosts the aging electronics equipment's stock.
The university partnered with IBM to provide advanced supercomputing systems that can crunch data and solve problems loads faster than the school's current equipment.
The Dallas-based retailer alerted customers that hackers stole as many as 1.1 million credit and debit card numbers, a much larger figure than previous thought.
UT, which is notoriously protective of its Longhorns brand, is cracking down on retailers selling merchandise that riffs on the name of its new head football coach, Charlie Strong.
Some of Texas's biggest corporations are pushing back against tea party Republicans who oppose spending taxpayer money on infrastructure and public education.
Texas is emerging from the 2012-2013 budget cycle with a surplus of $2.6 billion—more than twice as much as state officials had projected.
The Plano-based retailer is under scrutiny by the Securities and Exchange Commission for its recent stock sale, a move that surprised investors.
The Texas-based airlines and U.S. Airways reached a settlement with the U.S. Department of Justice, making the long-awaited merger "all but certain."
A Texas court ruled that the cyclist might have to give back the money he received from Dallas-based SCA Promotions.
America's leading death-care provider, based in Houston, charges 42% more for its traditional funeral services; Torchy's taco is suing the Texas Taco Company; bags might not fly free at Southwest; and more.
This week the Texans running back became the first professional athlete to go public in a new financial exchange that allows investors to buy and trade shares tied to an athlete’s future earnings.
Home prices in Houston and Dallas are “up more than at any time since the oil boom of the 1980s." And with every rise...