Houston has some of highest funeral costs, Tesla Motors wants to sell electric cars directly to customers, J.C. Penney's embattled CEO was fired, and more.
Could new legislation make cable more appealing than satellite television?
Some think the state should lessen its 14 percent tax on mixed drinks for bars that present live music more than four times a week.
Proposed legislation would limit microbreweries' ability to distribute their product.
Macy's thought they were exclusive.
Plus, floundering J.C. Penney hired Sergio Zyman, the man who introduced one of Coca-Cola's most successful products (Diet Coke)—and one of its least successful (New Coke).
Some analysts predict the deal could be bad news for leisure travelers, especially those in smaller markets.
Tightening the budget means the Lege may reduce film incentive spending by nearly $30 million, a decision that could end up costing millions in economic impact.
The Dallas Mavericks owner is back in federal court this month, hoping to get an insider-trading lawsuit against him thrown out.
The company's stocks shot up thirteen percent on news that CEO Michael Dell might work with private investors to buyout shareholders.
The Spinning Spur Wind Project generates enough electricity to power more than 60,000 homes.
Thanks to a near monopoly on inmate calling services. Plus: shipping strikes, SeaWorld’s IPO, and stalled stem cell therapy.
According to the Electric Reliability Council of Texas, the state's struggling power system would likely support even a widespread adoption of the vehicles.
If the slate of federal budget cuts goes into effect on January 2, NASA's budget will be slashed by 8.2 percent, and some 5,600 jobs could be lost at Johnson Space Center.
And Exxon CEO Rex Tillerson will get a $4.59 million bonus.