Valero doesn’t get a break, Southwest lands a new fleet, and Star Wars fanatics rejoice.
Another hiccup for AT&T, American Airlines’s parent company gets delisted, and San Antonio will now be the mechanic for America’s most famous plane.
Johnson and Johnson sheds tears over Texas lawsuit, Houston stomps Silicon Valley in tech job growth, and the sour finanial condition of Imperial Sugar.
A hedge fund scandal revolves around Dell, AT&T turns its gaze on Dish Network, and Houston executives rake it in.
Apple nearly nudges Exxon out of the top spot for most valuable company, JC Penney unveils a new logo, and H-E-B tries to buy its .xxx domain name.
But the Emerging Technology Fund has added 820 jobs, and Houston has two of the top-selling subdivisions.
A Tyler man says he invented the technology that laid the groundwork for the web, Frito sales are on the rise, and Rice could help offer open-source textbooks.
BP has invested more than $1 billion in wind energy in Texas, Dell’s stocks take a dip, and every minute spent waiting in line at the border costs companies $116 million.
Blockbuster shuts down one-third of its locations, international business out of Texas goes gangbusters, and home prices increase in San Antonio and Houston.
The state pays big bucks to bring Apple (and 3,600 jobs) to Austin, Texans eat out more often than residents of any other state, and the Capitol City will bring in $264 million this month.
The first fleet of Lockheed Martin’s F-35 fighter jets, which are produced in Fort Worth, are roughly $1 billion more expensive than anticipated.
Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott scored a victory over the EPA this week over when a federal appeals court ordered the federal agency to take more time to consider Texas’s pollution control measures.
Dallas insurers say claims are lower than expected, the home construction slump adversely affects the ice-production industry, and other business news.
Texas joins fourteen other states in a lawsuit against Apple, AT&T dumps the Yellow Pages, and Mattress Firm will get a great night’s sleep after it becomes the largest bedding chain in America.
The Texas Association of Business criticizes the State Board of Education’s math curriculum and working in Texas pays off for women.