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Real estate group opposes CodeNext's final draft as petition is certified, hearings to begin

The Real Estate Council of Austin doesn't support the third and final draft of CodeNext; they say it doesn't do enough to boost boost transit or affordable housing, or simplify the city's permitting …
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What to expect from AMD's Q1 financials: Chipmaker could make a big splash this earnings season

Advanced Micro Devices Inc. investors could be in for a bit of a ride this week. Options traders expect the stock to move nearly 8 percent, up or down, after the semiconductor company reports its fi…
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Flight records give insight into Amazon's HQ2 roadshow

Track Jeff Bezos' personal Gulftstream G650ER as the company hones in on a $5 billion second headquarters.
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Investment management giant in charge of nearly $1.8 trillion to expand into Austin

PIMCO, one of the global giants of fixed-income investments, is opening an Austin office to tap into the local tech talent pool.
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Fastest-growing neighborhoods: Where homes are sprouting in Central Texas

Store owners and retail executives, take note: The fastest-growing residential developments in the Austin region are on the suburban fringe. So while downtown Austin has cool cachet and a definite p…
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Amazon can now deliver boxes inside your car, if you drive the right brand

Amazon will now deliver to your parked car while you're at work. Take that, package swipers.
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Conservative think tank challenges Austin's sick-leave rules

The Texas Public Policy Foundation is already suing the city of Austin for its short-term rental regulations. Now it's taking action on sick leave on behalf of the Texas Association of Business and o…
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Capital Factory invests in San Antonio startup making it easier to remove criminal history from internet

San Antonio-based E-Legal Inc., doing business as Easy Expunctions, was selected to receive an additional $100,000 of investment through Austin-based startup incubator Capital Factory. For several m…
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Much ado about scooters: Austin divided over two-wheeled contraptions going 15 mph

The recent arrival in Austin of electric scooters for rent has put renewed focus on how the city interacts with on-demand companies, similar to its tussles with HomeAway Inc. and Uber Technologies In…
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Incentive deal in works for expansion of Presidio mixed-use development in Cedar Park

Riverside Resources expects to spend about $36 million on the second phase of Presidio, which calls for 90,000-plus square feet of commercial space with shops, restaurants and an upscale movie theate…
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For startup success, avoid these 3 brutal time-wasters

These time-waisting taps can jeopardize success and sink startups working on small margins. Take it from the CEO of Austin-based BuildFax.
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Two trendy condo projects aim to provide urban living at cheaper price tag

With luxury condo towers rising throughout the city, it’s easy to lose sight of some of the smaller condo projects in the works that could offer home ownership at a lower price.
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NRA followers spar online with Yeti, igniting social media firestorm

A change by Yeti Coolers LLC to its discounting programs has provoked the ire of the National Rifle Association, as well as its followers, resulting in a social media firestorm for the Austin company…
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Is Austin's planning commission stacked in favor of real estate interests? Council to weigh in

At issue is whether professionals such as architects and attorneys should be considered in the same way to count toward commission membership limits as developers.
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Turning cremated ashes into diamonds puts Austin entrepreneur in national spotlight

Adelle Archer is on the cover of the next issue of Inc. magazine for something she never expected — creating a business that turns the ashes of dead people into diamonds. She is the co-founder of Et…
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