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Investment bank to open Austin office aimed at business owners looking to sell

Austin’s growing base of “technology, data, advanced manufacturing, and clean energy companies" is attractive to buyers.
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Travis County wants to know where housing market misses the mark

Travis County wants to contribute to a multi-agency study on the area's housing portfolio, gaps and needs. Travis County commissioners on Tuesday approved starting discussions with the city of Austi…
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C3 Presents to spend $1.5M on Zilker Park improvements ahead of next ACL Fest

Zilker Park is getting a million-dollar upgrade, thanks to C3 presents, the local entertainment company that each year hosts the Austin City Limits Festival on the site. C3, which is based in Austi…
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Amazon, Chase and Berkshire Hathaway search for a health care chief

Jamie Dimon, Warren Buffett and Jeff Bezos are looking for someone to help them shake up U.S. health care.
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Granger Accepts American Conservative Union Award

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- Congresswoman Kay Granger (TX-12) released the following statement upon receiving the American Conservative Union’s (ACU) Award for Conservative Achievement:    “Earlier this mo…
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ACC celebrates nearly 2,000 graduates at spring commencement

The Austin Community College District (ACC) will celebrate its spring graduates during commencement Thursday, May 10. When: Thursday, May 10 Where: Frank Erwin Center, 1701 Red River St. Time: 6 p.m…
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E-commerce CEO sees exit on horizon after $64M investment from Goldman Sachs

BigCommerce just raised an eight-figure series F funding round — one of the biggest investments of the year in Austin. An exit, such as an initial public offering, could be next according to the comp…
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In.gredients, country's first zero-waste grocery store, to close in East Austin

In.gredients, an East Austin grocery store that claims it is the nation's first to operate with zero waste, will close later this week after five years in business. April 27 is the last day for the …
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Round Rock to get first phase of 30-acre industrial park later this year

Construction has already started on a 350,000-square-foot industrial project in Round Rock, located on about 30 acres in the growing Austin suburb. It's the first development in the area by publicly …
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Rep. Cuellar Announces Funding for USDA Rural Development Programs to Tackle Opioid Crisis

Congressman Henry Cuellar (TX-28), a member of the House Appropriations Committee and Subcommittees on Homeland Security and Defense, announced funding available through the United States Department …
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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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