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GE says it may replace KPMG as auditor

General Electric Co. is considering replacing KPMG LLP as its auditor, possibly ending a century-long relationship that has come under scrutiny following multiple government investigations into GE’s …
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1,800 companies left California in a year — with most bound for Texas

A record number of companies are leaving California for states with a better business climate, and a new report shows that Texas remains the No. 1 destination. See why they are being urged to leave C…
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Plains All American appoints female Tudor Pickering co-founder to board

Alexandra Pruner, formerly the CFO of Tudor, Pickering, Holt and Co. and its parent company, now serves on the boards of two of Houston's most prominent energy companies.
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Houston energy co. takes steps to save stock listing

Houston-based Camber Energy Inc. (NYSE American: CEI) has managed to nab some stockholder equity, putting it on track to deal with some of its delisting problems. Camber now has about $8 million in …
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Photos: Fort Bend County ranch owned by late heart surgeon Denton Cooley for sale

A Houston-area ranch owned by the estate of Dr. Denton Cooley, a renowned heart surgeon who died in 2016, is for sale with an asking price of $7.3 million. Cool Acres spans 406 acres and is about 1…
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See the Houston neighborhoods with the most home sales transactions

The Katy Southwest area saw the most home sales transactions between Dec. 1, 2017, and Nov. 30, 2018.
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Photos: New owner of Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts unveils new name, menu

Lee’s Fried Chicken & Donuts, which was purchased earlier this year by Houston-based Sambrooks Management Co., will now take the name of its new owner. The fast-food restaurant changed its name to S…
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Instacart ends Whole Foods deal as Amazon ramps up delivery

Instacart Inc. and Whole Foods Market Inc. are making their breakup official. And they're already moving on to other relationships and dividing their assets. Starting Dec. 13, the San Francisco-bas…
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Deal of the Week: Royal Caribbean to build Port of Galveston cruise terminal

Royal Caribbean expects to invest nearly $100 million to build the 200,000-square-foot terminal.
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Take two: Dine-in cinema to anchor Woodlands development after canceling plans for Cypress location

Austin-based Moviehouse & Eatery has signed on to anchor a new retail development in The Woodlands’ Village of Creekside Park, The Howard Hughes Corp. (NYSE: HHC) announced. It will be the first Hou…
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Houston rare coin company banks on more than just currency

Stepping into the U.S. Coins storefront feels like stepping into a history museum.
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What to expect from the new residential real estate tech startups targeting Houston

While the platforms may differ, they all bank on a common belief. The traditional way to buy and sell a house is complicated, time-consuming and not user-friendly for today’s on-demand consumer. Howe…
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Director of TMC Innovation Institute steps down

Erik Halvorsen, director of the Texas Medical Center Innovation Institute, stepped down from his position, according to multiple sources. Halvorsen led the TMC Innovation Institute since 2015, when…
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Esports league with Houston team to play in Dallas, elsewhere next season

The Overwatch League is hitting the road. With the exception of its inaugural Grand Finals, the esports league has been based at Blizzard Arena Los Angeles in Burbank, California. OWL will still pla…
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Houston angel investment networks join forces to support local startups

Four Houston-based angel and venture capital investment networks have banded together to support local early-stage companies. The Houston Investor Network Alliance, or HINA, is made up of the Houst…
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