Author: Florian Martin

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Harvey was a lot of things but maybe not a Grinch when it comes to holiday shopping. Houstonians remain on course to spend more than... [Read More]
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While many Texas crops got flooded, one unconventional Houston farm was able to supply restaurants with fresh lettuce after Harvey... [Read More]
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City, county, state and federal government are all working to weaken the effects of another Harvey... [Read More]
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Sen. Ted Cruz spoke at the Greater Houston Partnership's annual "State of the Senate" event... [Read More]
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The Industrial and Commercial Bank of China opened a branch in Houston this week. [Read More]
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Marketplace® is your liaison between economics and life. Noted for timely, relevant and accessible coverage of business news across both audio and digital platforms, Marketplace... [Read More]
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Several residents paid their October rent despite being told to move out. [Read More]
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More than five weeks after Harvey, why are hundreds of thousands of Texans still waiting for disaster assistance? [Read More]
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Unemployment claims spiked after the storm, but long-term impact should be limited. [Read More]
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Many say they are being denied immediate disaster assistance. [Read More]
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The county won't raise taxes to pay for the recovery from Harvey, but Judge Ed Emmett is considering a bond election. [Read More]
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A report shows small business revenue was back to normal a week after Harvey hit Houston. [Read More]
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The plaintiffs claim the agency is evicting them even though most units are fine. [Read More]
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Denise Hamilton, CEO of Watch Her Work, is dedicating much of her time to helping flood victims receive the help they need. [Read More]
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Houston's shelter population is shrinking but many victims of Tropical Storm Harvey still have no home. [Read More]
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