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Living Naturally In a Chemical World for Better Health

Taking care of our bodies naturally is not becoming a trend, but it is instead evolving into a necessity as studies are linking more diseases to chemical-containing products that we use every day. Psyche Terry, CEO and founder of intimate ...

Restaurant Owner Giving $500,000 to African American Museum

A woman who started out as a grill worker and now owns multiple restaurants is pledging $500,000 for the International African American Museum that's being developed in Charleston.

Toys "R" Us Isn't Closing Stores

This should be the most wonderful time of the year for Toys "R" Us.

Apple Finally Got Its Tax Break to Bring Billions Home. Your Move Apple...

For years, Apple CEO Tim Cook has called on Washington to make it less costly for his company to bring back the billions of dollars it holds overseas. Just in time for Christmas, Cook finally got his wish.

2017 Was a Great Year to Be Rich

It's never a bad year to be rich, exactly. But 2017 turned out to be a particularly good one. Rich people are doing so well these days that their spending on luxury goods isn't even keeping up.

Retail's Toughest Year: A Record for Store Closings

The traditional retail industry just capped one of its most difficult years with a successful holiday shopping season. The question is, will that be enough to save stores on the brink?

Texas Restaurant Under Fire for ‘Racist’ Vintage Neon Sign

A restaurant in Texas is facing backlash after a photo of a sign posted in one of its rooms went viral on social media. The vintage neon sign at Cook’s Garage in Lubbock features a caricature of an African-American man ...

Shell Honors Heroes of Houston with National Ad Campaign

Hurricane Harvey was a storm that changed us. Whether directly affected or indirectly Harvey changed Houstonians and those around the world emotionally, mentally, and physically. Our values of what was important changed. Our concerns for our fellowman broke color lines ...

Why Wells Fargo Could Be One of Tax Reform's Big Winners

Some of Wall Street's largest banks stand to win big from the tax bill now hurtling its way towards the president's desk — but among them, Wells Fargo will make out the best. That's according to an analysis released by ...

BET Making Numerous Changes to Stay No.1

According to the Hollywood Reporter, BET is making a lot of changes to stay at the top. There latest was the removal of Debra Lee as BET President. She will remain in her role as chairman and CEO while Scott ...

H-E-B Acquires Property at Meyerland Plaza

H-E-B has finalized an agreement with Fidelis Realty Partners to develop a 95,000 sq. ft., two-story location in the northwest corner of Meyerland Plaza. The store will house a parking structure, BBVA Compass Bank and an elevator vestibule on the ...

What's in the GOP's Final Tax Plan

On the heels of the House passing the Republican tax overhaul bill Tuesday afternoon on a party-line vote, the Senate followed suit early Wednesday morning, passing it with Republican votes only.

Top Court: Uber Should Be Regulated Like a Taxi Company

Europe's top court has ruled that Uber should be regulated as a transportation company -- and not a tech firm.

Sweet and Salty! Hershey Buys SkinnyPop Maker

It's a marriage of sweet and salty. Candy king Hershey is buying Amplify Snack Brands, the maker of SkinnyPop popcorn, for $1.6 billion.

Amazon's Corporate Bulldozer Is Fueled by Wall Street

Amazon is a wrecking ball. It has bankrupted bookstores, crippled clothing stores, shaken the grocery industry and turned strip malls into ghost towns.