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Wal-Mart Probes Whether India Company Misrepresented Cotton Sheets

Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said that it is reviewing supplies from Welspun India Ltd. days after Target Corp. severed ties with the Indian textile maker alleging that the company billed sheets it sold as made with Egyptian cotton when they weren’t.

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HTA’s Donates $141,000 to Improve Public Tennis Courts

The Houston Tennis Association has allocated $141,000 to resurface courts at Homer Ford and Lee LeClear tennis centers.

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Grammy Award Winning Artist and Activist Visits Houston

Houston...Grammy award winning musician and community activist David Banner, as well as legendary poet Mutabaruka, will be featured at the Shrine of the Black Madonna, 5309 Martin Luther King Blvd on September 3rd and 4th, 2016.

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Mylan Execs Gave Themselves Raises As They Hiked EpiPen Prices

EpiPen prices aren't the only thing to jump at Mylan. Executive salaries have also seen a stratospheric uptick.

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Greater Houston Sheds 8,600 Jobs In July

Greater Houston lost a net 8,600 jobs in July. But the latest numbers from the Texas Workforce Commission suggest the region’s economy may have turned a corner.

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Rainbow of Love Adoptions and More…

Everyone needs help from time to time, but those that have the greatest need are single mothers. Whether the mother is expecting a child or have young children, single mothers make decisions based on the wellbeing of their children and not themselves. Rainbow of Love is a Texas Social Service agency founded on the premise of helping single mothers.

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Univision Buys Gawker Media for US $135 Million

Univision has won the auction for Gawker Media after placing a winning bid of US$135 million for the bankrupt blog network, according to a person familiar with the deal.

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Black-Owned Software Company Recognized as One of the Fastest Growing Private Companies in the U.S.

Pay Sell Co., a Black-owned software company based in Pensacola, Florida has earned the ranking of #484 on the prestigious Inc. 500. Published annually by Inc.com and Inc. Magazine, Inc. 500 and Inc.

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Testing Company Has to Pay $20.7 Million in Fines for Problems with STAAR Exams

Students experienced a myriad of problems when it came to standardize testing last spring due to massive computer problems.

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Texas Southern University Students Win International Competition

While participating in an internship with Congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee, Texas Southern University student Anthony Collier was offered a business opportunity that he took a chance on. Good thing he did. An entrepreneur in India had developed a technology that is one of kind that blocks radiation, boost phone reception and conserves battery life all on a chip called RadBlok. Collier and a group he formed of other TSU students that included David Funchess, Shanique Brown, Aubrey Conley and Ashytn Duncan developed a business plan for the chip and presented it to the International Competition for Entrepreneurs and won.

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