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Millionaires Everywhere

Where is the highest percentage of millionaires in Texas? This list might surprise you

By Elizabeth Rhodes

While you may assume that most of the nation's millionaires flock to cities like New York and Los Angeles — and many of them do — the cities with the highest percentages of the supe ...

More Apartments

A new year for Houston apartments: Building boom adds 25,000 units; will rents come down?

By Barbara Kuntz

Houston's apartment building boom could slow the skyrocketing costs for rent in 2015. That's what apartment locators and realtors are saying, according to a report by KHOU Ch ...

Foodie Scandal

Major national newspaper enrages Texas barbecue devotees with its ignorant views

By Katie Friel

Hell hath no fury like a Texas barbecue lover scorned. Following the publication of a downright sacrilegious article about Austin barbecue in the Wall Street Journal, barbecue lovers took to T ...

From hot dogs to ghosts

Houston is quickly shedding its bad tourist town rap: National pub touts it as a top destination city

By Tyler Rudick

The Wall Street Journal doled out the Space City love in its regular "Take Monday Off" weekend travel guide, giving credence to Houston's ever-growing status as a destinatio ...

Hometown Glory

More than just smarts: Houston and Austin have created the most mid-skilled jobs in the country

By Sarah Rufca

We've heard a lot in the past decade about the two Americas, from John Edwards' campaign platform to the Occupy movement. And while money defines the haves and the have-nots, in today's ...

One Love

Nama-stay away? Lululemon puts Ayn Rand quote on shopping bags and offends some yoga faithful

By Christina Pesoli

Here are two things that don’t normally go together: Yoga and outrage. But when upscale retailer Lululemon Athletica rolled out shopping bags with the question, “Who is John Galt?&rdquo ...

Oil & Chocolate

Sweet on Venezuela: Houston popular landing spot for expats escaping Hugo Chávez rule

By Sarah Rufca

Nothing is more delicious than living in a melting pot. Especially when that pot is full of chocolate. The Wall Street Journal recently reported on the diaspora of middle- and upper-class Venez ...

Based on largest 350 companies

Who is the highest-earning Houston CEO? New study breaks down top executive pay

By Caroline Gallay

Eight Houston-based executives are featured on the Wall Street Journal's list of the nation's top-earning CEOs. WSJ hired a consulting firm to conduct a study of proxy statements to com ...

Art coup

The Wall Street Journal falls hard for the Menil

By Steven Thomson

Rupert Murdoch's media giant, the Wall Street Journal, has gone mad for Houston's Menil Collection, as evidenced in two concurrent articles published Wednesday. In Katherine Ryder& ...

green wheels

The Wall Street Journal sees Houston as the future "electric car capital"

By Steven Thomson

In 2020, will Houston's lionized Art Car Parade be a largely electric affair? Six new electric car charging stations have been installed downtown — a big boost against Houston's r ...

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