We use technology to improve or simplify our lives and jobs every day — no matter what job you have or what industry you are in. Despite the fact that everybody uses technology in some way, some industries lag far behind the curve in the adoption of certain technologies....
Ahead of the midterm elections, Democrats have pushed back hard against Republican reluctance to raise the minimum wage. But to really address income inequality, federal and state governments should shift funds from colleges...
In the oil boom towns of North Dakota, Texas and Colorado there's a big demand for new homes — but there's no one to build them. That's because construction companies keep losing skilled workers to the oil companies, which are offering big bonuses and six-figure salaries.
The attached PDF is a list of general election candidates that are supported by HOMEPAC, the registered, non-partisan, political action committee of the Texas Association of Builders, in the 2014 General Election. All decisions to support a legislative or statewide candidate...
According to a recent Trulia survey, twice as many people prefer new homes to existing homes. So what qualifies as "new?" "New" means exactly that: just-built properties that have never been lived in before, or homes purchased in the pre-construction phase.
Meritage Homes Corp. has adopted a risky strategy to compete with the less-expensive market for existing homes: building more homes on speculation. Meritage had 1,311 "spec" homes under construction and available for sale at the end of its third quarter, double its tally...
From Houston to Dallas in an hour and a half, that's the promise officials are making for a new privately-run, privately-funded high-speed bullet train. It's been an idea of the future for years now, but Wednesday night, folks crowded into the NRG Center to hear how the...
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