Early in-person voting numbers for tomorrow’s state election proved to be at an all-time low for Harris County, down 33 percent less than the 2010 election.
As Texas continues to experience a drilling boom that brought supercharged revenue into the state, but also strained services and heightened environmental concerns, the Nov. 4 Gubernatorial election will prove to be a showdown of clashing energy platforms.
The Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) will meet on Oct. 28-29, when it is anticipated that the third quantitative easing (QE3) bond buying program may draw to a close.
Now more than ever, business school deans are taking a hands-on approach in terms of recruiting prospective students, top researchers and committed faculty to help graduate prepared candidates ready to fill industry needs.
Less than a month after its U.S. debut, Apple’s iPhone 6 has faced public criticism on numerous fronts. Initial claims that the thinness of the iPhone 6 Plus causes unnatural, permanent bending of the device have been followed by reports of immense troubles with its operating system.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but this year consumers are less likely than ever to donate to this cause.