The plethora of energy and technology jobs in Houston isn’t the only thing that’s great about this Lone Star State city. There’s also a whole lot of excitement going on each weekend — especially now that summer is underway.
Archives: June 2013
On Friday, June 21, Facebook announced that a data breach resulting from a technical glitch may have compromised the accounts of six million users
Houston is already known for being the energy capital of the world, and it appears to be taking alternative power seriously, as well.
Considering the state of today’s economy, it makes sense that people searching for a job are open to trying every way possible to secure steady employment. Fortunately, networking and getting your name out there is easier than ever before thanks to a variety of social media platforms.
On June 13, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an alert warning “medical device manufacturers, hospitals, medical device user facilities, health care IT and procurements staff and biomedical engineers” about the risk of cyber attacks, encouraging them to ensure that their computer systems are secure.
There’s always a lot happening in this Lone Star State city. Whether you love music, sports, comedy, food or anything in between, there’s sure to be something to satisfy you and your family members.
Every once in a while on this blog, we like to take a look at some interesting news stories happening in Houston and throughout the state of Texas in an effort to keep our readers up-to-date on current events.
Texas’ Eagle Ford Shale region is a huge driver of economic growth throughout the Lone Star State, so it’s encouraging to hear that company’s that do business in the area are thriving.
Now that college graduation has come and gone and the summer is here, many young adults fresh out of school will be preparing to find their first real job.
According to Reuters, New Jersey prosecutors brought charges against eight people who they believe were involved in a global cybercrime scheme that attempted to steal up to $15 million from bank account-holders in the United States.
It’s shaping up to be a hot, sunny weekend in Houston. If you live in the area, you may be trying to find some fun events that get you out of the house.
In Texas, the oil and gas industry is such an essential part of the state’s economy that oil businesses have teamed up to form the Karnes County Eagle Ford Energy Camp for children in the area.
There are a number of common mistakes you’ll want to make sure you avoid during your interview.
According to The Pearland Journal, a Houston news outlet, the Texas Petro Index (TPI) — which measures a number of relevant economic indicators — has increased steadily over the past four months following a period of decline in late 2012.
According to a recent report published by Symantec and the Ponemon Institute, 64 percent of data breaches in 2012 occurred as a result of human error and glitches within internal systems
Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend in the Houston area? Consider checking out some of these fun events.
Almost everyone has heard the old adage “the first impression is the last impression,” and when it comes to job interviews, there is certainly some truth to this.
On June 3, Kinder Morgan Energy Partners (KMP), the third largest energy company in North America, announced in a press release that it plans to extend its Kinder Morgan Crude and Condensate pipeline system (KMCC) deeper into the Eagle Ford Shale play.
This Friday and Saturday, President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping will travel to an estate in California for a summit during which the two leaders are expected to address several key topics.
The energy industry makes up a huge part of Houston’s economy, so it’s no surprise that Texas lawmakers recently voted in favor of using as much as $225 million from the state budget to repair roads in the Eagle Ford Shale region.