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RunTitle receives $4 million in Series A funding

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RunTitle aims to move title ownership data for the oil and gas industry to the cloud.

On Thursday, September 5, RunTitle — a Texas-based company described as the only online marketplace for mineral ownership information — published a press release announcing that it had secured $4 million in Series A funding and would be relocating its headquarters from Houston to Austin.

IBM finalizes acquisition of Trusteer

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IBM recently announced that it has acquired Trusteer, a global leader in endpoint cybercrime prevention.

On Tuesday, September 3, IBM published a press release announcing that it has officially acquired Trusteer, Ltd., a global leader in endpoint cybercrime prevention, after entering a definitive agreement with the company on August 15.

What’s going on in Houston this Labor Day Weekend?

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Labor Day Weekend is here, and there are plenty of fun events going on in Houston.

Labor Day Weekend is here, which means the season will soon be changing, kids are getting ready to go back to school and many professionals in Houston are looking forward to having Monday off. If you haven’t solidified your plans yet and are looking for something to do, you may want to check out these fun events.

Eagle Ford Shale’s success could benefit surrounding Texas communities

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Hill Country, an area of Central and South Texas, could benefit from the Eagle Ford Shale region.

It’s no secret that the Eagle Ford Shale region in Texas makes up a significant part of the Lone Star State’s economy, creating a plethora of jobs and bringing in a large sum of money each year. But, according to an article published by San Antonio Express-News on Monday, August 20, this economic prosperity doesn’t have to be limited to areas where oil and gas are produced.

Houston opens Energy Institute High School

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Houston recently opened a brand new high school that will prepare students for careers in the energy industry.

Houston is known for its booming oil and gas industry and the opportunities it creates for individuals in the local workforce. To better prepare the next generation of employees in this field, the Lone Star State has created The Energy Institute High School — a new partnership between the Houston Independent School District and the energy industry.