College Station Local Business
Local business in College Station, TX
Wednesday Jul 1 | via KBTX-TV Bryan
With a turn of a knob, there it is. Whether it's the sink, the shower or flushing the toilet, clean water is readily available. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 30 | via Media Orchard
It's time again for the spotlight to shine on another one of our great employees. Next up on our list is Kathryn Pacheco, a summer public relations intern at Idea Grove, responsible for helping clients improve their visibility, establish credibility in the minds of their own customers, and strengthen their corporate image. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 30 | via China Daily
The stocks continued their slump on Monday despite recent moves by China's central bank. The People's Bank of China trimmed lending and deposit rates by 0.25 percent over the weekend and also lowered the amount of cash that large banks must keep on reserve by 0.50 percent. Comment?
Tuesday Jun 30 | via PRWeb
JBKnowledge's 2015 Construction Technology Survey is underway, with over 500 responses in the first 48 hours; construction professionals have until July 6 to participate and receive the results. From June 23 until July 6, 2015, the year's largest construction industry survey on technology will be conducted by JBKnowledge, in partnership with Texas A&M University's Department of Construction Science , the Construction Financial Management Association and HCSS Construction Software . Comment?
Friday Jun 26 | via Business Journal
California-based Chevron Corp. , which has a significant presence in Houston, donated $5 million to fund the co-enrollment engineering academy in Spring, as well as three others at Texas Southmost College in Brownsville, Alamo Colleges in San Antonio and El Centro College in Dallas. The program, known as the Texas A&M-Chevron Engineering Academy, will allow students to complete their first two years of engineering coursework at the Houston campus. Comment?
Thursday Jun 25 | via Silicon Alley Insider
There are only 229 Master Sommeliers in the world - here's how one 27-year-old worked his way into this exclusive club Jack Mason is only 27 years old - but he's already passed one of the hardest exams known to man and has earned one of the most exclusive job titles in the world: Master Sommelier. In May, Mason was one of just seven sommeliers in the US to pass the incredibly difficult exam, which consists of three sections : a verbal theory examination, a blind tasting of six wines in 25 minutes, and a practical restaurant service component. Comment?
Wednesday Jun 24 | via East Texas Review
Longview Regional Medical Center has appointed Casey Robertson Chief Executive Officer effective July 27. Robertson brings more than ten years of hospital management experience to Longview, having previously held administrative roles at hospitals in Florida and Alabama. Since 2010, Robertson has served as CEO of Woodland Heights Medical Center in Lufkin, Texas. Comment?
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