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Bird of the Vine. Photo by Karnegie Musa. Copyright 2012.
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Photo by Karnegie Musa. Copyright 2012.


Willie Nelson Signs Historic New Deal With Legacy Recordings

Texas Business reports: NEW YORK—Legacy Recordings, the catalog division of Sony Music Entertainment, entered into a historic new record deal with Texas musician Willie Nelson. 

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 Government Contracts

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S&P Completes HISD’s $9.4 Million Grady Middle School Expansion

Texas Business reports:  HOUSTON—The eagerly anticipated and much needed expansion of Henry W. Grady Middle School was recently completed by Satterfield & Pontikes Construction Inc. for the Houston Independent School District. 

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Children's Hospital Scott & White to be Named for Elizabeth and Drayton McLane Jr.

Texas Business reports:  TEMPLE—Scott & White Healthcare today announced long-time supporters Elizabeth and Drayton McLane Jr. made the largest gift in the 115-year history of Scott & White to benefit its Children's Hospital.

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Encon Safety Products Strategic Agreement With Guard-Dogs, Aggressive Eyewear

Texas Business reports:  HOUSTON—Encon Safety Products reached a marketing agreement with Guard-Dogs, Aggressive Eyewear. 

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 Real Estate

HomeAway Opens Third Austin Office

Texas Business reports:  AUSTIN—HomeAway Inc., a provider of online vacation rentals, opened its third Austin office, which brings 235 employees from the customer service and sales teams to the Penn Field campus, located at 3601 South Congress. 

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 Texas Patent Of The Day

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Jimmy I. Frank , Thomas L. Guy, Raymond A. Glatt, Richard E. Frankenberg, Kristan L. Dawson, Carl R. Martin and Craig Cloud of received U.S. Patent 8,079,230 for “Food Dispensing Machine.”
Patent: A Cold Refreshment Machine

Texas Business Patent Of The Day: Seven Texans devised a better way for machines to give you cool refreshments. Jimmy I. Frank of Houston, Thomas L. Guy,  Raymond A. Glatt and Richard E. Frankenberg, all of San Antonio,  Kristan L. Dawson of Brookside, Carl R. Martin of Burton and Craig Cloud of New Braunfels received U.S. Patent 8,079,230 for “Food Dispensing Machine.”

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