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Ranking It

Austin reigns supreme as one of Forbes' best cities for jobs

By Elizabeth Rhodes

Austin moved up the ranks to the No. 3 spot on Forbes magazine's new 2014 list of "Best Big Cities for Jobs." With Austin, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth and San Antonio all in ...


Hometown Glory

Entrepreneur land: Austin takes top spot in Best Cities for Small Business rankings

By Whitney Radley

We're weathering the recession like champs here in Texas, a phenomenon recognized in the Business Journals' annual On Numbers ranking of the "Best cities in America for small busi ...


Homestate Glory

Texas takes another top business honor, but national mag wonders if the focus makes education suffer

By Whitney Radley

Texas has been named — again and again, almost ad nauseam — a great state for doing business.  And our business savvy has been reconfirmed yet again in Forbes Magazine' ...


A step-by-step guide

The Graduate: A Millennial copes with his "quarter-life crisis"

By Edward Bowling

Mike Nichols' iconic coming-of-age film The Graduate, which stars Dustin Hoffman as a recent college graduate seduced by an older woman, was ostensibly about a cougar and her prey bef ...


Texas Ingenuity

Sam and Andrew Wyly discuss Why Texas Got it Right!

By Jonathan Rienstra

The Wyly family knows a thing or two about maintaining success. Headed by brothers Sam and Charles, the Wylys have long been a part of the business scene in the state. So Sam has good reason to ...


Everyday Experts?

Hip-hop stars offer financial advice: Slim Thug writes a 47-page book on surviving the recession

By Tyler Rudick

It's been more than three years since Houston hip hop giant Slim Thug teased fans in his hit "I Run" with this little rhyme: "Hard times got the whole United States str ...


Where's the raise?

Texas ranked one of the worst eight states in economic mobility

By Sarah Rufca

Economic mobility. It's the technical term for the American dream, to make more than your parents did. But in the first-ever state-by-state measure of economic mobility, conducted by the non-pa ...


Frightening New Numbers

Don't get too eager to graduate: New study finds 53 percent of grads under 25 are out of work

By Whitney Radley

Most recent college graduates have seen the grim front-lines of the employment search in a down-turned economy — if not from personal experience, then from that of friends or family members. ...


ethical treatment

Discriminatory donations: When I went back into the closet for $20

By Ralph Hardesty

Two months ago, I desperately needed money. I hadn’t had steady work in a long time, and I’d pounded my small financial cushion into the ground with breakfast tacos. I had just started ...


Not good to be an M state

Retirement means work these days — and that's vaulted Texas to No. 1 for retirees

By Tyler Rudick

The results are in. . .  Financial advisory website MoneyRates.com's revealed its second annual Best and Worst States for Retirement rankings, giving the top prize to Texas. Edging out ...


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