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    20 HOUSTON BUSINESS JOURNAL JULY 31-AUGUST 6, 2015

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    HOUS TON’S

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    EPORT 24A-27A

    WHAT’S N EXT,

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    SPECIAL REPORT

    Deaths in the o

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    are in T exas.

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    STORY BY DE

    ON DA UGHER

    TY, PAG E 20A

    THE PR ICE

    OF OIL

    HOW I .. .

    BROUGH T INTERN

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    FLAVOR TO HOUS

    TON 28A

    FACE TO FACE

    PARK PL AZA CEO

    : FLYING HIGH

    WITH GE ORGE CL

    OONEY 5 3A

    REPOR TER’S

    NOTEB OOK

    What’s got M.

    D.

    Ander son so

    down ?

    DePinh o’s wor

    king on it. May

    be the

    cancer center

    ’s stron g finan

    cials w ill

    boost s pirits.

    BAYAN RAJI,

    16A

    Cybers ecurity

    alert

    Hacker s are ta

    rgeting large b

    usiness es,

    and it’s time to

    do som ething

    about i t.

    MOLLY RYAN,

    18A

    ADVER TISEME

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    47.1% Of U.S.

    oil and gas de

    aths

    occurr ed in Te

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    Deal o f the W

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    Phillips 66 is f

    orking over $1

    billion

    to expo rt buta

    ne and propan

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    overse as.

    EMILY WILKIN

    SON, 4 A

    Follow the m

    oney

    A Hous ton ban

    k is ope ning its

    first

    branch in sout

    heast H ouston

    and

    has rec ruited a

    vetera n bank

    ing

    exec to run the

    show.

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    Our secret is outRead all about Houston Business Journal’s big changes.

    PUBLISHER JOHN BEDDOW, 54A HOUSTON’S MINORITY REPORT 24A-27A

    WHAT’S NEXT, WOODLANDS? SECTION B

    SPECIAL REPORT

    Deaths in the oil field have reached new

    highs, and nearly half of them are in Texas.

    So what are Houston energy companies doing about it?

    STORY BY DEON DAUGHERTY, PAGE 20A

    THE PRICE OF OIL

    HOW I ... BROUGHT INTERNATIONAL

    FLAVOR TO HOUSTON 28A FACE TO FACE

    PARK PLAZA CEO: FLYING HIGH WITH GEORGE CLOONEY 53A

    REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK

    What’s got M.D. Anderson so down? DePinho’s working on it. Maybe the

    cancer center’s strong financials will

    boost spirits. BAYAN RAJI, 16A

    Cybersecurity alert Hackers are targeting large businesses,

    and it’s time to do something about it.

    MOLLY RYAN, 18A

    ADVERTISEMENT | SEE BACK PAGE

    CENTERPIECE

    47.1%Of U.S. oil and gas deaths occurred in Texas last year

    TH IN

    KS TO

    C K

    Deal of the WeekPhillips 66 is forking over $1 billion to export butane and propane overseas.

    EMILY WILKINSON, 4A Follow the moneyA Houston bank is opening its first

    branch in southeast Houston and

    has recruited a veteran banking exec to run the show.MONEY HUB, 10A

    l rights r eserved

    .

    REPOR TER’S

    NOTEB OOK

    What’s got M.

    D.

    Ander son so

    down ?

    DePinh o’s wor

    king on it. May

    be the

    cancer center

    ’s stron g finan

    cials w ill

    Cybers ecurity

    alert

    Hacker s are ta

    rgeting large b

    usiness es,

    and it’s time to

    do som ething

    about i t.

    MOLLY RYAN,

    18A

    highs, and nearly half of them are in Texas.

    So what are Houston energy companies

    HOW I ... BROUGHT INTERNATIONAL

    FLAVOR TO HOUSTON 28A

    47.1%

    TH IN

    KS TO

    C K

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    Our secret is out Read all about Houston Business Journal’s big changes. PUBLISHER JOHN BEDDOW, 54A

    HOUSTON’S MINORITY REPORT 24A-27A

    WHAT’S NEXT, WOODLANDS? SECTION B

    SPECIAL REPORT

    Deaths in the oil field have reached new highs, and nearly half of them are in Texas.

    So what are Houston energy companies doing about it?

    STORY BY DEON DAUGHERTY, PAGE 20A

    THE PRICE OF OIL

    HOW I ...

    BROUGHT INTERNATIONAL FLAVOR TO HOUSTON 28A

    FACE TO FACE

    PARK PLAZA CEO: FLYING HIGH WITH GEORGE CLOONEY 53A

    REPORTER’S NOTEBOOK

    What’s got M.D. Anderson so down? DePinho’s working on it. Maybe the cancer center’s strong financials will boost spirits. BAYAN RAJI, 16A

    Cybersecurity alert Hackers are targeting large businesses, and it’s time to do something about it. MOLLY RYAN, 18A

    ADVERTISEMENT | SEE BACK PAGE

    CENTERPIECE

    47.1% Of U.S. oil and gas deaths

    occurred in Texas last year

    TH IN

    KS TO

    C K

    Deal of the Week Phillips 66 is forking over $1 billion to export butane and propane overseas. EMILY WILKINSON, 4A

    Follow the money A Houston bank is opening its first branch in southeast Houston and has recruited a veteran banking exec to run the show. MONEY HUB, 10A

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