Archive: Noah Milligan

Noah Milligan works as a banker by day, specializing in financing commercial real estate and loan workouts on a national platform. By night, he has delusions of becoming the next Cormac McCarthy. His short fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Empty Sink Publishing, Riding Light Review, Storyscape Literary Journal, MAKE Literary Magazine, Kindred Magazine, Santa Clara Review and others. He's twice been nominated for a Pushcart Prize, and he was named a semi-finalist in Black Balloon Publishing's Horatio Nelson Fiction Prize.

Texas middle market companies outperform nation (TX).

TEXAS — Despite sluggish oil prices, Texas middle market companies are still booming, outpacing the rest of the nation in revenue and employment growth in 2015 and projected to remain the country’s leader in 2016, according to a recent national s ...

Dez Bryant scores touchdown with sports drink BodyArmor.

DALLAS, Texas — Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has teamed up with sports drink BodyArmor to launch the product in Texas. Though the drink has been in Houston for a few months, it now will be available in all Texas markets by February, and the ...

Glasfloss Industries to roll out 100 new jobs in DeSoto.

DESOTO, Texas — Glasfloss Industries, a manufacturer of HVAC air filtration products, will soon move its headquarters to a new facility in DeSoto. It will triple its manufacturing output and footprint and hire up to 100 new employees in the next two ye ...

Red Oak Instruments to quintuple Katy workforce.

KATY, Texas — Medical device and software development firm Red Oak Instruments recently announced it will hire up to 25 new employees at its Katy, Texas, headquarters in 2016 in order to meet growing demand. A major driver in the company’s growth ...

Texas’ manufacturers went big in December.

HOUSTON, Texas — Despite a still sluggish energy sector, Texas’ manufacturers enjoyed a robust December, increasing the Texas Manufacturing Index from 5.2 in November to a staggering 13.4 in December. Calculated by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dall ...

Mosquito Joe makes a buzz in Houston.

HOUSTON, Texas — Mosquito Joe, a national mosquito abatement company, recently announced a major expansion in Houston, adding between 20 and 24 new locations in the Bayou City. The company first entered the market in 2013 and currently has 16 locations ...

Winco Foods distributes 165 new jobs to Denton.

DENTON, Texas — Winco Foods, a full-service grocery distributor, announced it will open a massive 800,000-square-foot distribution center in Denton in early 2017, creating a projected 165 new full-time jobs. Located at 300 S. Western Blvd., the massive ...

Oracle creating hundreds of tech jobs in Austin.

AUSTIN, Texas — The second largest software company in the world, Oracle, recently announced it will be building a massive, 560,000-square-foot campus along Lady Bird Lake in East Austin in order to support a 50 percent increase in the local workforce. ...

Coca-Cola pops the top on huge Waco expansion.

WACO, Texas – Coca-Cola announced it will undergo a massive expansion in its operations in Waco, Texas, retaining 327 permanent, full-time jobs in the process. Coca-Cola Refreshments will receive a tax abatement incentive through the expansion of its W ...

Pasadena, Texas, is truly A Place to Grow.

PASADENA, Texas — Founded in 1893, and incorporated in 1928, this southeastern Texas city was named after Pasadena in California. Located in the southeast Houston metropolitan area in Harris County, Pasadena was known initially for its prime agricu ...