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Bad news for Texas beer brewers: Court decision could cut profits, drive up prices

A court decision handed down Friday in Austin could make it more expensive for craft beer breweries to expand to new markets. Enacted in 2013, Senate Bill 639 required craft breweries to pay to use distribution companies to get their products into restaurants or stores. But the law was struck down in August 2016 after a lawsuit was filed by Fort Worth-based Revolver Brewing, Dallas’ Peticolas Brewing and Austin-based Live Oak Brewing against the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission. However, the…

Torchy's Tacos, 24 Diner and more headed to Austin airport — at expense of Threadgill's, Black's BBQ

Torchy's Tacos, Parkside, 24 Diner and even Austin Beerworks will soon have locations in Austin-Bergstrom International Airport's expanded terminal. Austin City Council on Thursday approved a joint bid by Host International Inc. and D.C. Garrett Group for food and beverage service at ABIA. A total of 15 bids were submitted in response to the city's RFP for airport concessions. City staff recommended the Host bid, which was also approved by the Airport Advisory Commission. The contract is for 10…

Austin's competing pro soccer ambitions: COTA stadium proposal on hold as city mulls options

Bobby Epstein, chairman of the Circuit of The Americas race track and event venue, has paused his ambitions to bring a United Soccer League team to Austin in time for the 2019 season. Epstein is in a holding pattern to wait and see whether the owner of Major League Soccer's Columbus Crew in Ohio relocates that club to Austin, the Austin American-Statesman reports. “We believe the Crew are coming to Austin and look forward to them bringing pro soccer to our city,” Epstein told the Statesman,…

A more human-like Siri & an iPhone that controls your thermostat: 7 of Apple's most interesting patents of 2017

Apple Inc. is one of the most secretive companies on the planet, but its patents can sometimes provide clues about what the iPhone-maker sees in its future. The U.S. Patent & Trademark Office on Thursday published a number of patent applications filed by Apple in recent months. The patents illustrate several interesting potential technologies that could one day make their way into Apple products. Some of the filings relate to artificial intelligence, others to helping the hearing- and sight-impaired.…

Plan to add toll lanes to I-35 scrapped — for now

A plan to add managed toll lanes to I-35 through downtown Austin hit a hiccup Thursday when the Texas Transportation Commission voted to remove it and all other toll projects from the state's 10-year construction plan. The 5-0 vote comes after Gov. Greg Abbott called for not building any more toll roads statewide, the Austin American-Statesman reports. An ambitious plan to overhaul I-35 was revealed in October, although some scoffed at the idea of adding toll lanes to the highway rather than installing…

Suburbs lure more buyers amid Austin area's 'normalizing' housing market

Single-family home sales are hot in Williamson and Hays counties. But the city of Austin, which has one of the highest median price points in the region, saw its sales dip last month. What does that imply about the wider housing market?

Top stories of September 2017: Amazon kicks off HQ2 frenzy; Austin's largest funding round of year

When Amazon.com Inc. announced in September it was looking for somewhere to build its second headquarters, it sparked widespread interest — and hype — not often seen in the business and economic development worlds. Some cities went to extreme lengths to attract the attention of CEO Jeff Bezos and other executives. But there were other key stories that broke in September, including Austin's largest funding round of 2017. As we close in on the end of 2017, ABJ is taking a month-by-month look back…

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