6 key things you may have missed last week in Austin’s business news

austinbusinessnews352With the Thanksgiving season and Black Friday sprees, here are just some of the things you may have missed regarding Austin’s business industry:

Expedia to remove 40% of its Chicago HQ workforce after Orbitz acquisition

Known travel company Expedia is now finalizing its acquisition of HomeAway, an Austin-based vacation rental booking site after the known company’s purchase of Orbitz.

Dell computers have security flaws according to one report

A report stated that Dell has several computers which has a flawed certificate authority and how these breaches can be reported. Dell did not declare how many units they have which has these issues or even aware such breaches persist in their unit line.

CQ Cover features Justin Lavenue Bartender and co-owner of Austin’s The Roosevelt Room Justin Lavenue is Eater’s 2015 Bartender of the Year and Bombay Sapphire’s Most Imaginative Bartender of North America, earning him the title as one of GQ’s Men of the Year feature.

Mapping Mansions in Austin

Most of Austin’s mansions and big houses are located in ZIP Code area 78739, the location of Circle C Ranch development.

Whole Foods store concept in Cedar Park

Whole Foods Market’s 365 can now be located in The Parke, south of East New Hope Drive.

Freescale Acquisition on Green NXP Semiconductors NV’s acquisition of Freescale Semiconductor Ltd is final after the approval of the US antitrust regulating body.

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