Granny flats, millennial apartment boom and Dubai rentals: What I wrote this week – June 8-12, 2015

In my continuing effort to keep this blog semi-regularly updated, here’s a list of articles I wrote this week. As you can probably tell, I am my newsroom’s chief aggregator and press release re-writer, picking up stories that fall in between the beats of our small team of beat reporters. Here’s this week’s crop of stories:

WHOLE FOODS ‘RESPONSIBLY GROWN’ RATINGS IRK SOME ORGANIC PRODUCE SUPPLIERS

AUSTIN VENTURE CAPITAL FIRM RAISES MILLIONS FOR EDTECH INVESTMENT

Digital Turbine shares drop; company misses revenue expectations

Whole Foods Market reveals name of new, lower-priced chain of stores

Austin’s millennial boom has huge impact on multifamily development, report says

HomeAway aims for Dubai vacation rental market in new partnership

ERCOT CEO to step down

To fight affordability crunch, report urges allowing more ‘granny flats’ in Austin

Austin landscape business featured on ‘Yard Crashers’ episode

Summit Hotel Properties sets huge portfolio sale, filings show

Austin startup brings drone footage to U.S. Open

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