The misconception goes like this, and has for more than a century: If we focus too much on saving the past we won’t have a future or any new development.
Blue Duck Scooters, a San Antonio-based startup, aims to put up to 1,000 of the dockless shared vehicles on downtown streets.
If all goes according to plan, the City will by year’s end name an new innovation zone, a pilot area to test so-called smart city initiatives in San Antonio.
Now more than ever it holds true that content drives revenue, and well executed, expertly produced content is both valuable and measurable.
During a hard-hat tour of the Frost Tower, the Rivard Report got an early look at got an early look at the construction of what will be a 24-story building.
Owned by the State of Texas, Rancho Sierra remains undeveloped and for sale because of federal protections for the golden-cheeked warbler.
This week, Rick and I discuss the mayor’s formation of a nonprofit aimed at drumming up public awareness for mass transit solutions in the region.
The local healthcare industry is looking to open up channels of collaboration to create world-class health technology offerings in San Antonio.
A car auction company that purchased an abandoned tire dump site on the Southside has removed all tires from the property.
Ahead of San Antonio’s second annual March for Science this Saturday, some may wonder why people march for that particular cause.
Women in technology who work in male-dominated business environments should “lean in” with humor, empathy, and confidence, said an all-female panel at a local technology conference.