The City and a coalition of businesses suing it over a paid sick leave ordinance set to take effect Aug. 1 have agreed to delay its implementation.
The City looked set to delay enforcement of its paid sick time law in light of a lawsuit challenging its constitutionality until a Thursday intervention.
As the table continues to be set for coming arbitration proceedings, the City and fire union have selected attorneys to represent them.
Just weeks after completing the sale of its investment management arm, USAA could sell another of its businesses to Charles Schwab.
Rene Dominguez, the City’s economic development director, is set to become the Texas Research & Technology Foundation’s new COO and president.
CNF Technologies, a local cybersecurity firm, is growing its staff and revenue as it opened the doors to its new cyber lab at Port San Antonio.
@UTSA has tapped a former military commander to lead its National Security Collaboration Center, as the university aims to build the city’s cybersecurity ecosystem.
San Antonians will soon get groceries from a driverless van, as H-E-B will begin testing autonomous delivery near its Olmos Park store later this year.
Rackspace has parted ways with four executives as the company looks to bring on a new leadership team under CEO Kevin M. Jones.
Competitive video gaming might become a school sport as the University Interscholastic League of Texas studies the posssibility of sanctioning esports.