The City’s take of an average individual’s property tax bill accounts for about 22 percent of the overall amount while school districts get 54 percent.
After announcing its arrival in the fall – perhaps prematurely – global coworking giant WeWork has finalized a lease at two East Houston Street buildings.
To boost financial literacy, a $1 million gift to Texas A&M-San Antonio will fund accounting and finance scholarships and student stipends.
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Ford-owned Spin has become the seventh company to launch electric scooter operations in San Antonio, but the company may not be in town for long.
The San Antonio Express-News first moved into its downtown building at 301 Avenue E 90 years ago. The property is now for sale.
Chemical engineering freshman Landen Taylor entered the Red Bull Paper Wings contest on a lark
Rep. Trey Martinez Fischer co-authored a bill that would require companies to disclose data breaches. It will be heard in the Senate soon.
Harte Hanks, a global marketing services firm, said its CEO would step down just four months after being named CEO.
Essex Fest is a way for San Antonians to enjoy music, art, BMX, and more on the site of a planned mixed-use development called Essex Modern City.
Global IT firm Accenture is expanding its local presence with a new Cyber Center and the injection of 500 full-time jobs in technology and cybersecurity.