Amazon and H-E-B have been moving chess pieces as the local grocer’s near-monopoly appears to be facing its first veritable challenge in years.
H-E-B has launched one-hour beer and wine delivery in San Antonio in the company’s latest move to compete with high-tech delivery services.
San Antonio needs to be a city that bids. It’s the only way to become more competitive, to hone strengths and work on weaknesses.
Eight out of the remaining 20 candidates are cities found, broadly speaking, in states fairly thought of as dominated by conservative politics.
San Antonio found out last week that its decision to not submit a bid for Amazon HQ2 proved to be a surefire way not to make the short list of finalists.
Austin and Dallas are among 20 North American cities being considered for a second headquarters for Amazon.
Attention, busy holiday shoppers: H-E-B is testing a new delivery service in some areas of San Antonio.
Maintaining a strong environment for job creation and economic development remains atop Bexar County’s agenda, County Judge Nelson Wolff said Monday.
Amazon’s list of attributes, topped by a business-friendly environment, holds no mention of a city’s commitment to social equity.
I regularly shop on Amazon, yet would not want to be one of those 50,000 employees it’s talking about hiring in a new headquarters city.