USAA has partnered with Geekdom to underwrite 50% of fees for military veterans, active duty military, and military spouses who sign up as new members.
Jeff Cotten’s promotion to company president is Rackspace’s first significant personnel move since the company went private in November.
Geekdom released an economic impact report outlining its effect on San Antonio’s technology ecosystem. The numbers are impressive.
San Antonio-based Rackspace is being acquired for $4.3 billion, or $32 a share, by Apollo Global Management and affiliate investors and being taken private in a deal that will keep the company and its management team in San Antonio, according to a joint announcement made Friday morning.
The Dow Jones newswire and the Wall Street Journal reported Thursday that San Antonio-based Rackspace Hosting is in advanced talks with one or more private equity firms regarding a potential sale.
23,040 LED lights now adorn the ceiling of the Weston Centre’s River Walk entrance.
The first renderings of the proposed 23-story Frost Bank Tower keep the developers’ promise to bring San Antonio’s skyline into the 21st century.
No one in public office is more comfortable with big ambitious ideas than Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff, a reflection, perhaps, of how long he has served as state legislator, city councilman, mayor and now county judge.
Dan Gillett, president and CEO of the the online fundraising platform Kimbia, will donate three months of his salary to various nonprofits and the company will return a portion of its processing fees to thousands of organizations that were unable to collect donations through the platform during at least 40 different citywide Give Local America fundraising drives, due to a technical malfunction on Tuesday.
San Antonio and New York seem worlds apart in, well, just about everything, but when it comes to branding methods and innovation in marketing several San Antonio entrepreneurs seem to have taken inspiration from one of New York’s original and most successful 1960s ad men, the late Rosser Reeves (1910-1984), at least according to Bill Schley, president of Connecticut-based branding and marketing firm Brand Team Six.