The relocation of five growing software companies into the Savoy Building signals far more than just the latest step in downtown’s revitalization.
Filestack still looks much like a startup but, with revenues at $3 million a year, it has the balance sheet of a “real” company, too.
Rackspace Hosting Inc. announced the largest downsizing in its 19-year history Tuesday, cutting its total U.S. workforce by 6% and eliminating the jobs of about 200 people at its Windcrest headquarters.
Cloud-based innovation and artificial intelligence are in the early stages of radically disrupting traditional business models, and San Antonio has an opportunity to play a central role in the trend, Rackspace CEO Taylor Rhodes said at a panel discussion Thursday.
Jeff Cotten’s promotion to company president is Rackspace’s first significant personnel move since the company went private in November.
Taylor Rhodes made his first public appearance since the official announcement of Rackspace going private at Trinity University Thursday.
The deal that made headlines in late August is now official: Apollo Global Management purchased Rackspace Hosting Inc. for $4.3 billion.
Ever have one of those awkward moments when you run into someone you haven’t seen since high school and she still thinks of you as a skater?
City Council approved Thursday a $100,000 investment in HelpSocial, a startup company based out of Geekdom, to keep its headquarters in San Antonio and bring more jobs to the local tech ecosystem.
Michigan-based web hosting and cloud services provider Liquid Web, which recently acquired Rackspace’s Cloud Sites business unit, is committed to expanding its offices to San Antonio’s tech district, and the City as well as the County are on board to create monetary incentives for the company – if the company meets certain conditions.