A prominent hotelier has resigned from the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce board, citing the group’s stance on the city’s bid for the GOP national convention.
The presidents of two local chambers of commerce cited political strategy and economics as the respective reasons they remained silent about the contentious issue.
Local economist Steve Nivin projects the Final Four will attract 93,000 out-of-town visitors and inject $185 million into the economy.
Marty Wender’s rehabilitation and recovery puts a new face on his long-repeated claim: San Antonio is Medical City USA.
After a group of business leaders and others challenged what they perceived to be pro-union language in the request this week, bidders are being asked to submit two separate proposals.
The leadership of three chambers of commerce in San Antonio have joined forces with the San Antonio Restaurant Association, the Real Estate Council and other groups to block a new request for proposals (RFP) for the city’s airport that could lead to union organizing.
The cancellation of the rest of the San Antonio Symphony’s season prompted concern among residents that their city can’t adequately support the arts.
San Antonio became the second city in Texas to remove questions about previous criminal history from City job applications Wednesday.
Nearly three weeks before its inaugural home season opener, San Antonio’s newest professional soccer franchise called on the business community for support.
Robert Puente, president and CEO of San Antonio Water System (SAWS), remains hopeful that the Vista Ridge pipeline will help secure a long-term water supply for the fast-growing San Antonio metro area, and believes that ratepayers are fully protected in the event the consortium proving the water and building the pipeline are unable to deliver.