Local business leaders who had opposed three city charter amendments on the ballot are frustrated, if not surprised, by Tuesday’s election results.
San Antonio business coalition leaders largely applauded news that Canada had signed on to a trilateral trade deal to replace NAFTA.
Ramiro Cavazos will be introduced this weekend as the new chief executive officer of the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at its annual convention in Philadelphia.
Chip Roy and Joseph Kopser are running to represent Texas’ 21st Congressional District, a seat that has been held by Republican Lamar Smith since 1987.
Members of the local business community called Trump’s inclusion of North American trade partners in a sweeping adjustment on steel imports a mistake.
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.