Commentary: For San Antonio, Toyota is proving to be the economic development gift that keeps on giving.
The SUV will be produced alongside Tundra pickups, making San Antonio the exclusive producer of Toyota’s large-body on frame vehicles.
For San Antonio to compete with other cities for commercial real estate investment, it needs to be “awesome” in five key aspects, an expert says.
FGF Brands plans to invest over $129 million to expand its plant in San Antonio and add 600 new jobs.
Illinois-based Navistar, a global manufacturer of commercial vehicles, chassis, and diesel engines, plans to break ground for its San Antonio plant later this year.
Toyota announced Tuesday it has selected San Antonio for a multimillion-dollar expansion that will bring advanced manufacturing capabilities to the region.
Tariffs announced by President Trump on consumer goods from China are set to take effect in phases starting Sunday.
*Sponsored* The San Antonio Economic Development Foundation is conducting a survey to help inform an inclusive strategic plan to help our region grow thoughtfully.
New data shows a considerable shortage in qualified IT talent, but experts say San Antonio’s talent pool is relatively healthy.
The SA Works jobs report concluded that while job growth is up, the key to maintaining a stable workforce in San Antonio is skill development.