A new Fiesta event – a “tech crawl,” if you will – aims to lure technology enthusiasts downtown to mingle in San Antonio’s growing tech district.
The relocation of five growing software companies into the Savoy Building signals far more than just the latest step in downtown’s revitalization.
Starting Tuesday, rideshare drivers who pass a 10-point background check will receive a $25 gas card provided by SAPD, Centro San Antonio, and Tech Bloc.
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.
Over the last 30 years, the largest share of jobs at the center of the U.S. economy – known as “middle-skill jobs” – has been declining.
San Antonio, like many major cities, has had an on-again, off-again relationship with rideshare ever since it entered the vehicle for hire market in 2014.
Council will consider changes to the ordinance that regulates taxi, limousines, and other vehicles for hire in an attempt to “level the playing field.”
Tech Bloc announced the launch of “the largest local information technology industry campaign of its kind.”
Tech Bloc and Bexar County officials will host a luncheon and informational session to recruit the next generation of election volunteers.
Minority Leader of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi and U.S. Rep. Joaquín Castro (D-Texas) met with several local leaders in education, business, tech, and cybersecurity Wednesday as part of a tour around the nation promoting the Innovation Agenda: A Commitment to Competitiveness to Keep America #1.