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Rackspace Technology, the Windcrest-based cloud company, priced its initial public offering at the low end of its targeted range on Tuesday.
FedEx’s newest employees aren’t human, and they can’t do their jobs without software developed by San Antonio firm Plus One Robotics.
Rackspace owner Apollo filed documents with the Securities and Exchange Commission proposing an initial public offering of the IT company’s common stock.
Xenex Disinfection Services has introduced a new coronavirus-killing cleaning service to combat COVID-19 as case numbers in Bexar County continue to rise.
A new cybersecurity hub will allow San Antonio’s cybersecurity experts to come together and better protect the region in one central location.
The disparity between who has internet access and who doesn’t in San Antonio corresponds to city council district lines, new data shows.
Video: The Rivard Report virtual event series “Tech of Tomorrow” continued this week as a UTSA professor joined tech reporter Lindsey Carnett for a conversation on the coronavirus crisis.
The 4th Court of Appeals in San Antonio overturned a $706 million verdict from 2018 on Wednesday, reversing a trial court’s decision on local tech firm.
Scaleworks founders Lew Moorman and Ed Byrne are launching a new agriculture-focused venture called Soilworks Natural Capital.
Named the head of SAMSAT earlier this month, Doug King is hoping to turn a light bulb on for students who have yet to find their passion for the sciences.
The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine awarded the one-year contract to develop a treatment in collaboration with the DOD.
UTSA has been selected to establish and lead a new federal research institute focusing on cybersecurity, energy efficiency, and creating manufacturing jobs.
Following news that Tesla could be moving to the Austin area, local economic development leaders are hoping to lure a new electric vehicle factory closer to San Antonio.