News releases from San Antonio Business Journal
On Friday, a total of 133 seniors were set to graduate from a high school that was backed by some local tech industry heavy hitters.
As business surges, new retailers struggle to find places to build, real estate exec says
June 11, 2021
This is the second time in recent months that this cybersecurity company has laid off local employees.
Men's clothing store at Pearl closing permanently
June 10, 2021
Lingering uncertainty from the Covid-19 pandemic hove forced this unique men's clothing store to shut its doors.
New Braunfels Chamber names new CEO
June 04, 2021
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Battery tech puts local company on global investor map
June 03, 2021
A San Antonio company that helps cool down EV batteries recently won some attention from global investors.
The eatery promises to bring recipes passed down by generations of bubbies to the Alamo City, so much so that the owners reached out to bubbies everywhere to get input.
SA airport breaks Covid slump with big traffic increases
June 02, 2021
Downtown Tech Bloc event draws crowd
May 28, 2021
The technology industry advocacy organization held one of the first large business events since the Covid-19 pandemic began.
This week in San Antonio business bankruptcies include Stonehouse Builders LLC and E Property Realty LLC. For the year, San Antonio has recorded 21 business bankruptcy filings.
The new facility will serve as the centerpiece for Trinity University's larger Chapman-Halsell Complex.
Date for 2021 Valero Alamo Bowl set
May 27, 2021
The San Antonio Business Journal is proud to celebrate local family-owned businesses with the 2021 Family-Owned Business Awards.
The donation will support the UTSA's over 6,000 data science students and their research projects when it opens later next year.
Local VC’s portfolio company raises $5M
May 24, 2021
The CEO of the local venture capital firm is on the board of the Oregon-based startup that tripled its revenue throughout the pandemic.
CEO said: "I had such good times here in San Antonio — more over than the rest of the state — that it stood out."
The local rancher and author leaves behind a legacy of water conservation and passion for animal husbandry.
One organization in San Antonio stands to benefit from the larger portion of CARES Act funding from the Economic Development Administration.
The San Antonio Business Journal is giving area businesses, nonprofits and other organizations a little more time to submit their 2021 Fiesta medals.
This week in San Antonio business bankruptcies include a local doctor's office. For the year, San Antonio has recorded 19 business bankruptcy filings.