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Pabst Brewing Co. moving HQ back to SA

The company behind such storied suds as Lone Star and Pabst Blue Ribbon is now calling San Antonio home — again.  Pabst Brewing Co. recently closed its offices in Los Angeles and Dallas, and is renovating two floors for its new headquarters at the Rand Building at 110 E. Houston St. downtown. The building is owned by local developer Weston Urban. …Read Entire Post

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Evo Entertainment to build its largest movie theater, entertainment center in SA

EVO Entertainment Plans

EVO Entertainment group is planning on developing its largest entertainment center yet in far West San Antonio. This complex is planned to be at Texas State Highway 151 and Military Drive being a part of the larger Escala development.
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Navistar plans $250M facility in San Antonio

The Illinois-based commercial truck and bus manufacturer recently announced its plans to build a production facility, which is expected to generate about 600 jobs.

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Cibolo is a go – Aisin AW greenlights $400 million project, 900 jobs

The Japanese automobile components and technology company, Aisin AW, has confirmed plans on a $400 million project. This comes at the heels of Toyota Motor Corp. announcement for its $391 million investment in its current San Antonio truck manufacturing plant.

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Toyota expanding manufacturing plant with $391M investment

Toyota plans to upgrade its manufacturing technologies within the plant, and the footprint may expand in some areas as a result. Although no timeline was provided, Toyota estimates its total investment in the plant will exceed $3 billion when complete.

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Texas unemployment remains at all-time low

Texas’ unemployment rate held steady at 3.4 percent, matching the record-low rate set in June 2019, according to the Texas Workforce Commission. 

In July, the Texas economy added 35,200 seasonally adjusted Total Nonfarm positions. Texas employers added 323,300 jobs over the year.   …Read Entire Post

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Japanese company to bring 900 jobs to Cibolo

AW Texas, Inc., a Japanese transmission maker owned by Fortune Global 500 company Aisin, plans to build a $400-million plant in Cibolo that will span approximately 500,000 square feet and bring 900 jobs to the Northeast San Antonio suburb.

Groundwork is expected to start September along the IH-10 frontage road at S Santa Clara Road across from the San Antonio Raceway. …Read Entire Post

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OKIN BPS opening headquarters in San Antonio

Aerial view of Brooks

Prague-based business and services provider OKIN BPS has selected San Antonio for its U.S. headquarters. The expansion will create around 1,500 jobs and nearly $23 million in capital investment. OKIN BPS has received an incentive from the Texas Enterprise Fund grant for $6.6 million.

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AT&T consolidating services; relocating to San Antonio

logo-att-color-trans-200x200AT&T Inc. is reducing its workforce in Houston and moving those jobs to San Antonio. The move affects 117 call center employees at 9051 Park West Dr. in Houston, and that location will close.

Those employees provide customer retention work to support AT&T’s legacy landline services.  All of the affected employees will be offered jobs in San Antonio, along with a relocation allowance. …Read Entire Post

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Hulu estimated to spend $13M on new San Antonio campus

hulu logoTelevision streaming giant Hulu is expected to spend an estimated $13 million renovating a new 45,000-square-foot campus in San Antonio where the California company will run its “viewer experience operations,” city records show.

City and Bexar County leaders spent months courting Hulu to locate its customer service center in San Antonio, bringing with it 300 new jobs when it opens this fall with a peak of 500 by the end of 2018. They offered a generous package of tax incentives, coupled with a $1.3 million cash grant Gov. Greg Abbott pledged from the Texas Enterprise Fund. …Read Entire Post

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