The combination of the competitive tax and regulatory policies of tort reform have cultivated the field for Texas' pro-growth policies to take root according to Walter Olson, a senior fellow at the Cato Institute.
The North Lake Natatorium is getting a facelift
Every first of the year, the Dallas Regional Chamber Young Professional program hosts a YP Kickoff Breakfast to provide members with exciting and innovative plans for the upcoming year.
Leaders from the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce have testified in favor of the proposed $830 million 2017-2022 Bond Program.
The Alamo Area MPO Transportation Policy Board took action to approve the regional inventory of projects and resolution support for the Fiscal Year 2017 United Transportation Program.
Although strong job growth numbers released Jan. 26 paint a bright picture for Austin, the nation’s fastest-growing metro area, whether the trend will continue is up for debate.
Frank Jackson, assistant vice chancellor for government relations at Texas A&M, will be the keynote speaker at Temple College’s annual NAACP Founder’s Day Banquet Feb. 24.
Exxon Mobil has reached a deal to bring its holdings in the Permian Basin to 6 million barrels of oil equivalent, according to an announcement in late January.
Insects have been inspiring illustrators for centuries, and a Feb. 4 presentation promised to unlock their mystery for a new generation of artists.
If increased competition for warehouse space points to economic well-being, then Dallas-Fort Worth is on the leading edge of a boom cycle.
Billed as “the best kept secret in the Adriatic,” Croatia will be the destination for this year’s San Antonio Chamber of Commerce trip abroad, according to a news release.
Research from the Institute for Legal Reform shows that California courts are popular among litigants seeking favorable verdicts for pharmaceutical product liability cases.
This week's House passage of a bill out of committee is a second attempt to stop an Obama-era "slush fund" and restore integrity to the U.S. Department of Justice, a Texas congressman who co-sponsored the legislation said during a recent interview.
A recent City Council decision in San Antonio is slated to give a 5-acre parcel of downtown land a facelift.
A professor whose tenure includes three decades of service at the University of the Incarnate Word was lauded by San Antonio Chamber of Commerce officials in a Feb. 7 breakfast at St. Anthony’s Hotel.
In honor of February as American Heart Month, Baylor Heart and Vascular Hospital in Dallas sponsored the Feb. 2 “YP Happy Hour for National Wear Red Day,” an evening mixer and fundraiser for 100 attending young professionals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.