Sponsored by Judge seals Thomas J. Henry divorce case following dismissal The divorce case between multimillionaire lawyer Thomas J. Henry and Azteca Henry has been closed and sealed. by Jackie Wang Latest Rackspace to terminate 10% of its workforce, with most to be offshored by Waylon Cunningham Robert Kiolbassa’s generosity infused the sausage company that bears his family name by Tracy Idell Hamilton With vow to preserve historic buildings, developer’s apartment tower plans approved by Shari Biediger Historic commission approves plans to transform former CPS Energy building by Shari Biediger Riverfront power plant property gets new shot at redevelopment by Lindsey Carnett More news Hot auto market produces winners and losers in San Antonio Car sellers rejoice and buyers weep. San Antonio’s Toyota plant continues churning while the city’s favorite Ford truck sags in sales. by Waylon Cunningham Proposed Eastside mixed-use project secures loan to advance development Essex Modern City, a stalled mixed use development project in Denver Heights may get new life with $3.46 million loan. by Shari Biediger Where I Work: PBK Architects Joaquin Abrego’s talent for interior design and background in working with students come together in his work designing educational spaces. by Joaquin Abrego Preservationists seek historic designation for former brothel-turned-orphanage on West Side Two preservation groups want to protect from demolition a former brothel that was part of “Laredito” and later an orphanage. by Shari Biediger Alamo Colleges apprenticeship program with Methodist Hospital helps launch health care careers An apprenticeship program at Methodist Hospital is providing a pathway to health care jobs for Alamo Colleges students. by Polina Protozanova Marketing vegan fast food to non-vegans, San Antonio chain aims for ‘100 mph’ growth Project Pollo founder Lucas Bradbury has big plans to expand his San Antonio-based vegan sandwich chain. by Waylon Cunningham Former San Antonio biotech company sells for $80 million Intrinsic Imaging, founded by local radiologists, uses artificial intelligence to search medical scans for anomalies. by Waylon Cunningham A ‘regional center’ approach to city planning: finalizing Port SA Area Plan The Port SA Area Plan is one of 13 “regional center” plans that will help guide the city’s growth and investment. by Shari Biediger Texas wines are coming of age, and the Hill Country offers grape expectations Texas is the fifth largest wine-producing state, and the Hill Country is the second most visited wine region, after Napa Valley. by Steve Bennett County sees redevelopment of Continental Hotel as ‘next step’ in Zona Cultural revitalization Bexar County created a new affordable housing entity to enable the redevelopment of the historic Continental Hotel near San Pedro Creek. by Shari Biediger Complicated life insurance policy costs USAA $90 million settlement USAA has settled a class-action lawsuit concerning a kind of life insurance policy that industry critics have called overly-complicated. by Waylon Cunningham 6 Liga MX soccer clubs are in town this week. That means big business for San Antonio. San Antonio and Mexico’s premier soccer league have a growing attraction to each other. Many want to make the relationship serious. by Waylon Cunningham Load more posts Loading… Something went wrong. Please refresh the page and/or try again.