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Special Report: Bankers and brokers on lending climate

Bankers and lenders play a key role in any commercial real estate deal. As San Antonio's hot market rolls on, the Business Journal looks at the money behind the deals.
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Sculley’s long SA city manager run coming to end

Sheryl Sculley’s more than 13-year tenure as San Antonio city manager is coming to a close. Thursday’s City Council meeting will be the last with the Indiana native at the helm. Her successor. Erik …
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Conference on Justice and Social Concerns to cover economic equity

Event features Lin Great Speakers Series keynote guest on entrepreneurship The St. Mary's University Greehey School of Business will host a series of talks and conversations related to social justi…
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City looking again to local tech startups to address civic issues

The city of San Antonio issued a request for proposals for its CivTechSA residency program, in which technology startups are matched with city departments for 16 weeks in an effort to develop new too…
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SA tech company files for bankruptcy over sales taxes dispute

San Antonio-based Bridgehead Networks Inc., a managed information technology services business, filed for bankruptcy protection recently amid a dispute with the state that had the business owing hund…
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SA architects to lead design of new river walk … in China (slideshow)

Local architectural firm Overland Partners has been picked to lead the design of a new river walk in China's 12th-largest city, roughly 7,500 miles from the San Antonio River Walk. Click the slide…
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Kerrville consulting group to emerge from bankruptcy

After about a year in bankruptcy proceedings, Kerrville-based HJH Consulting Group Inc. had its reorganization plan approved by a local judge. The group of businesses — which includes The Salt Group…
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Nominations deadlines for Building SA Awards and Residential Real Estate Awards quickly approaching

The deadline for nominations for two of the Business Journal’s signature events — the 2019 Residential Real Estate Awards and the new 2019 Building San Antonio Awards — is tomorrow. Nominations for …
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Private equity sees opportunity in the Eagle Ford

Castlerock CEO Elliott Goudge spoke to the Business Journal about why his company is focused on drilling in the Eagle Ford and how private equity capital is helping him get there.
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New Southside First leader envisions Cisneros-inspired growth strategy

Uvalde native plans to heed advice she got from former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros.
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NBA ratings take a dip

While 15 RSNs have seen ratings increases for their NBA game coverage this season compared to 13 with declines, the size of those decreases and the big markets where they've occurred have caused the …
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What's next for Aventine Hill after acquisition

The company has plans to expand its professional services portfolio.
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Pioneer Energy Services reports loss for 17th straight quarter

San Antonio-based Pioneer Energy Services Corp. on Tuesday reported a net loss in fourth quarter 2018, marking the 17th consecutive quarter that it has failed to turn a profit. In the recent quarter…
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Lyft to jump into frenzied San Antonio scooter race with new approach

Lyft is launching a new scooter service in the Alamo City, adding another ride-hailing company to the proliferation of dockless vehicles lining San Antonio streets. City Councilman Roberto Treviño, …
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SwRI invests in electric vehicle fluid research

Southwest Research Institute has allocated research money to a new test laboratory to measure the longevity and efficiency of fluids used in electric vehicles. While electric vehicles don't need rou…
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