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SA company lands large partner to provide professional certifications

San Antonio-based TrueAbility, a skills assessment software company, has signed a multiyear agreement with Minneapolis-based Pearson VUE, enhancing the global testing company's ability to administer …
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Four things renters, property managers and landlords need to do right now, lawyers say

The Business Journal turned to three real estate lawyers for advice on what renters, property managers and landlords can and should do to make sure they wind up on the other side of the situation mai…
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Pandemic forces James Avery to furlough thousands of workers

Kerrville-based James Avery Artisan Jewelry will furlough 2,100 employees as state public health orders have slowed business. The family-owned jewelry company will furlough many of its manufacturing…
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Railroad Commission sets date for hearing on production cuts

The Railroad Commission of Texas has scheduled a public meeting for April 14 to consider arguments over whether it should curb oil production in the state. Confirming a date that Commissioner Ryan S…
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SA launching multiagency plan to address nursing home outbreak

The San Antonio and Bexar County Emergency Operations Center launched a plan to address a coronavirus outbreak at the Southeast Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. So far, 67 of the center’s 84 resid…
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Valero gets into hand sanitizer manufacturing

San Antonio-based refiner Valero Energy Corp. is now producing hand sanitizer at one of its midwestern ethanol plants to help combat the spread of COVID-19. Production of hand sanitizer began Thursd…
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas policy change eases access to COVID-19 treatment

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas will waive member cost-sharing to ease access to COVID-19 treatment, the health care company announced on Friday. The waiver applies to deductibles, copays and c…
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UTSA contributes supplies to shield sister campus against the coronavirus

The University of Texas at San Antonio has donated an inventory of personal protective equipment to UT Health San Antonio. The supplies will be used by physicians and other health care workers acros…
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Texas can't save oil industry alone, but it can lead, commissioner says

The Railroad Commission hasn't decided whether to impose production limits, but it's likely to hold a public discussion on the issue later this month.
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‘Texas is going to be the next hot spot’ for coronavirus, epidemiologist says

Editor’s note: This story was published through a partnership between the San Antonio Business Journal and KSAT. Gov. Greg Abbott said Thursday that the coronavirus pandemic is not expected to peak …
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Mayor Ron Nirenberg to extend ‘Stay Home, Work Safe’ orders through end of April

Editor’s note: This story was published through a partnership between the San Antonio Business Journal and KSAT. Mayor Ron Nirenberg is anticipating extending San Antonio’s “Stay Home, Work Safe" or…
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No layoffs on the menu at this classic SA restaurant, only raises

As the coronavirus pandemic takes a toll on the hospitality industry in San Antonio, one local staple is refusing to lay off workers — even temporarily. Bill Miller Bar-B-Q employs more than 5,300 a…
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Unemployment claims soar in Texas as nation sees record spike

More than 275,000 Texans filed for unemployment benefits last week as the economic turmoil caused by COVID-19 continues. Approximately 275,597 people in Texas filed for unemployment insurance in the…
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Digital Schoolhouse: SA teachers and parents navigate the world of online learning in the age of the coronavirus

Everyday routines are changing for everyone, but how do parents balance care and education for their own children while teaching as many as 15 or more other kids?
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Mexican airlines suspend SA flights as pandemic curtails travel

The three Mexico-based airlines serving San Antonio have grounded flights to and from the city. Aeromexico, Interjet and Volaris have canceled flights to and from San Antonio International Airport d…
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