American City Business Journal has unveiled its nationwide ranking of the best cities in the U.S. to start a small business, and Austin came in No. 1.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries relocates U.S. headquarters from New York to Houston Texas.
Small Business Administration recently released their annual Small Business Profile, highlighting Texas' 2.4 million small business population.
When viewed across the 10 criteria that determine the Prosperity Cup, Texas ranks No. 1 in four of them.
Thomson Reuters will be expanding its current operations in Carrollton, Texas.
The data center market across Texas has grown substaintially in 2015.
To ensure the Lone Star State continues to lead the nation in exports, Texas small businesses, along with statewide community representatives, are participating in Hannover Messe 2016 to showcase innovative products, services and investment opportunities to global markets.
The Governor’s Office of Economic Development and Tourism today announced it will be part of the largest-ever United States delegation to participate in Hannover Messe 2016, the world’s largest and most influential trade event for industrial technology.
Texas proudly wins top state for championing innovation-friendly policies, encouraging entrepreneurial ativity and attracting investment.
First Lady Cecilia Abbott was in El Paso today to talk about the important role that women, veteran and minority-owned small businesses play in the success of our state’s economy.