Governor Greg Abbott wrote an op-ed featured in the Austin American-Statesman yesterday voicing his opposition to runaway regulations by cities that infringe upon the individual liberty of Texans.


Governor Greg Abbott today announced that Merck is locating its newest IT Hub in Austin, Texas.


Economic liberty is why the Lone Star State leads in job creation and in population growth over the last 10 years and why personal incomes have risen almost twice as fast in Texas compared to New York and well ahead of California.


Boeing (NYSE: BA) has opened a Plano, Texas-based facility to serve as headquarters of its newly established global services business unit.

Boeing Global Services integrates the services functions of the company’s government, commercial and space segments and will focus on the delivery of services in the areas of engineering, digital aviation and analytics, modifications and maintenance and supply chain as well as training and professional services, Boeing said Friday.


Toyota today celebrated the grand opening of its $350 million North American headquarters in Plano, Texas.


Governor Abbott announced that NTT DATA Services is moving into its new North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, creating more than 6,300 new jobs with a capital investment of more than $28 million.


The Lone Star State showcases it's thriving life sciences industry at the world's largest biotechnology conference in San Diego, CA. 


State and local leaders are continuing to drive economic growth in Texas through pro-business policies and workforce training initiatives.


Secretary of State Leads Mission to Develop Opportunities Between Texas and China.


AUSTIN — The Texas economy expanded in April with the addition of 30,400 seasonally adjusted nonfarm jobs. Texas’ seasonally adjusted unemployment rate remained unchanged at 5.0 percent.

“Texas employers continue to create jobs in the broad based Texas economy with ten of the 11 industries expanding over the year,” said Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) Chairman Andres Alcantar. “With the addition of 258,900 jobs over the past year, TWC remains committed to providing the services needed to get Texans back work.”