The Lone Star State is No. 2 this year on CNBC's “America's Top States for Business” list.
Texas ranks No. 1 in sustainable development by Site Selection Magazine.
Texas launched an aggressive digital and social media advertising campaign in the U.K. over the 4th of July weekend to remind the world that the Lone Star State is “Wide Open for Business.”
Texas makes the grade when it comes to small-business friendliness. In largest study of its kind, skilled professionals rate Texas highest for Small Business Friendliness 2016.
Texas is only one of two states that have won a Shovel Award from Area Development magazine every year for the 11 years the award has been in existence, recognizing its job-creation and investment-attraction efforts.
Through industrial diversification, Texas has been able to overcome a decline in economic output resulting from lower oil prices and continues to court companies with its pro-business know-how.
Fortune 500 company W.W. Grainger, Inc. opens new facility in San Antonio, adds 200 jobs and represents a capital investment of nearly $4 million.
Texas will showcase its powerful biotechnology and life sciences industry to a global audience this week at the world’s largest biotechnology conference, BIO International, being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California on June 6-9.
UPS opens new package and distribution center in Round Rock, creating 300 plus jobs. Expects to begin operations by end of 2018.
For the 12th Year in a Row, CEOs ranked Texas the Best State for Business in Chief Executive Magazine's 2016 "Best & Worst States for Business" Survey.