A group of state and regional economic developers from across Texas will be in Chicago this week on a business development mission aimed at recruiting jobs and capital investment to the Lone Star State.


Neutral Posture Inc. was honored yesterday with the presentation of the first-ever Texas Business Star award by the Texas Economic Development Corporation, the organization that promotes economic development for the state.


Sabre GLBL, Inc. a leading technology provider to the global trade industry, will be expanding its headquarters in Westlake, creating at least 500 new jobs and over $37 million in capital investment.


In a new report from Emsi that tracked talent attraction and retention by county since 2011, Texas beats out every U.S. state.


Texas is one of the top incubators for startups and its cities are a hotbed of entrepreneurs, according to a new report from the Kauffman Foundation.


The Governor’s Office of Small Business Assistance (OSBA) awards $100,000 in grant funding to ten nonprofit organizations for projects promoting the development and success of small businesses in underserved markets.


The Lone Star State recorded $48.3 billion in capital investment, which ranked No. 1 in the country, according to a report from Ernst & Young. The state also ranked No. 1 in mobile project jobs with 38,400.


Charles Schwab will establish a $100 million regional campus in Westlake, and is expected to create at least 1,200 new jobs--the largest number of new jobs by a TEF grant recipient under Gov. Abbott's administration.


The new Harbor Bridge in Corpus Christi will be the largest cable-stayed bridge in the United States and the 3rd largest in the world.


When it comes to aerospace manufacturing, Texas is among the top 10 states in the U.S., according to a detailed international industry report.