The Austin man behind Sweet Leaf Tea and Deep Eddy Vodka isn’t done populating your local grocery shelf.
Dallas released the details of what it offered the day the company made its announcement. Austin still hasn’t.
The Dallas executive is trying to make sure the 139-year-old company sticks around for another 139 years.
The Rackspace founder is turning his attention to civic development—with very fast results.
The CEO of Austin’s WP Engine says her company doesn’t look like most tech outfits—and that’s one reason it’s so successful.
The tech giant is set to make its announcement within the next two months—but whatever happens, Austin and Dallas rents are likely to go up.
The unlikely success story from Addison looks for a repeat.
When the company collapsed, the former CEO went to prison for fraud and insider trading. Turns out, he was just ahead of his time.
President Trump called it ’a big day for our country’ in a deal that ratchets up pressure on Canada.
The Inc. 5000 list analyzes the fastest-growing private companies in the U.S.—and more of them are in Texas than in any state besides California.
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, Andy Langer speaks with the magician and entertainer behind Scam School and The Modern Rogue.
State Agencies Ordered to Cut Supplemental Budgets Next Year by 10 Percent Even as Billion Dollar Windfall Looms
A U.S. Supreme Court decision that could mean more revenue comes as officials order spending cuts.
The current head of the Department of Energy gave his alma mater a $2.5 billion gig, and they beat out rival UT’s bid.
Dallas, on the other hand, is interested.
Kit Goldsbury made his fortune in Pace Picante sauce, and Graham Weston in the cloud computing company Rackspace. Now the billionaire philanthropists are leading ambitious urban renewal projects.
The venerable grocery chain purchased the food delivery startup for an undisclosed amount.
Probably not! But let’s read way too much into it anyway.
And why the company, started by Austin billionaire John Paul DeJoria might have been worth even more.
Launched by two of the biggest names in Texas business, Clear Channel was once the most powerful—and feared—player in radio. Now rebranded as iHeartMedia, it’s on the brink of bankruptcy.
Both cities were considered favorites early in the process, but it remains unclear what they’ve offered the tech giant for HQ2.
Irish bookie Paddy Power gives Austin a 3:1 shot at landing the prized headquarters. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
It was $2.2 billion, actually. That’s how much billionaire restaurateur Tilman Fertitta offered to buy his beloved Houston Rockets. This is the inside story of how he pulled off the most expensive deal in American sports history.
Guest Column: Texas has 380,000 jobs tied to trade with Mexico
In-flight live music is the definition of a captive audience.
In the future, Straus could run against Governor Greg Abbott, who indicated support for an "oust Straus" movement.
Andrew White aims to capture the support of moderate Democrats and Republicans.
Guest column: With the negotiations stalling, it's time to be honest with ourselves that this is not just a problem of finding a compromise.
Sports team owners use San Antonio for leverage. They may be pulling the same move in Austin.
Guest Column: Don’t keep Texas on the same dangerously anti-business, discriminatory path.
The Longhorn Ballroom, arguably the state's most historic music venue, is back in business.
The anti-transgender bathroom bill debate is a strike against any Texas city getting the Amazon HQ2.
Guest column: The internet giant’s search for a second headquarters could prompt cities to improve.
The supermarket chain that takes care of Texans.