Business / Negocios
AT&T confirms plans to deliver U-VERSE® with AT&T GIGAPOWER℠
0 | By Lisa Marie Gomez
San Antonio.- AT&T* today confirmed it will expand its ultra-fast U-verse with AT&T GigaPower network to the City of San Antonio. The all-fiber network will provide services featuring symmetrical upload and download broadband speeds up to 1 Gigabit per second, and AT&T’s most advanced TV services to consumers and businesses.
College Students at high risk for identity theft
0 | By César Alvarado
San Antonio.- Information sharing has become second-nature to many college students who have grown up in an era of social media, smartphones and widely available internet access. Unfortunately, this also makes students more susceptible as a target for scams and fraud.
San Antonio wins Sister Cities Economic Development International’s Innovation Award
0 | By Thea Setterbo
San Antonio.- The Sister Cities International awarded the City of San Antonio with the 2014 Innovation Award in Economic Development for a city with a population greater than 500,001. This award recognizes the accomplishments of outstanding community and individual sister city programs that promote peace through mutual respect, understanding and cooperation.
Mercado latino, una expansión en desarrollo
0 | por Ana Cristina González
San Antonio, TX.- Durante la cumbre anual de minoristas hispanos Hispanic Retail 360 se habló sobre el crecimiento del mercado latino en los Estados Unidos. Una de las campañas que más llamó la atención fue la de la cadena Pizza Patrón.
Crockett National Bank donates $240,000 of unrestricted funds to Accion Texas
0 | By Ken Slavin
San Antonio.- Accion Texas Inc. – the nation’s largest, nonprofit, micro and small business microlender – has received two large gifts from one of its banking partners, Crockett National Bank. The San Angelo-based bank has committed $200,000 through an unrestricted, zero-interest loan to be “forgiven” every year, as well as a $40,000 monetary gift to Accion Texas.
ACCION Texas named Top District 504 Certified Development Company for 2014
0 | By Arianne Evans
San Antonio.- Accion Texas took top honors at the annual Mid-America Lenders’ Conference held in San Antonio August 18-20. The organization was named Top District 504 Certified Development Company (CDC) for 2014 in the San Antonio District of the SBA – an area comprising 52 counties. In addition, Accion Texas in El Paso was honored as Top 504 Lender for the third consecutive year. A CDC is a nonprofit corporation certified and regulated by the SBA to work with participating lenders to provide financing to small businesses. For the award period of July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014, Accion’s San Antonio SBA 504 program produced 27 loans totaling $26.8 million and created 301 new jobs. For the same time period in El Paso, Accion Texas generated five loan approvals for a value of $3.9 million.