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Greg Jefferson
Business editor of the San Antonio Express-News. Former editor of the San Antonio Current. Sometime blogger. Orwell, Hitchens, Mencken admirer.
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Greg Jefferson Feb 13
W Hotel in the works for downtown San Antonio, sources say
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Marc Duvoisin Feb 4
San Antonio's population is growing rapidly. Its job base, not so much. Poky employment gains expected in 2019 too. What gives? has some answers.
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Marc Duvoisin Feb 4
Today's p. 1: San Antonio is adding jobs slower than it's adding population ; Rep. Al Green's impeach-Trump mission ; back story on new S.A. city manager Erik Walsh ; NYT on Dems' drive to shore up Social Security; Super Bowl.
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Greg Jefferson Feb 1
San Antonio struggled to add jobs in 2018, and 2019 isn't looking any better
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klrn Feb 1
of and of discuss how climate change has impacted San Antonio on The Conversation Continues. Check it out!
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Gilbert Garcia Jan 29
This week’s podcast, with , and talking about Erik Walsh’s appointment, the emerging City Council races and a possibly ineligible Texas House candidate.
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Gilbert Garcia Jan 22
Political consultant Laura Barberena joins the podcast to talk about SA’s new city manager and the upcoming city and Texas House elections.
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Greg Jefferson Jan 15
We're also hiring an energy and manufacturing reporter at the . Interested? Check out the job description and get in touch. And/or share with friends.
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Greg Jefferson Jan 15
Journos, we're hiring a health care reporter at the . Interested? Check out the job description and get in touch. And/or share with friends.
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Greg Jefferson Jan 10
Ohio investment management company to move headquarters to San Antonio
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Gilbert Garcia Jan 8
Our first podcast of 2019, with , and talking about Paul Elizondo, @RepJRod and ’s campaign kickoff.
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Marc Duvoisin Jan 6
Today's biz section cover: piercing Michael Taylor column on Paul Ryan's deficit bender; on Permian Pipeline's controversial Hill Country path; on Texas' potential for green energy self-sufficiency.
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Greg Jefferson Dec 28
Judging from what I’ve downtown today, Iowans have never seen e-scooters before. And they’re desperate to make up for lost time. And they’re terrible e-scooter pilots.
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Greg Jefferson Dec 28
Replying to @paulflahive
I hope you reconsidered. Be who you are, Paul.
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Gilbert Garcia Dec 24
The holiday edition of our podcast, with , and picking the biggest stories of 2018: Farewell, Tea Biscuit
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klrn Dec 20
This week, "On The Record" takes a look back at 2018 w/journalists and discussing the top stories of 2018, the most under-reported and over-reported local stories & what they expect will headline in 2019. Watch @ 7PM
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Joshua Fechter 📝 Dec 19
Here’s a puzzle: homes got increasingly expensive in November, yet the once-torrid pace of home sales actually slowed. What gives?
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Greg Jefferson Dec 19
From 's 'At the Heart of Texas' report: 'SA’s high school dropout rate is above the state average, weakening the pipeline of high-skilled talent... A continued shortage of skilled workers may constrain growth in high-paying sectors...'
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Greg Jefferson Dec 19
Good news from 's 'At the Heart of TX' report: health care is one of SA's fastest growing industries. THE fastest growing? Food service. Bad news: It was also the lowest paying in 2017 at an average of $18,606.
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Gilbert Garcia Dec 18
This week’s podcast, with , and discussing Cruz Shaw’s resignation, last week’s big news from Rey Saldaña and Julián Castro’s semi-official presidential campaign
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