Over the years, Texas has been viewed as the driving force behind many different critical industries. Now, it has reached a new height of being one of the most important locations for aerospace and aviation manufacturers.Read More
It looks like clear skies ahead for the aerospace and aviation industry.
After passenger travel demand strengthened and global military expenditure continued to rise, the aerospace industry is barreling into 2019 led by growing commercial aircraft production and strong defense spending, according to Deloitte’s 2019 Global Aerospace and Defense Outlook.Read More
With more than 2.5 quintillion bytes of data created every day, there is an urgent need for data centers to manage, store, and protect this ever-increasing volume of information.Read More
On a picture-perfect and unusually temperate day in late July, Methodist Health System officials gathered with civic and community leaders to celebrate the halfway point of construction on the new Methodist Midlothian Medical Center.Read More
The Dallas-Fort Worth metro continues to make headlines as one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas and for its business-friendly environment.
With more than a million more people living in the DFW area today than there were back in 2010, it's safe to say North Texas is booming.Read More
“North Texas, for 1,000 reasons, is easily one of the best places for entrepreneurs to get started,” billionaire sports owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban said during his keynote speech at the North Texas Commission’s 44th Annual Members Luncheon.Read More
Texas has long been a key player in the aerospace, aviation, and defense industry, and the state is solidifying its success as time goes on.
In fact, the Lone Star State claimed the No. 2 spot on PricewaterhouseCooper’s (PwC) 2018 Aerospace Manufacturing Attractiveness Rankings — a significant jump from last year’s No. 8 spot.Read More
Midlothian, Texas, is setting the bar high when it comes to cultivating connections that result in real-world workplace solutions.Read More
On a warm, windy June day in Midlothian, Texas — just 26 miles south of Dallas-Fort Worth — Alphabet Inc.’s Google made headlines when it officially unveiled progress on its first data center to be built in the Lone Star State.Read More