By Eric Peterson / CompanyWeek | Mar 20, 2023
As major semiconductor manufacturers stand up new fabs in the U.S., will the supply chain be there to sustain them?
By Angela Rose | Mar 14, 2023
Vice President of Operations Jennifer Emerson says the iconic family-owned snack food manufacturer continues to thrive post-pandemic and has expanded capacity to offer co-manufacturing services.
By Ben Wiese | Mar 14, 2023
CEO Michael Kiolbassa is carrying on his family’s legacy, manufacturing 500,000 pounds of “the best sausage you’ve ever eaten” every week in the company’s San Antonio factories.
By Mike Vieira | Mar 14, 2023
Managing Director Hugo Becerra says big-name businesses are now approaching the Texas label manufacturer thanks to a recent focus on digital marketing channels.
By Angela Rose | Feb 22, 2023
From rare earth magnet importer to custom neodymium magnet innovator, this scrappy California transplant’s evolution is proving it has sticking power.
By Mike Vieira | Feb 22, 2023
Honoring family heritage while blurring the line between wine and cocktails is now a full-time business for co-founder Whitney Gates -- and markets outside of Texas’ borders are on the horizon.
By Eric Peterson | Feb 13, 2023
As the semiconductor industry invests heavily in U.S. manufacturing, is the workforce there to support it? Recruiters are casting a wide net as they scour the existing semiconductor ecosystem -- along with other industries, colleges, and the military -- to fill the needs of fabs that are already under construction.
By Margaret Jackson | Jan 30, 2023
Founders Psyche and Vontoba Terry have set their clean-beauty brand’s sights on national and international expansion -- as well as doing good around the globe.
By Angela Rose | Jan 29, 2023
Having grown far beyond its humble beginnings as a single shop, President Gaby Ortiz’s Mexican-style snacks and frozen treat manufacturer is now poised to conquer the Texas retail market.