|07/16/2011||AMX Announces Acquisition of SchoolView Technologies|
AMX, the Richardson-based leading provider of solutions that simplify the implementation, maintenance, and use of technology to create effective environments, announced today the acquisition of SchoolView Technologies, LLC., a Plano, Texas based company specializing in building comprehensive software that consolidates management and control of diverse school technologies at the district, buildling and classroom level, on a single, comprehensive platform.unces Acquisition of SchoolView Technologies
|06/17/2011||Regional Cooperation is critical to continued success|
Bill Sproull, President and CEO of the Richardson Economic Development Partnership, writes about how North Texas communities should prioritize allocating resources to bring companies to our region, instead of competing against neighboring cities.
|01/24/2011||VCE Coalition & Acadia combined and renamed|
VCE Coalition and Acadia combined and renamed VCE, The Virtual Computing Enviroment Company
VCE Advances Goal of Simplifying IT Delivery through Converged Infrastructure and Ease of
Doing Business; Validated by Growing Partner and Customer Base
The VCE Coalition and Acadia have combined into a single entity renamed VCE, The Virtual Computing Environment Company (VCE). This move advances VCE’s ability to simplify the way it does business in the converged infrastructure market – a market projected to be tens of billions of dollars within the next several years.
|01/21/2011||Real Estate Data|
REDP's real estate information source, CoStar Group, shows the following
data on Richardson's Class A office, Class B/C office, and Flex and Industrial buildings*:
Class A Office Data - Jan. 2011
Class B/C Office Data - Jan. 2011
Flex Space Data - Jan.2011
Industrial Space Data - Jan. 2011
|01/21/2011||Restaurant and Retail Update|
The trend continues. For years, Richardson has been attracting 20-25 new restaurants every year. In 2010, more than 25 new dining venues either opened or announced that they were coming to the city.
|01/12/2010||Blue Cross Blue Shield Workers Start to Fill New Headquarters|
|The first of the health insurer's employees began setting up shop last week in a new $265 million headquarters in Richardson. |
The 1-million-square-foot high-rise development on North Central Expressway at Glenville Drive is one of the biggest office projects to open in North Texas in years.
by STEVE BROWN / The Dallas Morning News
|11/22/2009||Paragon Innovations plans Richardson move|
Paragon Innovations Inc. has bought a building in Richardson to move its corporate headquarters into in the first quarter of 2010.
Dallas Business Journal - by Bill Hethcock Staff Writer
|07/25/2009||Richardson One of 15 Government-Heavy (and Recession-Resistant) Cities|
It's been said that if there's one type of job that's recession proof, it's a government job. After all, spending by federal and state governments tends to go up in recessions, and that's been especially true with President Obama's stimulus response. But it's not exactly true that government jobs are recession proof. Government employment growth has slowed to a trickle: According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, government employment has added an average of about 5,000 workers a month over the past year. In June, the government sector actually lost 52,000 jobs.
U.S. News & World Report
|03/24/2009||G Systems moving its offices from Plano to Richardson|
G Systems has leased office space in Richardson for its headquarters.
Laughlin Commercial Realty Group said that the engineering services and systems company leased 17,000 square feet of office space at 1240 East Campbell Road from Kennington Capital. The company was previously located in Plano.
By STEVE BROWN / The Dallas Morning News