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Seamon Whiteside seeks experienced civil engineer/project manager

Landscape design and architecture services firm Seamon Whiteside + Associates Inc. is accepting applications for an experienced civil engineer

Baskins named executive VP of Columbia Chamber

Henri Baskins has been named executive vice president of the Columbia Chamber, where she will offer managerial and public-policy leadership.

Boeing to provide Indian airline with up to 205 jets

Boeing, which operates facilities in South Carolina, recently reached a deal with India-based SpiceJet for up to 205 airplanes.

SC State unveils Healthcare Management MBA program

South Carolina State's School of Business will offer its first Healthcare Management MBA program, beginning this year.

USC's Moore Building earns LEED Platinum certification

The University of South Carolina’s Darla Moore School of Business building has earned LEED Platinum certification, the highest recognition awarded by the U.S. Green Building Council.

SC leaders react to Trump's order to advance the Keystone XL Pipeline

"The choice is simple - build the pipeline, create jobs in the United States, and lessen our dependence on oil from the Middle East." — U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC)

Haley becomes UN Ambassador; McMaster becomes SC governor

Former SC Governor Nikki Haley was easily confirmed by the U.S. Senate to be UN Ambassador. Shortly thereafter, she joined Henry McMaster, who took the oath of office to become South Carolina Governor.

CBRE details updates to e-commerce return processes

CBRE, the world's largest commercial real estate services firm, recently released a report detailing improvements that retailers use to handle e-commerce merchandise returns.

VentureSouth leads investment effort into equipment rental company

VentureSouth, a Greenville-based early stage investment firm that operates angel investor groups and funds across the Southeast, has led an investment in Kwipped, Inc. a Wilmington, North Carolina-based online business-to-business equipment rental marketplace.

Treasurer calls on South Carolinians to support plan to fix pension system

South Carolina state Treasurer Curtis Loftis recently called for reform to the state pension system.

Sanford says water infrastructure act is a boon for Charleston

A water infrastructure act that will greatly benefit the Port of Charleston conforms to the intended purpose of reform of the way federal funds are disbursed, according to a South Carolina congressman.

BIGPAC seeks to add to its membership numbers

The Greenville Chamber of Commerce's political action committee, BIGPAC, is seeking members to assist in its support for Greenville businesses.

Lowcountry business group reaches out to McMaster on road funding

The Trident CEO Council, an organization of company chief executives from throughout the Charleston region, has reached out to Lt. Governor Henry McMaster regarding funding for local roads.

Columbia Chamber to host Inauguration night happy hour

The Columbia Chamber will host its quarterly Historic Happy Hour on Inauguration night.

State Chamber releases its 2017 Competitiveness Agenda

The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce released its 2017 Competitiveness Agenda at a Wednesday news conference at the Statehouse Rotunda.

The Beach Company continues support for nonprofit initiatives

For more than 70 years, The Beach Company has strongly supported nonprofit organizations that promote youth, education, arts and culture.

Litle River pageant now accepting applications

The World Famous Blue Crab Festival Scholarship Pageant is accepting applications through Feb. 10.

Carolina Trust receives Bauer Financial's 5-Star rating

Carolina Trust Federal Credit Union recently received Bauer Financial’s superior Five-Star rating, the highest level of banking performance for strength and stability. 

Jeju Air orders 3 Next Generation 737-800s from Boeing

Jeju Air is ordering three Next-Generation 737-800s from Boeing, valued at nearly $300 million.

SC Bar honors past members at annual Memory Hold the Door event

Past members of the South Carolina Bar were memorialized at the annual Memory Hold the Door ceremony Thursday at the Hyatt Regency Greenville.

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