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Bondex Inc. expands in Edgefield County

Bondex Inc., a manufacturer of thermally-bonded nonwoven substrates known around the world, recently announced that it will expand its manufacturing operations in Edgefield County, South Carolina.

U.S. military members join online learning at The Citadel

Men and women serving in the U.S. military can now participate in online masters and undergraduate degree curriculums, and certificate programs from The Citadel Graduate College, which recently expanded its online learning center.

Zubie adds more technology to vehicles

Zubie, a top connected-car platform and telematics supplier based in Charleston, South Carolina, recently initiated its improved business fleet and as analytics network to include in-vehicle Wi-Fi from Verizon’s 4G LTE network.

Benjamin Glass added to The Best Lawyers in America 2017 list

Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart PC, which is one of the biggest labor and employment law firms for management, recently announced that the managing shareholder of its Charleston office, Benjamin Glass, has been named among The Best Lawyers in America 2017 list.

Charleston Young Professionals celebrates ten year anniversary and expanded reach in growing region

Charleston Young Professionals is preparing to mark 10 years of helping young professionals both with a celebration event and a renewed focus on a Charleston that, in many ways, is growing much faster than it was when it was founded in 2006.

Bakker and Sloan Batson Join Nexsen Pruet

Nexsen Pruet’s Greenville office welcomed two new partners, Mark Bakker and Sarah Sloan Batson.

Columbia attorneys named to Best Lawyers

Seven attorneys from the Fisher Phillips firm in Columbia will be included in The Best Lawyers in America 2017.

Clemson to clarify financial literacy for Millennials

Clemson University recently developed a new course for this fall semester, hoping to help Millennials learn more about personal financing even though they are more economically aware than previous generations.

Clemson helps set up new digital gallery of state and national parks

Scholars with Clemson University and the National Park Service recently announced that they have created a digital gallery featuring unique, rare, and archived material from historic sites, national parks, and battlefields in the U.S.

Morley customer contact center brings 270 jobs to Greenville County

Morley is launching a new customer contact center in Greenville County, and the $1.7 million investment is projected to create more than 270 jobs.

Boeing and Mauritania Airlines finalize order for Next-Generation plane

An order for one Next-Generation 737-800 airplane has been finalized by Boeing and Mauritania Airlines.

New Brose production facility headed to Spartanburg County

A new production facility is coming to Spartanburg County as Brose North America Inc. moves into a 77,000-square-foot space in Duncan, South Carolina.

2016 Best Places to Work in South Carolina announced

The 60 top companies representing the 2016 Best Places to Work in South Carolina was announced last week by the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, Best Companies Group, and SC Biz.

Rosen Hagood attorney named President of South Carolina Association for Justice

Rosen Hagood recently announced that its attorney, Alex Cash, was chosen to be the 2016-17 President of the South Carolina Association for Justice (SCAJ) on Aug. 4.

CBRE hires Jim Frazier as researcher

CBRE Group Inc. recently announced that it has added Jim Frazier as a researcher for the company’s Southeast Research team, which is located in Charleston, South Carolina.

EDTS included in 2016 Fast Growth 150 List

Regional IT consulting firm EDTS was recently added to CRN Magazine's 2016 Fast Growth 150 list, which included EDTS as an honoree for the fourth year in a row.

Sagacious Partners expands practice with EOS in South Carolina

Sagacious Partners, based in Columbia, South Carolina, recently announced that it has expanded its executive coaching techniques by including The Entrepreneurial Operating System (EOS) throughout the Palmetto State.

Trimble Joins Crawford Strategy

Sara Beth Trimble recently joined Crawford Strategy of Greenville, South Carolina as a resource manager.

Flawed research preceded council’s vote on West Ashley bridge bike lane, critics allege

Councilman says district 5 residents reported up to 50 minute longer commutes during lane closure trial.

Hadder appointed to Greater Columbia Community Relations Council board

The Greater Columbia Community Relations Council (CRC) has appointed Jan Hadder, First Community Bank SVP and director of mortgage banking, to its board of directors.

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