Policy change would prevent community and other pharmacies from being excluded from providing medicine and services through Medicare Part D.
The Georgia Department of Natural Resources State Parks & Historic Sites Division wants to encourage people to visit parks more often in 2018.
"Many Hispanics, like me, support Trump precisely because he's pledged to protect Hispanics — whether native-born or legal immigrants — from the economic and street crime ravages of mass illegal immigration," said Steve Cortes, member of President Trump's Hispanic Advisory Committee.
ScanSource Inc.has been named to Fortune magazine's 2017 List of World’s Most Admired Companies.
ScanSource Inc.'s Paul Constantine, co-president of Worldwide Barcode, Networking and Security, has been named a 2017 CRN Channel Chief.
Boeing did an impressive job in the lead up to its machinists voting overwhelmingly against the formation of a union in South Carolina, according to one labor lawyer.
ScanSource POS and Barcode, a company based in Greenville that provides automatic identification and data capture services, recently received additional certification from the PCI Security Standards Council for allowing Point-to-Point Encryption certified key injections at its standalone key injection facility.
Recent Berry College graduate Connor Garrett has developed a mobile application, StudyHubb, to help students find study partners.
Following the merger this year with Tidelands Bancshares, United Community Bank has completed the conversion process for all Tidelands Bank customers.
Katherine Pastor, the 2016 School Counselor of the Year, has joined the corporate board of advisers of Vireo Labs.
Charleston’s port has the potential to be a major hub for fresh fruit and vegetables when the widening of the Panama Canal is completed, according to the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce. This view echoes an upbeat forecast of the future of the city and region laid out recently to business and civic leaders by Kiernan Conway, senior vice president of credit risk management at SunTrust Bank.
Fisher Phillips' Columbia office recently welcomed Liane Dublinski as a specialist in labor dealing with management and employment law.
Stephen Mitchell, the managing part of the Fisher Phillips law firm in Columbia, recently joined the board of directors of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce.
Seven attorneys from the Fisher Phillips firm in Columbia will be included in The Best Lawyers in America 2017.
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.
Sheila Bias, who works as an attorney at Fisher Phillips in Columbia, South Carolina, an employment and labor firm, has been chosen for the Leadership Columbia Class of 2017, an initiative of the Columbia Chamber of Commerce.
A lawyer with Columbia, South Carolina-based labor and employment law firm Fisher Phillips has been honored with the South Carolina Bar's Presidents Award for her efforts with the Bar's Young Lawyers Division (YLD) on the Cinderella Project.
Lanier & Burroughs welcomes new attorney, arbitrator.
Educators from across country join Vireo Labs advisory board