Chemical manufacturer Pacific Industrial Development Corp. is opening a Spartanburg manufacturing facility that will create 53 new jobs over the next five years.
Automotive seating supplier Lear Corp. plans to expand its existing operations in Spartanburg County.
Dozens of "Fight for $15" activists protested at a downtown Charleston McDonald's restaurant in favor of a $15 minimum wage earlier today — and several were arrested. How "grassroots" is the campaign — and how would a $15 minimum wage impact the economy?
Graduates coming out of South Carolina’s only dental school are motivated to care for the under-served and under-privileged, but they can be stymied by the heavy burden of student debt, according to one of the state’s most prominent dentists.
Balancing infrastructure needs, growth while maintaining heritage is SC's 'biggest challenge,' business leader says
Developing infrastructure while balancing growth with maintaining South Carolina’s unique heritage are among the state’s biggest challenges, one of Charleston’s most prominent business leaders said.
Actively sparking business within the Palmetto State, JR Automation Technologies of Michigan plans an expansion to South Carolina’s Pickens County with an investment of $3.4 million and the expectation of creating 56 new regional jobs.
Dental Dreams is committed to filling a much needed gap in South Carolina, providing services to low-income adults and children.
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.
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.
Product management solutions provider to establish operations in Charleston County.
Acton Institute on increasing minimum wage: 'We shouldn’t be pitting one group of poor people against the other'
Raising minimum wage was the topic of discussion at a recent event at the International Longshoreman Association Hall in Charleston, South Carolina.
Materials handling applications corporation Advanta Industries Inc. will invest $2.6 million and create 26 jobs over the next five years with the expansion of its operations in Manning, Clarendon County, South Carolina.
South Carolina island commended by TripAdvisor for diversity of activities available for visitors.
The faculty listing for the sixth annual Primary Care Continuing Education Conference (CME) was announced on April 1 in Palm Coast, Florida by the meeting’s organizer, Continuing Education Company Inc. 6th Annual Essentials in Primary Care Summer CME Conference will be held June 29-July 3, 2015 at the Kiawah Island Golf Resort on Kiawah Island, South Carolina.