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Greenville Tech Foundation reaches $3 million milestone

A year-and-a-half after its launch, Greenville Tech Foundation's Empowering Tomorrow Capital Campaign has exceeded its $3 million goal.

Educators meet, share ideas at TransformSC Learning Institute

A recent meeting at TransformSC's Learning Institute offered public school educators from throughout the Palmetto State the chance to learn about new technology and innovations available to the them, with a focus on competency-based progression.

Graham optimistic about Export-Import Bank's reauthorization

U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham is optimistic that legislation sent by the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate to President Barack Obama will allow the Export-Import Bank to resume operations.

South Carolina Chamber members named to GSA Business' Top 20 Most Influential in the Upstate list

More than half of the individuals included in GSA Business' Top 20 Most Influential in the Upstate are employed by South Carolina Chamber of Commerce member businesses.

Monti Inc. to invest $500,000 in Greenwood County expansion

With its planned expansion project, industrial manufacturing company Monti Inc. will make a $500,000 investment in its Greenwood County, South Carolina facility.

CRDA forms Global Business Development Team

The Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) in Charleston, South Carolina has put in place a Global Business Development Team.

AT&T to offer gigabit speed internet in Columbia area

Columbia, South Carolina is one of 38 metro areas that will be included in an expansion of AT&T's services.

Urquhart joins Davis & Floyd as transportation sector leader

Brice Urquhart was hired recently as the transportation sector leader for engineering, consulting and design company Davis & Floyd.

Chester Plywood investing $23.5 million in plant expansion

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley said with its $23.5-million expansion of its Chester, South Carolina plant, plywood and engineered woods products producer Boise Cascade Co. is helping the Palmetto State become a stronger global marketing force.

South Carolina Bar offering funding to government, civics teachers

South Carolina middle and high school teachers who teach government and civics will have an opportunity to win funding provided through the South Carolina Bar's Law-Related Education (LRE) Division.

Rudish-Laning joins staff at South Carolina Council on Competitiveness

Robyn Rudish-Laning is the South Carolina Council on Competitiveness' new communications coordinator.

Cypress Creek Renewables to make $10-million investment in Dillon County

South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is pleased with the decision of Cypress Creek Renewables to launch a $10-million solar energy project in Dillon County

Fetter Health Care Network Inc. excited to be a part of Chicora Life Center

As the Chicora Life Center approaches completion, some of the first residents to lease space in this renovated former Naval hospital are preparing to open, including Fetter Health Care Network Inc.

Wheeler Real Estate acquires 13 grocery-anchored properties in South Carolina

Wheeler Real Estate Investment Trust Inc. of Virginia Beach, Virginia has signed contracts to purchase 14 grocery store-anchored properties, 13 of which are in South Carolina.

Longtime Charleston-area financial adviser joins Securian

Wallace "Ed" Cook II and his company, Carolina Capital Management, recently joined Securian Financial Group Inc.

Dominion Foundation funds expansion of cooking classes at EdVenture Children's Museum

The Dominion Foundation, an arm of Dominion Resources, is making an investment in South Carolina by funding enhancements to the cooking courses at the EdVenture Children's Museum in Columbia.

Collins & Lacy attorney elected president of Young Lawyers Division of the South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys' Association

Claude Prevost, an attorney with Collins & Lacy P.C., was recently elected the new president of the Young Lawyers Division (YLD) of the South Carolina Defense Trial Attorneys’ Association (SCDTAA).

CWIT's 2014 Women of the Year to give port update at organization's first meeting of 2016

Barbara Melvin, Charleston Women in International Trade's (CWIT) 2014 Women of the Year, will be a special guest at CWIT's first meeting of 2016.

SAGE Automotive Interiors investing $5 million in Greenville County operations

Greenville County Council Chairman Dr. Bob Taylor praised SAGE for its decision to update and expand its manufacturing plant there.

Röchling Automotive USA LLP hiring 25 new workers with plant expansion

It's a good indicator that business is going well in the Palmetto State when a corporation announces plans to expand operations at one of its existing facilities.

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