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Comcast to open $21.4 million customer service and technical support center in North Charleston

Officials from multi-national mass media company Comcast recently announced plans to invest $21.4 million in Charleston County, South Carolina with the opening of a new customer service and technical support center.

Simons Johnson named VP of Colliers International-South Carolina

Senior brokerage associate Simons Johnson was recently tapped as VP of Colliers International-South Carolina.

Hopson joins Mount Pleasant CresCom Bank as branch manager

Kristen Hopson recently took the position of branch manager at the CresCom Bank in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina.

Boeing South Carolina continues campaign against unionization of ‘teammates’

Boeing South Carolina ramps up efforts against the Machinists' pro-union push.

Boeing delivers 400th Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft to Irish airline Ryanair

The 400th Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft recently rolled off the line at Boeing.

RMF invests $16 million in Greenville County expansion project

Roy Metal Finishing officials recently announced plans for the company to make a $16-million investment in Greenville County, South Carolina.

Institute of Biological Engineering holds annual meeting in Greenville, South Carolina

April 7 marked the beginning of the Institute of Biological Engineering’s annual meeting, which took place through April 9 at the Marriott in Greenville, South Carolina.

TTC dean of business technology honored with A. Wade Martin Innovator of the Year Award

Trident Technical College’s (TTC) dean of business technology was honored recently by the South Carolina Technical College Foundation.

Charleston Chamber Economic Forecast report shows growth at SC Port Authority

Over the past 25 years, Charleston’s economy has shifted from a military and defense-based economy to one that revolves around other aspects of the region including activities of the Port of Charleston, a booming visitor industry, a thriving health care industry, and a growing manufacturing sector, according to a Charleston Chamber Economic Forecast report.

South Carolina senator backs Defend Trade Secrets Act

The recent Defend Trade Secrets Act got backing from South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, who voted in favor of the legislation earlier this week.

Neil Jones named Colliers International-South Carolina's CFO

Neil Jones has been tapped by leaders at Colliers International-South Carolina as the company's new SVP and CFO.

Nationally renowned architect: Charleston BAR process for Sergeant Jasper property 'arbitrary, unfair'

Nationally renowned architect Joe Antunovich is no stranger to large projects in major historic districts.

Three new agents join Carolina One in Charleston

Three new agents are on the job with Carolina One Real Estate Services.

Smith tapped as VP of human resources at Lexington Medical Center

Officials at Lexington Medical Center (LMC) in West Columbia, South Carolina recently welcomed Brian D. Smith as the facility's new VP of human resources.

Sergeant Jasper mediation reaches impasse

Court-ordered mediation involving the stakeholders in the Sergeant Jasper property dispute has reached an impasse.

CHMP releases positive opinion of XTANDI for European Label

Astellas Pharma Inc. and Medivation Inc. recently reported that the Committee for Medicinal Products for Human Use (CHMP), a branch of the European Medicines Agency (EMA), has released a positive opinion recommendation of XTANDI.

Longtime city CFO tapped to lead not-for-profit organization

Charleston's CFO will soon move into a different role within the city.

Dayton Rogers owner named chair of Precision Metalforming Association

Dayton Rogers Manufacturing Co. owner and president Ron Lowry has been tapped to chair the Precision Metalforming Association (PMA) as the chairman of the organization’s board of directors.

Derrick named treasurer of South Carolina Realtors

A South Carolina real estate agent has been tapped for a leadership position with the South Carolina Realtors (SCR) organization.

MUSC board approves land purchase for new facility

Officials for the Medical University of South Carolina recently approved $2.8 million in funding to go toward the purchase of five acres on which a new health care facility will be built.

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