The ongoing debate about how to best fund South Carolina's roads and other infrastructure needs is sure to dominate the upcoming legislative session.
Brett Dalton has been elevated to serve as Clemson's executive vice president for finance and operations and Angie Leidinger will be the university’s new vice president of external affairs.
All of the challenges over the Washington state tax incentives presented by the European Union have been rejected by the World Trade Organization.
Welcoming new associates to five coastal locations in the Carolinas, community-oriented CresCom Bank has hired a slate of tellers, customer service specialists, deposit operations professionals, mortgage and loan experts, data analysts and branch managers.
The Old Cigar Warehouse, an events venue in Greenville, has hired Lauren Lyons as its new venue captain and Anna-Kate Sherrill as its newest wedding director.
Recent Berry College graduate Connor Garrett has developed a mobile application, StudyHubb, to help students find study partners.
Kevin McAllister has been named the president and CEO of Boeing Commercial Airplanes, replacing Boeing Vice Chairman Ray Conner.
Cheri Marie Phyfer has been named to the Clemson University board of trustees, following the retirement of Leon J. “Bill” Hendrix, who has served on the board since 1995.
Nancy Haynsworth, a Citadel Graduate College alumna, U.S. Air Force veteran and instructor at the college, recently became the oldest woman to swim across the Straits of Gibraltar this year.
A pair of University of South Carolina professors, Douglas Anderton and Stephen Morgan — specializing respectively in sociology and chemistry — recently attained the title of fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).
Ted Pitts, president and CEO of the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce, recently released a statement over the passing of Cathy Novinger and Judy Davis, two South Carolina business leaders and former members of the Chamber’s Board of Directors.
Like those in the rest of America, South Carolina employers and consumers are feeling the sting of rising health care costs — and a big reason is the rising cost of prescription drugs.
Mark Smith, a Mount Pleasant councilman and the new chair of the South Carolina Advisory Council on Aging, has some sobering statistics to share.
Palmetto Health Children's Hospital welcomes Chiver, a 2-year-old yellow lab/golden retriever mix, to provide a sense of calm for kids undergoing physical therapy.
A South Carolina couple’s search for custom gifts led to their formulating oyster knife and steamer prototypes, founding the Charleston Shucker Co. and finding their products featured on “Top Chef,” now in its 14th season.
Ortec, a biomaterial and polymer technology company, is expanding its operations in Anderson County with plans to invest $20 million and create 60 new jobs.
Barnwell Whaley member attorney Chris Hinnant has been ranked as an AV Preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings, a company that has rated attorneys for more than 140 years.
A decision on whether to release state funds for a major road extension through the center of Charleston County could be made as early as next week.
B&W Fiberglass Inc. is launching its first manufacturing facility in South Carolina in an acquisition deal that will create 46 new jobs.
The Charleston Area Regional Transportation Authority (CARTA) recently unveiled a brand-new fleet of seven Downtown Shuttle (DASH) vehicles to improve commuting around the peninsula and accommodate increasing ridership in time for the busy holiday season.