South Carolina law firm to offer "mini-MBA" program to its lawyers, administration
New residential mortgage lending specialist comes to First Reliance Bank
Morton & Getty's James Morton to serve on York County Free Clinic's advisory board
CIC taps South Carolina professor to take part in Presidential Vocation and Institutional Mission program
Candidate forums for Chapin residents set for May 19 and 31
Professional development coach to keynote this year's first Shine the Light Nonprofit Forum series session
The Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce (CMCC) and Charleston Regional Development Alliance (CRDA) will share the initial findings today of “One Region,” a strategic planning initiative designed to create a multi-year economic development, global competitiveness strategy for Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester counties.
Lexington Medical Center welcomes Matthew Cogdill as VP of its physician network
Eight lawyers from Columbia law firm recognized as South Carolina Super Lawyers, Rising Star
New Zero Connect plant in Easley to create 72 new jobs
Columbia-based video production and web development company earns national certification.
Sixteen Colliers International South Carolina brokers honored by CoStar.
City of Charleston has spent more than $400,000 in lobbying fees on firm of Congressman Clyburn's cousin
Jack O’Toole, director of communications for the city of Charleston, told Palmetto Business Daily he couldn’t speak to the reason why the city chose William’s firm, if any other firms had been considered, or on what issues Clyburn Consulting was lobbying federally.
Clemson University recently presented the Clemson Medallion, the university’s highest public honor, to businessman James E. Bostic Jr. and President Emeritus James Barker, two alumni of the university.
The South Carolina Chamber of Commerce ecently published a statement to celebrate the state’s local small businesses during Small Business Week 2016.
Shawn R. Willis recently became a partner of the corporate group at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP, based in Charleston, South Carolina.
The South Carolina Bankruptcy Law Association recently gave the J. Bratton Davis Professionals Award to George B. Cauthen, who serves as a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP’s office in Columbia.