Leadership Columbia, a 10-month educational program developed by the Columbia Chamber, recently announced the members comprising its advisory board and an alumni association board for 2017-18.
When Carnival Sunshine launches its first year of scheduled cruise events in May 2019, Charleston will play host to the brand-new craft offering a 3,002-passenger capacity and a dazzling array of refreshments and recreation.
More than 1,000 Aiken Chamber of Commerce stakeholders can now effortlessly connect with customers and clients thanks to www.aikenhasit.com, a breakthrough digital resource launched to bring products and services together with regional end users.
Sen. Lindsey Graham’s (R-South Carolina) trial lawyer tax giveaway may fund a defeat for the Republican Party, according to at least one letter to the editor writer in the Wall Street Journal.
Business process company Synnex Corp., innovator of information technology systems, products, design and service solutions, recently revealed that one of its own has earned the Order of the Palmetto Award, South Carolina’s top civilian honor.
Plaintiff lawyers on the West Coast can continue to immediately deduct expenses in contingency fee cases -- and Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) is being blamed, or given credit, for making sure an end to that practice was not included in the tax bill passed this week.
Clemson Tigers and South Carolina Gamecocks fans have much to cheer about this bowl season, so South Carolina Federal Credit Union will give away 40 pairs of tickets to two New Year’s Day football games.
Interior design product vendor ProSource Wholesale of Greenville recently celebrated a ribbon-cutting at its new showroom at 2 Distribution Court in Greer, opening the doors to regional remodelers, Realtors and more.
In what the Greenville Chamber described as “a major victory,” the U.S. Senate Committee on Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs recently disallowed Scott Garrett’s proposed chairmanship of the Export-Import Bank after his nomination proved controversial.