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.
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.
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.
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.
Palmetto Business Daily's recent article on the DynCorp and AAR Airlift dispute has ruffled the feathers of the latter, prompting a letter in which the chairman of AAR dismissed allegations of his company's wrongdoing while highlighting errors he claims his competitor has made.
DynCorp, which has a location in Goose Creek, is one of the many entities that has voiced concerns with AAR, which holds a valuable contract for the transportation of U.S. diplomats, cabinet members and representatives to high-security parts of the world.
The SunTrust Foundation helped kick off the fourth year of the regional Youth Apprenticeship Program by making a $20,000 donation, according to a press release from the Charleston Metro Chamber of Commerce.
Fifty black authors will attend an expanding festival of writing due to take place in Charleston next month.Hosted by the Charleston County Public Library, this year's Black Ink Festival has attracted authors from as far away as California, according to the organizers.
Since its introduction in July, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau's ruling which prevents class-action waivers in almost all instances of financial consumer-service agreements, has been met with contention, which has come from financial institutions and politicians alike.
Though it is a desirable place to visit, living in the Charleston area comes with a hefty price tag, with the average rent for a one-bedroom apartment costing over $1,000, according to a Post and Courier article dated from earlier this year.