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Making Coworking Work

COVER STORY | Upstate entrepreneurs discover that the office space revolution can be rewarding – and costly

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Synnex announces $6.5M expansion

Economic Development | Synnex Corporation plans to add a 40,000-square-foot addition to its existing Greenville distribution headquarters. Keep Reading Synnex announces $6.5M expansion

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Clemson trustees give nod to $130M Sirrine Hall replacement

REAL ESTATE | Clemson University trustees have given pre-concept approval for university officials to move forward in evaluating plans to design a building to replace programming in Sirrine Hall on campus.

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Erwin Penland to begin construction on 125,000-square-foot building

REAL ESTATE | Construction is slated to begin within the next 45 days on the new Erwin Penland building in downtown Greenville.

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Auto supplier to open $11M US plant in Anderson

MANUFACTURING | German automotive supplier EuWe Group plans to open its first U.S. manufacturing operations in Anderson County with an $11.1 million investment.

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To the hoop

During the heat of March Madness, Northwestern Mutual hosted an NCAA Viewing Party for employees, clients and friends at American Roadside in Greenville. Keep Reading To the hoop
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THEN & NOW | Main Street

Since 1899, Greenville's Main Street has replaced two courtrooms with the Chamber of Commerce. View what other changes have taken place. Keep Reading THEN & NOW | Main Street
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Apprenticeships help fill the skills gap in S.C.

Apprenticeships have existed in America since our country’s earliest days. In South Carolina, they have played a strong role in workforce development over the past eight years, the result of a concerted effort by our state to meet the needs of business and industry. In 2003, when a South Carolina Chamber of Commerce study determined Read More » Keep Reading Apprenticeships help fill the skills gap in S.C.
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GE plans exit from banking business

General Electric announced plans to sell “most” of its finance business GE Capital during the next two years with the exception of certain portions related to the company’s industrial businesses. Keep Reading GE plans exit from banking business
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Greenville to add criteria for Conditional Use Permits

New criteria added for Conditional Use Permits passed first reading approval this week by Greenville City Council. A Conditional Use Permit is required by the city when “a business or other use is allowed only upon Planning Staff determining that certain conditions have been met.” Keep Reading Greenville to add criteria for Conditional Use Permits
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Michelin wins J.D Power awards

The 2015 awards bring Michelin’s lifetime total of J.D. Power awards to 77, almost four times more awards than all other tire manufacturers combined since the study launched in 1989. Keep Reading Michelin wins J.D Power awards