Around 100 residents packed in for this month’s city Design Review Board meeting, where the application for a 272-unit apartment project on South Main Street passed with a vote of 3-2.
Magic Rooster Tattoo LLC & Premier Express Car Was recently opened in Mauldin // Take 5 Oil Change recently opened in Greenville
Greenville-based bank holding company Independence Bancshares halted development of its new payments program and fired its president and CEO Gordon Baird “in connection with the suspension” of the project, according to filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.
The idea started more than 10 years ago, when Craig Walker found himself snail-mailing VHS tapes of ultrasound recordings to a medical specialist, just to get a second opinion. Walker had become frustrated when doctors couldn’t tell him if his unborn son would have a medical condition.
Most economists will tell you that problems in the subprime housing market caused the Great Recession. Six years after the end of the downturn, it’s still the conventional wisdom. Mainstream economists remain focused on strategies to improve capital, labor and technology in hopes of preventing another meltdown.
What makes some blog posts successful, while others fall flat? Why do some blogs act as magnets bringing thousands of eyes to the company website, while others struggle to get noticed? There are a few common mistakes that small businesses make in the development of articles and blog posts.
Illinois-based Advanced Technology Services Inc. (ATS) is moving the company's Southeast Regional Office in Greenville to a new location in October.
Fluor Corporation was recently listed on the 2015 Dow Jones Sustainability North America Index (DJSI).
The new Volvo Charleston plant will be the global production home of the company’s new S60 sedan and another yet-to-be-determined model.
Torchlight Investors has sold Pelham Place, a 57,158-square-foot, 94 percent leased shopping center located at 3093 South Highway 14 in Greer, to Greenville investment firm Realop Investments LLC for $5,825,000. Commercial real estate firm Avison Young “was able to secure the second-highest sale price for a grocery-anchored retail property in Upstate South Carolina recorded to date in 2015,” the company announced in a statement this week.
A long-vacant building in downtown Spartanburg is getting a makeover as the state’s first cooperatively owned grocery store, which began construction this month. Slated for completion next spring, the 5,000-square-foot space will add 30 jobs, carry locally and regionally sourced products and promote community wellness and nutrition.
Last week, Greenville Tech held a topping-out ceremony to celebrate the completion of the structure of its Center for Manufacturing Innovation (CMI). The celebration by the project team and guests marked the placement of the last steel beam, signifying that the building had reached its maximum height. The CMI, expected to open in August 2016, aims to increase the number of skilled workers for manufacturing.
This year’s Carolina Panthers training camp at Wofford College brought $8 million to Spartanburg’s economy, up more than 50 percent from last year’s estimated $5.2 million impact.
More than 100 business leaders attended the Wyche M&A CEO Roundtable in Greenville, where four Greenville leaders shared experiences, challenges, trends and lessons from major transactions shaping business in the Upstate.
Tracy James Antonik, a recent transplant from Lakeland, Fla., said his planned 1.5-barrel nano-system will hopefully spur a brewery district like that of Asheville’s South Slope in Asheville with eight breweries either existing or in planning. Now that breweries in the area are spread out, “I think craft beer in Greenville County could benefit [from congregation],” he said.
The new 2,600-square-foot location will be on Garlington Road at the Woodruff Road intersection, directly in front of the Entercom radio station complex.
Rejoice, thrifty sports fans: Greenville-based tech startup Bandwagon is on the move, this week attracting its lead angel and a commitment of $25,000 from investor Jason Premo during the final stages of the Founder Institute program.
International manufacturer Caterpillar’s decision to lay off 4,000 to 5,000 workers by the end of 2016 could affect some of its 800 South Carolina employees. The company’s five South Carolina manufacturing plants fall into the three manufacturing segments Caterpillar has earmarked for “restructuring actions,” according to a company spokesman.
One of the nation’s largest health carriers is closing its print and fulfillment office in Duncan, S.C., in November, laying off 85 people to transition to “a digital enabled platform,” according to a UnitedHealthcare media representative.
The investment will include the installation of a polyester film production line. Mitsubishi said it intends to use this line to support the growth of its business in both the U.S. and overseas markets. The company expects to complete the investment by the third quarter of 2017.