More than 100 business and education leaders attended the Greenville Business Education Summit held at the University Center's auditorium.
The building known as the West End's "skyscraper" was constructed in 1916 to meet the growing demand for cars in Greenville. Today the building is home to Ford's Oyster House.
McCracken has served commercial and nonprofit clients for more than 29 years with Dixon Hughes Goodman and is currently a partner in the Greenville office.
The store sells men’s and women’s clothing and a full line of fly-fishing equipment and accessories.
It’s been a year of ups and, mostly, downs. Weak demand for undecorated T-shirts caused a dip in sales, the company says, while sales of decorated apparel grew and are expected to keep growing in FY 2015. A second branded eatery, Salt Life Food Shack, opened in April in St. Augustine, Fla., and the company says so far, so good.
Former Navy SEAL Thom Shea has taken the skills that won him a Silver Star into the corporate world
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley came to the defense of Singaporean manufacturer Giti Tire by sending a letter to the U.S. Commerce Department, saying newly imposed import tariffs will hurt the company’s competitive advantage.
Construction began this week on the $212 million Douthit Hills complex at Clemson University. Located at the east Highway 93 entrance to the campus, the pedestrian-oriented, mixed-use development will provide housing, dining, recreation and parking.
Self-confidence is a required ingredient for successful entrepreneurship. By their very nature, entrepreneurs must have a strong belief in themselves and their ideas in order to sell their new venture to investors, customers, team members and the world. Their ability to get others on board is dependent in large part on their own belief in themselves and their sincerity and authenticity in convincing others to join their movement.
Back in the day, you might have occasionally seen “Put clever caption here” appearing under a photo in the paper or, sometimes, something far more embarrassing. The recent Sony hack – resulting in thousands of financial documents and memos from the entertainment giant being made public – while having some entertaining moments, is an object lesson in the large amount that is wrong with the app we love to hate: email.
Garden products manufacturer FoxFarm Soil and Fertilizer Co. announced plans to invest $6.9 million to build a 60,000-square-foot facility and hire 27 people in Anderson County.
[VIDEO] Part II of our exclusive leadership-focused Q&A with Swinney explores his impact on university culture & identity; a possible relation of leadership capabilities to athletic skill; video and more.
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The grocer is re-entering the Upstate market with a new store planned for a renovated Lewis Plaza.
"Be a leader by influence and not title" -- plus other lessons in leadership Furman's Elizabeth Davis has learned along the way and shares in Part II of our exclusive Q&A.
Furman’s 12th – and first female – president brings unique perspective to her new leadership role, and shares some of her management insights in Part I of our exclusive Q&A.
Meet the panel of community leaders who will help UBJ recognize its second group of game-changers
Larry Peppers’ SimSoc exercise has given a reality check to thousands of leaders in Greenville and beyond
For several weeks now, the Beach Company has been prepping the site of the new Main + Stone project. On Dec. 8, the company held its official groundbreaking ceremony.
Portucel S.A. is investing $110 million in Greenwood County to open a manufacturing facility that converts forest matter into wood pellets. The investment is expected to create 70 new jobs.