S.C.’s renewable energy pioneer reflects on his “solar coaster ride”
August statewide market reports from South Carolina Realtors released this week show that the “macro trend is still positive” while the “micro trend involves more moderate pinching up and down the month-to-month timeline.”
A newly launched nonprofit called Feed & Seed plans to connect area farmers with urban consumers and industrial producers, increasing earnings and creating an atmosphere that will attract new business.
Developers looking for a large multi-family or mixed-use development property take note: The American Spinning Mill in Greenville is listed for sale.
Designed for distribution and light manufacturing, the White Horse Industrial Center is currently under development on a 45-acre site in Greenville County.
KIYATEC, a Greenville-based biotech company, announced Thursday morning that it has been awarded an almost $2 million contract by the National Cancer Institute (NCI).
Average cost of employer-sponsored health plans over $16,000 annually
Upstate companies dominated the list of the 2014 top 25 fastest-growing companies recognized by the Capital Corporation at its inaugural CEO RoundTable event last week at the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce in Columbia. State Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt gave the keynote address to an exclusive group of past and present nominees of the SC Fastest Growing Companies Program.
Railside coworking space relaunches independently
In a first-of-its-kind partnership between Adobe's education division and a university, Clemson University announced the construction of a new Adobe Digital Studio.
The City of Greenville is searching for ways to increase the number of contracts awarded to businesses owned by minorities and women.
Entercom Greenville LLC named Dave “SupaDave” Jackson as new program director for B93.7/WFBC-FM and Magic 98.9/WSPA-FM.
iMAGINE Upstate has announced the launch of its new website iMAGINEUpstate.com to provide information about the company’s weeklong series of crowdsourced programs and events on March 28-April 4, 2015.
Wells Fargo & Company announced a $2.8 million investment in 375 philanthropic organizations across South Carolina through August 31.
Thermoplastics processor and recycler ACI Plastics Inc. is investing $4.1 million to expand its manufacturing operations into Oconee County.
KEMET Corporation kicked off its 31st KEMET Institute of Technology (KIT) series on Sept. 17 at the Simpsonville Innovation Center.
Emitec, an exhaust technology company and wholly owned subsidiary of Continental, is investing $3 million to expand its Laurens County manufacturing plant to boost capacity and serve new automotive customers.
Uber's legal maneuver has prompted the S.C. Public Service Commission to cancel a hearing that was scheduled for Thursday to address Uber’s status in South Carolina.
CertusBank has received letters of intent from two companies interested in buying the mortgage and wealth management divisions the bank is selling as part of an ongoing restructuring effort.
Department of Energy (DOE) primary contractor Savannah River Nuclear Solutions (SRNS) has signed a multi-year contract with US&S of Greenville as part of the expansion of the Savannah River Site’s Mentor-Protégé Program to include long-term contracts.