The company is investing $50 million into the 135,000-square-foot Piedmont facility, which will employ 100 people in research and development and manufacturing.
Just as a new generation wants more tangible results from its charitable giving, some investors are looking for a return on investment that’s less concrete than money.
But no money has been set aside for construction
With a Michelin plant a few miles down the road from the airport and other large companies in the area, terminal updates could help attract more corporate flights to Anderson.
Greenville Health System is beginning the process of updating its master plan for the facilities at Greenville Memorial Medical Campus.
Spartanburg-based Synalloy Corp. acquired seamless carbon pipe distributor Specialty Pipe & Tube Inc. for $31.5 million.
IBM, the University of South Carolina and Fluor Corporation last week announced the formation of the Center for Applied Innovation, which is expected to create 100 new jobs over the next five years.
Companies with gender-diverse boards fare financially better than all-male boards, but nearly 47 percent of public South Carolina companies surveyed had all-male boards.
This week, the “Yeah, THAT Greenville” marketing campaign and VisitGreenvilleSC won top honors at the ninth annual WOMMY Awards held in Hollywood.
The home of David and Hallie McCuen on Augusta Street is thought to have been constructed around 1919. Today the area is no longer considered country. McDonald’s occupies the site of the former McCuen home.
The Alley Greenville, a music, bowling and entertainment venue slated for the former Handlebar property at 304 E. Stone Ave., got the green light to move forward from the Greenville Board of Zoning Appeals – but with conditions.
iMAGINE Upstate gathered about 50 members of the community together last week to put their minds to work in a brainstorming session.
Zippy Shell offers storage and moving solutions
The annual award is presented for a commitment to the advancement of technology and the betterment of the South Carolina community.
Conclusion of a two-part series on the future of mobile payments
Startup entrepreneurs are on a mission of customer discovery, not yet one of execution. As individuals and as a community, we need a vibrant, robust startup culture supporting entrepreneurs leading transformational change, or we risk being overwhelmed by it.
Peter Barth’s path to headmaster of a phalanx of accelerator hopefuls and code school teachers and managers isn’t one onlookers would expect.
South Carolina – and just about all of America – lacks a ready-and-available workforce pipeline to sustain momentum and ensure our competitiveness in the global economy. It’s a big, complex challenge, with no silver-bullet solutions. It’s one we need to fix together.
Tuttle had just become the first (and so far only) Clemson athlete to make the cover of Sports Illustrated – it showed him catching the winning touchdown pass against Nebraska in his final game. And now, 33 years later, Tuttle’s SI cover continues to open doors for him and the motivational work he does for others.
Now that the construction work has officially begun on the new Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR) One Research Drive building, it’s time to start filling it up with tenants.