Upstate Business Journal
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Catching up with Perry Tuttle

COVER STORY | Former Clemson and pro football standout still scoring points in a different way

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Colliers to provide leasing for CU-ICAR project

REAL ESTATE | Colliers will provide marketing and brokerage services for the four-story, $14 million, 82,000-square-foot multi-tenant facility.

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Rick Erwin’s West End Grille named to Top 100

RETAIL AND HOSPITALITY | Rick Erwin’s West End Grille has been named a winner of OpenTable Diners’ Choice Awards for the Top 100 Steakhouses in America.

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Sugar is magic ingredient for Clemson scientist’s self-healing polymers

TECH AND DESIGN | [VIDEO] Previously, polymers needed ultraviolet light to heal. Now chemical reactions between sugar, carbon dioxide and water in the air can occur without sunlight.

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Mayor wins inaugural Carroll Campbell award

MANAGEMENT | Greenville Mayor Knox White was presented with the inaugural Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Vision in Leadership Award at the Palmetto Policy Council’s VisionSC conference on Monday.

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Greenville business loses out on ‘The Profit’

RETAIL AND HOSPITALITY | The Greenville coffee roaster West End Coffee Company was recently featured on the “The Profit” on CNBC.

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ImpactInvesting

‘Impact investing’ buzzing in SC

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. Keep Reading ‘Impact investing’ buzzing in SC
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Home of David and Hallie McCuen

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. Keep Reading Home of David and Hallie McCuen
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The Alley gets green light – with conditions

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. Keep Reading The Alley gets green light – with conditions
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Find the bright spots, and keep entrepreneurs in the Upstate

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. Keep Reading Find the bright spots, and keep entrepreneurs in the Upstate
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PeterBarth

Peter Barth keeps playing to win

Peter Barth’s path to headmaster of a phalanx of accelerator hopefuls and code school teachers and managers isn’t one onlookers would expect. Keep Reading Peter Barth keeps playing to win
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Working together to fix workforce pipeline

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. Keep Reading Working together to fix workforce pipeline
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Catching up with Perry Tuttle

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. Keep Reading Catching up with Perry Tuttle
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Colliers to provide leasing for CU-ICAR project

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. Keep Reading Colliers to provide leasing for CU-ICAR project