Denny's President and CEO John Miller said customers helped the family-dining chain set a new benchmark during its 2016 fundraiser and bring its six-year total to $4.3 million in support of the campaign that seeks to end childhood hunger in America.
The Cliffs said it plans to introduce a new mobile phone platform this year that will allow members to book tee times, make dining reservations, register for events, order takeout food on the golf course, order boat dock transport to a clubhouse, and perform other functions.
Major carpet and mat makers are testing the people-sensing material now, and Sencorables expects to begin selling its product for the first time in less than 60 days.
BANDWAGON raises more than $300,000 in latest fundraising round. The company plans to expand to all Power Five conference schools.
Germany-based wheel and tire manufacturer will set up operations in a 150,000-square-foot facility that will be constructed at Hillside Enterprise Park in Duncan. Sources said the multimillion-dollar project could create more than 100 jobs.
Construction workers were busy Monday building out the 1,620-square-foot space at Hillcrest shopping center that will house the new eatery owned and operated by franchisee Arthur Francis “A.F.” Rodgers IV.
Also known as CEO fraud, whaling is a new and very successful high-stakes cyberscam that preys on a vulnerability every business has, regardless of IT acumen or budget — human nature.
A major mixed-use commercial project is part of the $100 million Laurens Road redevelopment effort Verdae Development Inc. announced in 2014 for 30 acres of retail, 70 acres of residential, a new park, and trails connecting to the GHS Swamp Rabbit Trail.
Under the “yarn forward” rule, Mexican cut-and-sew operations must use fabric with yarn manufactured in the NAFTA region in order to gain duty-free access to the U.S. market. And that incentivizes them to buy fabric from highly-efficient U.S. mills, many of them in the Carolinas, instead of from Asian mills.
County officials are instructing developers to include in their proposals a plan for building a 250,000-square-foot office building to house county operations and replace the former shopping center building at County Square that houses them now.
T-shirts and other apparel have long been a medium used to display one’s personality, interests, and passions, but high-quality city-focused apparel is a niche that is just beginning to take off.
Owners plan to focus future marketing on more tangible efforts in the community, including the Hub City Farmer's Market and a new city park.
The measure includes long-term funding and governance reform. The bill will be added to House legislative calendar for debate in coming weeks.
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The second Menkoi location in Greenville opens at 241-B N. Main St. across from NOMA Square.
JHM Hotels plans a facility at 1408 Boiling Springs Road. But the project concerns some residents, who fear an adverse traffic impact.
Pete Weisman, owner and architect of Corporate Center, said he has received grading permits for two buildings totaling 111,500 square feet.
Greenville-based technology products provider delivers "strong bottom-line results," CEO says. Net sales decline to $904.8 million.
WalletHub analysis finds Texas likely to be most affected, Alaska least affected. President Donald Trump's planned border wall sparks concerns about possible trade battle.
National Solar Jobs Census finds solar employment increased in 44 of the 50 states, grew by 25 percent nationwide.