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Lockheed may move F-16 production to Greenville

BREAKING NEWS | Lockheed Martin Corp. will move production of its F-16 fighter jet to Greenville if the U.S. government authorizes the company to sell up to 19 of the aircraft to the government of Bahrain, according to the defense contractor’s top local executive.

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Macy’s owned Bluemercury to open in Greenville’s ‘pink building’

RETAIL AND HOSPITALITY | The downtown storefront known in Greenville as the “pink building” on the corner of West North and Main streets is getting a blue makeover, but just on the inside.

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Ahead in the Cloud

COVER STORY | Immedion, Integral Solutions Group, Net3, and Servosity are among the Upstate companies reaching new heights in cloud services.

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Some questions to ask before you pick a cloud provider

DIGITAL MAVEN | Since most of us are not technical by nature, the language of the cloud, the companies that thrive in it, and even your own IT staff may seem foreign. Still, it is important that you understand the business need that you are filling and how each cloud company will support and protect your business.

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Some questions to ask before you pick a cloud provider

Since most of us are not technical by nature, the language of the cloud, the companies that thrive in it, and even your own IT staff may seem foreign. Still, it is important that you understand the business need that you are filling and how each cloud company will support and protect your business. Keep Reading Some questions to ask before you pick a cloud provider
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Ahead in the Cloud

Immedion, Integral Solutions Group, Net3, and Servosity are among the Upstate companies reaching new heights in cloud services. Keep Reading Ahead in the Cloud
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OPINION: A new border tax would dampen Hispanic-owned business growth

"The Border Adjustment Tax (BAT) was introduced to promote American jobs and products, but the proposed 20 percent hike on imported goods will be an increase that many businesses simply can’t afford. The options available to adapt to the BAT are not good: pass the costs along to customers, downsize, or close doors altogether." Keep Reading OPINION: A new border tax would dampen Hispanic-owned business growth