Greenville's mayor has played a direct yet largely unacknowledged role in helping foreign companies establish their operations in the Upstate.
The completion of Project WINGSPAN introduces a new era at GSP, but the airport is keeping its eyes on the horizon.
Legally still Erwin Penland, the 31-year-old advertising and marketing firm changed its public name to EP+Co. the same week it moved from 125 E. Broad St. to 39,000 square feet of office space across three floors at 110 E. Court St.
The City of Greenville Design Review Board Urban Panel reviewed during its May meeting applications for certificates of appropriateness for Diner 24’s exterior signage, the Grand Bohemian Hotel, and Markley Place condominium development.
A flurry of downtown development brings the sparkle back to Spartanburg.
Crawford Strategy’s CEO leads her team to set its sights beyond Greenville
A familiar face in the Greenville business community has a new job leading the technology business of a regional accounting firm.
Immedion, Integral Solutions Group, Net3, and Servosity are among the Upstate companies reaching new heights in cloud services.
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.
The South Carolina Biotechnology Industry Organization named Sam Konduros, a business leader and biomedical and economic development consultant, as the new president and CEO of the statewide not-for-profit entity.
M. Judson, which opened in June 2015, has built not just one niche as the only bookstore featuring new titles downtown, but maybe a half dozen niches.
Not just a college town anymore, the city is nurturing a startup culture, attracting and keeping entrepreneurs — and feeling its growing pains
The Clemson entrepreneurs behind Recovr help stroke survivors with a video game.
Through its creation and ongoing preservation, will dramatically improve the quality of life in and around the Upstate — and possibly attain national recognition, supporters say.
The two-lane connector would give motorists new ways of getting to popular destinations along Woodruff Road without having to drive on the notoriously congested retail corridor itself.