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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Cline opens new service center in North Charleston

Greenville-based Cline Hose & Hydraulics, a provider of service and repair for hoses and hydraulics, is opening a new retail service center in North Charleston

Joe Erwin announces retirement from Erwin Penland

Joe Erwin, founder of Erwin Penland, announced on Monday his retirement from the company, effective Dec. 31, but he’s not slowing down.

BREAKING: WYNIT Distribution bringing HQ, 111 jobs to One Building

The new headquarters will occupy 57,000 square feet of office space on three floors of the ONE Building, where WYNIT plans to employ 200 people during the next several years. The company is relocating its headquarters from North Syracuse, N.Y., to Greenville, where WYNIT will house its customer service, purchasing, finance, marketing, logistics and parts of its IT teams.

BREAKING: Greenville again misses out on federal TIGER grant

The City of Greenville, Greenville County and Greenlink transit had applied for $12-$14 million to transform the Greenlink system from a local to a regional system with 10 electric buses, express routes and extended service hours.

Clemson alumni pledge $1.7M for entrepreneurs

The group formed the Spiro Founder Society, which offers to match, up to $1.7 million, all donations made to the Arthur M. Spiro Institute for Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Uber is legal in SC again

Although Uber never stopped operating in South Carolina after the Public Service Commission (PSC) gave the company a cease-and-desist order earlier this month, the company can operate legally again in the state.

Community leader, conservationist Tommy Wyche dies

Wyche, who joined the law firm founded by his father in 1949, built a reputation as a brilliant lawyer and a civic-minded leader who worked strategically and diligently on a project until it came to fruition.

Uber will continue to operate in Greenville despite state ‘cease and...

Ridesharing service Uber is still offering its services in the City of Greenville despite a “cease and desist” order from the state Thursday.

November unemployment rate stays the same in SC

The unemployment rate in South Carolina stayed at 6.7 percent in November, according to a report released today by the Department of Employment and Workforce (DEW).

Clemson wins $1 million gift for lifelong learning

The Bernard Osher Foundation has awarded a $1 million gift to Clemson University’s Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI), a continuing education and membership program for older adults.

Erwin Penland hooks L.L. Bean win

Effective immediately, Erwin Penland will serve as L.L. Bean’s agency for digital, retail and creative, and will also assist with marketing strategy.

District board severs employment of Bon Secours Wellness Arena GM

About three weeks after unveiling renovations at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, president and general manager Roger Newton has left the post.

Greenville News publisher to retire in October

Steve Brandt, president and publisher of the Greenville News since 1993, will retire effective Oct. 31, the newspaper announced Friday.

4th patient linked to GHS infection dies

Officials trace the source of the mycobacterium abscessus infection that has affected 15 so far to tap water.

Ride-sharing service Uber not legal here, says state agency

The Office of Regulatory Staff has filed a petition with the state’s Public Service Commission stating that it is illegal for Uber to operate in South Carolina.

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