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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Peer-to-peer leadership transforms inmates

Self-managed, objectively accountable, peer-based leadership. It seems like an ideal structure — which makes it all the more remarkable that it originated in prison. “The...

Small business has big impact on economic mobility in Greenville

By Brent Warwick A vital concern for any community that desires to thrive is the ability of residents to improve their economic status or that...

Getting noticed: Media coverage requires hard work, thoughtful research

By Michele Sobota Many people think that publicity is just for big names and big companies. The truth is, you don’t need to own...

It’s important to understand potential legal pitfalls of short-term rentals

By Josh Lonon Wyche Law Firm Nationwide, listings for short-term rentals on marketplaces such as Airbnb continue to grow, especially in destination hot spots like Greenville....

Reid Sherard works for children affected by events out of their...

Reid Sherard is an advocate for children who are affected by events out of their control — in his professional life as a family law attorney at Nelson Mullins and in his volunteer work on the board of A Child’s Haven.

Upstate diversity leaders recognized at award dinner

The event honoring individuals and organizations for diversity and inclusion efforts was presented by the Greenville Chamber and the Riley Institute at Furman University with partner Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce.

J M Smith announces workforce ‘realignment’ at QS/1 division

Spartanburg-based J M Smith Corp. has announced a “realignment” of its software subsidiary QS/1 Data Systems’ workforce. J M Smith Corp., which is the third-largest...

Boutique bowling alley concept planned for downtown Spartanburg

Sean McEnroe, co-owner of the former Kimbrell’s Furniture building at 127 W. Main St., said Friday, March 23, the eight-lane bowling alley and event center capable of accommodating 200 to 400 people will be operated by a team led by Howard Dozier, co-owner of Greenville’s Stone Pin Company.

Cultivating courage is essential for entrepreneurs

The Commerce Club, which is both a symbol of and active site for Greenville’s business community, was the perfect setting for a luncheon that celebrated the accomplishments of four African-American-owned companies.

Too often in business, we choose the path of imitation to...

By Brent Warwick, partner, ipsoCreative In many ways, the web is one of the most paradoxical realms of business — and life. On the one...

The gatekeepers, technicians, and cheerleaders – these 3 figures will boost...

By Jennifer Oladipo, owner, X Editorial  How does the marketing process usually work in your organization? Maybe it goes roughly like this: Leadership decides (or maybe...

InvestSouth aquires Interim HealthCare of Greenville

The acquisition became effective Jan. 1, according to a news release. Interim HealthCare of Greenville provides home health, hospice, and personal care services across six...

Steve Sellery named executive director of BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by...

In a press release announcing the appointment, Bob Nitto, president of BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation, cited Sellery's past experience as director of sports marketing at the Golf Channel and director of event marketing and partnerships at The Cliffs.

Scott Clark will succeed Pete Selleck as chairman and president of...

Michelin Group announced Tuesday, Dec. 19, Scott Clark will succeed Pete Selleck as chairman and president of Greenville-based Michelin North America. The French tiremaker announced...

‘An Industrial Powerhouse’

The chapter has long been closed on the Upstate’s reign as a textile hub. But manufacturing, which has been vital to the region’s economic growth...

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