We generally utilize about 10 percent of any application, service, or platform at our disposal — typically using only those functions that we see at the top layer.
Former chief of inspections Johnny Wasson worked with developers to build a better downtown Greenville.
Verizon exec Krista Bourne shares her thoughts on "making it count."
Nearly half of all workers in a recent survey fear losing their jobs to artificial intelligence systems. The future is closer than we think.
Before you make any commitments, and especially once you get a term sheet, call your lawyer.
Today, Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart employs more than 800 attorneys in 52 offices across the country and in five foreign countries.
To give your customers what they want, you've got to hear what they're asking for.
Revelations and calls to action from the Shaping Our Future Growth Alternatives Analysis.
Telemedicine is advancing worldwide, and SC is no exception.
If you’re not ready for 2040, you’re already behind in your diversity efforts, says an exec with Management Leadership for Tomorrow.
The world is being changed by technology, and yet only a tiny percentage of the designers and developers of those changes are women. Pushing the needle requires a cultural change.
If you want your community to flourish, then start making. Or encourage those around you to start making. There is a new future that will be made by hands.
Growing a digital-first publication from the ground up
What Eugenia Duke started 100 years ago by selling sandwiches to WWI soldiers has spread into a regional food empire.
High growth or scalability? Investable or loanable? Complexity or simplicity? And most importantly: How do you define success?
Last week’s massive global ransomware attack is making hundreds of thousands WannaCry.
Jansen Kent Tidmore, a leader of the turnaround of downtown Dothan, Ala., has taken the reins of Spartanburg's new Downtown Development Partnership.
Sometimes, it's OK to repeat yourself.
Tip: Thinking that you have “enough,” or knowing you don’t, isn’t reason for not maintaining a budget.
How revitalizing a brand saved the family-owned Lowes Foods.