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Knudt Flor (Photo: Business Wire)
Jul 12, 2024

Former BMW Manufacturing CEO to lead AESC’s South Carolina, US operations

The executive also recently served as distinguished professor of industry practice at the College of Charleston.

Sportsman Boats has named Brett Wilson as new chief operations officer. (Photo/Sportsman Boats)
Jul 11, 2024

Summerville boat manufacturer names new chief operating officer

The company began in 2011 with six employees and now has 450.

By The Way's menu will be comprised of about a dozen or so items. (Photo/Uptown Hospitality Group)
Jul 11, 2024

Downtown Charleston warehouse being transformed into restaurant

Uptown Hospitality Group is enlisting 'Southern Charm' influencers as consultants on the project.

Innovation will be the constant theme for this year's South Carolina Manufacturing Conference and Expo, set for Nov. 7-8 in Greenville. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jul 10, 2024

Content lineup set for annual South Carolina Manufacturing Conference and Expo

Innovation will be the constant theme for this year's event, set for Nov. 7-8 in Greenville.

Nearly 117,000 travelers descended on Charleston International Airport during the holiday, soaring to a new record. (Photo/Paul Warchol Photography)
Jul 10, 2024

Charleston International Airport breaks Fourth of July passenger record

Nearly 117,000 travelers descended on Charleston International Airport during the holiday.

Located at 997 Morrison Drive, Portside Technology recently expanded to two office spaces on the second and fifth floors of the Charleston Tech Center. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jul 10, 2024

Charleston tech company expansion to create nearly 100 jobs

Founded in 2020, the company services Charleston and surrounding areas with IT services and technology infrastructure.

network in rural Berkeley and Dorchester counties. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Jul 9, 2024

Berkeley, Dorchester counties to get internet upgrade with $9M funding boost

The project will expand the company's fiber network to almost 1,600 addresses, adding a total of 74 fiber miles.

For the partners’ first development in the Charleston region, Foundry Commercial and Oakwood Real Estate have sold the Dorchester Commerce Center. (Photo/Foundry Commercial)
Jul 8, 2024

534K-square-foot Charleston area commerce center sold

This transaction marks the partners’ first development in the Charleston metropolitan area.

Palmetto Proud will celebrate products made in The Palmetto State, and the companies that manufacture them.
Jul 8, 2024

Annual manufacturing conference unveils new made-in-South Carolina recognition program

Honorees will be recognized during a luncheon at the expo, which will feature a keynote speaker.

A packed house is not always enough to save a popular restaurant. Paw’s Diner was a stalwart local restaurant for 26 years where Clemson and Seneca meet at Lake Hartwell. Locals and lake visitors enjoyed hand-made favorites like burgers, meatloaf, fried chicken and banana pudding. (Photo/C. Brandon Nixon Jr.)
Jul 8, 2024

CLOSED: The end of Seneca diner illustrates restaurant industry struggle

Although restaurant openings remain robust across the Palmetto State, the rising cost of operating caused nearly 2,100 restaurants to close in 2023.

Jul 5, 2024

South Carolina’s food safety responsibilities now in new hands

Legislation in 2023 eliminated DHEC and redistributed its programs among other agencies …

Canadian Ambassador to the United States, Kirsten Hillman. (Photo/Canadian Ambassador's Office)
Jul 3, 2024

MAKING HISTORY: Inside South Carolina and Canada’s $5B trade relationship

Canadian Ambassador to the United States, Kirsten Hillman, recently sat down with SC Biz News to discuss the investments of Canadian companies into South Carolina.