South Carolina banks had another healthy run in 2013.
The hotel business in downtown Charleston is giving thanks and waving goodbye to its first big swell of guests this year.
The $1.5 billion sale of MeadWestvaco's real estate holdings, including a big swath of South Carolina timberland, came full circle Wednesday.
Firetruck manufacturer American LaFrance once again has evacuated the building.
The Lowcountry's expanding technology market can add another firm to the lineup.
Some South Carolina accountants have learned the hard way that the early bird does indeed get the worm.
Like horns on a bull, the numbers all pointed in the same direction - up - for shares of South Carolina's publicly traded companies in 2013, ...
The Nucor mill in rural Huger is taking a rare breather from the hot, noisy business of melting and recycling jagged piles of scrap steel.
The banking business in South Carolina continues to regain its strength.
Contrary to previous and repeated public pronouncements, Boeing Co. won't be buying a big parcel of land near its 787 campus at Charleston ...
The federal government’s balky new online health care apparatus is catching its fair share of flak.
I t’s not every day, or every decade, even, that Charleston lands a billion-dollar real estate deal.
It wasn’t that long ago that Boeing went all-in and placed a bold, calculated bet on South Carolina.
The latest fixation in the economic development game is the relentless pursuit of innovative employers and the higher-paying “knowledge- ...
Hardly anyone’s rooting against the residential real estate recovery.
The proposed sale of Charleston’s ABC station is generating some static within the TV industry.
Rarely a pleasure, flying commercial was disrupted forever on that senseless, sunny morning 12 years ago Wednesday.
It’s high-profile, high-dollar real estate. It’s in the shadow of the Ravenel Bridge on the East Cooper side. It’s just a glance ...
Santee Cooper just borrowed $1.34 billion, a record amount for a public agency in South Carolina.
The proposed sale of Charleston’s ABC affiliate has the whiff of a late-summer rerun.
A company from the nation’s heartland has checked out of the local hotel business.
The bulls in the hotel business have the tourist-soaked Charleston peninsula pretty much staked out.
For the first time in nearly 80 years, First Federal Bank opened for business Friday morning under a different owner.
Santee Cooper is heading to Wall Street. Its mission, in layman’s terms, is to refinance part of its mortgage and take out a home equity loan, ...
Wednesday is Election Day, Wall Street-style.