News last week that a COVID-19 vaccine has shown a 90 percent success rate in testing has buoyed hopes that the coronavirus pandemic might soon be under control, but getting that vaccine to pa…
A Charleston County mechanical engineering firm with some military know-how in its back pocket is in expansion mode.
The London-based electric vehicle maker says it will invest $46 million in a 'microfactory' to be located in Rock Hill
Three cranes that arrived at the Port of Charleston this week have joined two others that completed their journey last week.
More than 100 workers at this city's aging steel mill have been laid off in a move the Front Street plant's owner says is permanent, but neither the owner nor the union representing the idled employees are calling it quits.
Vigilent Labs said it will hire 400 people to produce FDA-approved test kits that can detect COVID-19 antibodies and antigens in 10 minutes or less.
The increased attention toward gaining retail cargo while maintaining a manufacturing customer base that helped the port double its business over the past decade was one of several initiatives outlined in this year's State of the Port speech outlining recent accomplishments and future goals.
Dockside Logistics said Tuesday it will invest $8.5 million into a logistics hub at the Winding Woods Commerce Park that will create 26 jobs over the next five years.
The state-owned utility has long argued that other customers would have to pick up the tab if Century were to buy all of its electricity on the open market. But, until now, it hasn't publicly put a dollar figure to that claim.
Left unchecked, the issue "could put us out of business overnight," says a Horry County grower, processor and retailer.
Port of Charleston land deals draw scrutiny from the State Fiscal Accountability Authority, which is supposed to provide financial oversight of the big-ticket projects that Palmetto State agencies undertake.
State regulators are considering an environmental permit that would let Walmart build a 3 million-square-foot import distribution center along Interstate 26 between Summerville and Ridgeville.
Federal judges are ruling that government-issued stay-at-home orders didn't create the physical damage insurance policies require.
For nearly a decade, liquor distiller Terressentia Corp. alleges in court documents, it former CEO "seriously mismanaged the company in many ways." Now, the CEO is fighting back.
The port has largely rebounded from sharp declines in cargo this spring due to global coronavirus fears and factory shutdowns.
Trade wars and the coronavirus pandemic aren't prompting companies to bring manufacturing back to the United States, as some expected, because supply chains in China and other Asian countries …
While this move to consolidate all 787 Dreamliner assembly in South Carolina will take months to plan, it's been years in the making.
The planemaker pays the Charleston County Aviation Authority $1 a year to lease the 214 acres that house its Dreamliner manufacturing campus.
The industry has somewhat benefited from the coronavirus pandemic because more people are staying at home and relying on e-commerce and delivery services, said one economist.
The head of the Federal Aviation Administration began a test flight of Boeing's revamped 737 Max jetliner on Wednesday as his agency considers whether to allow the plane to return to flight after two deadly crashes.
The authority's roughly 700 workers who are not a part of the executive team will share in a bonus pool of about $950,000 — or 1 percent of annual cash flow. The incentive plan was set before the fiscal year started, months before the pandemic's economic shock.
Two huge warehouses that will take trainloads of plastic pellets and package them for export to foreign countries will soon be sending shipments through the Port of Charleston.
The CDC's no-sail order for all U.S. cruise ships ends Sept. 30 and the health agency is using the public input to help gauge whether that order should be extended.
The company called the import charges "arbitrary and capricious" in a newly filed lawsuit.
The biggest jewel in the agency's real estate portfolio, waterfront property at Union Pier in downtown Charleston, could be on the market in two to three years.
All the environmental groups had to do at this stage of the lawsuit is allege plausible facts. Whether those allegations are true will be determined as the case proceeds and during trial.
RIDGELAND — Environmental groups threatened to sue a wood pellet factory on Tuesday, accusing it of releasing more than 100 tons of air pollution a year in violation of the Clean Air Act.
SKF says it's embarking on a $62 million investment plan designed to strengthen its competitiveness in the North American market.
Challenges from the pandemic and a subsequent coronavirus-induced recession come at the same time automakers are contending with costly restructuring and modernization efforts.
The Lineage Logistics expansion comes at a time of increased meat consumption in the U.S., with the USDA reporting red meat and poultry consumption hit a record 223.7 pounds per person in 2019.
Palmetto Railways is facing another lawsuit over construction of a cargo yard in North Charleston that nearby property owners say is devaluing their historic homes.
Sonny Perdue is on a mission to replace the limp lettuce and tasteless tomatoes often found on grocery store shelves with fresh, locally grown produce while reducing America's reliance on Mexico for much of that food.
A recent $62 billion contract to build 90 F-16 fighter jets is being touted as an important win for Lockheed Martin's campus in Greenville, which had just a handful of planes left in its order…
North Charleston-based chemical maker Ingevity Corp. has promoted its top finance executive to CEO and president in a move that takes effect Sept. 1.
John C. Fortson also will join the company's board of directors. Currently, he is executive vice president, chief financial officer and treasurer. Fortson will remain in those roles until a permanent replacement is hired.
A stack of unpaid invoices is the latest legal twist involving a freighter that spent more than four months anchored in Charleston Harbor with 21 homesick mariners on board.
Frontier Logistics wants a judge to put an end to a lawsuit over plastic pollution alleged to have come from the company's Union Pier site in downtown Charleston, saying environmental groups can't prove where the small pellets came from.
Carnival Cruise Line's Fantasy cruise ship, now 30 years old, has filed a voyage plan for Izmir, Turkey, which is home to one of the world's largest vessel scrapyards, according to a report by Cruise Radio News.
GFI Investors purchased the 563,154-square-foot building at 2550 W. 5th St. for $14.5 million.
'Some of these measures are temporary, but many are permanent, and as such will give us a leaner cost basis for the future,' interim CEO Rick Kelson said.
The coronavirus crisis hasn't slowed operations at Goose Creek metal fabricator W International, which plans to hire more than 100 workers in coming months to build fixtures and parts for the …
South Carolina has joined a field of seven states racing to take home a Canadian vehicle manufacturer's first U.S. assembly facility.
A Summerville plant that manufactures cement-based exterior siding and other products for the housing and commercial construction markets is being closed as part of a business restructuring pl…
A new North Charleston apartment complex sold recently for nearly $47 million while a 190,000-square-foot, speculative industrial building is on the rise on the edge of metro Charleston near Summerville.
Critics— including top Interior Department officials from Republican and Democratic administrations — say the proposed change could devastate threatened and endangered species and accelerate a bird population decline across North America since the 1970s.
The extended tax filing season is a relief for millions of people during the coronavirus crisis, but it will put a crimp in summer vacation plans for the many accountants who will be working well past July 4 this year to help clients meet the July 15 deadline.
Nikki Haley's resignation from the Boeing board of directors is less about ideology than political calculus.
The Japanese tire company filed a legal complaint this month with the state Public Service Commission, the agency that regulates investor-owned utilities in South Carolina.
Ingevity Corp. announced Thursday that D. Michael Wilson agreed to step down as CEO, president and director, effective immediately.
Liberty Steel Georgetown shut down the shop in September, saying it needs to invest $25 million to replace aging equipment as the mill hits the half-century mark. That work has yet to begin. Liberty says improvements are still on the way, but it has no specific timetable.
The goal of unifying the separately run businesses is to "accelerate financial and technological synergies."