The list of tenants coming to a developing shopping center on the edge of Charleston continues to grow.
Six months after buying a rural Berkeley County parcel for a future grocery store, a Pee Dee-based food distributor and supermarket owner has planted a stake on the outskirts of Moncks Corner …
The nation's largest retailer is joining the caravan of companies offering grocery delivery in the Charleston market.
The last former Kmart space in the Charleston region will soon see a lot more action than the old blue light specials.
It's a sign of the times in North Charleston.
Jordan Jackson of Hanahan will be the youngest business owner at Northwoods Mall.
Armada Hoffler Properties of Virginia Beach said it has "a below-market option" to buy the 148,000-square-foot Nexton Square in Summerville once it's completed.
Getting groceries faster and easier just got turned up a notch in Charleston, but it comes at a cost.
When Sears filed for bankruptcy last week, it was the most vivid reminder yet of how far the pioneering retailer has fallen.
A longtime quirky furniture and antique shop in Mount Pleasant is set to turn off the lights one last time.
NEW YORK — Sears Holdings filed for bankruptcy protection Monday, with plans to shutter 142 unprofitable stores in the hopes that it can stay in business.
Beyond the out-of-season blooming Bradford pears and behind the boardwalk overlooking a pond with a not-so-shy turtle waiting for a treat, Kim Dannelly sits with family members sipping a mimos…
After 10 years of growing their holdings, the owners and founders of a Charleston-based gourmet market and cafe have trimmed down.
A French cosmetics company is bringing its first U.S. skincare salon to the Charleston area with plans to open three more next year.
A North Charleston outdoor apparel maker is angling to expand.
A national fast-food burger chain plans to open a new restaurant in Goose Creek.
Sears was once the retail icon that touted "Where America Shops."
A new owner is now at the wheel of Sonic Drive-In restaurants.
Through Friday, the S.C. Attorney General's office reported 118 allegations of overpricing by businesses across the state during the Hurricane Florence period.
A premium cooler company that's swept the nation in recent years is bringing a store to downtown Charleston.
The Charleston region's newest kitchenware and food emporium is now serving the Lowcountry.
Walmart barricaded its doors early Sept. 11 for Hurricane Florence. Target did not. Harris Teeter closed late Wednesday. Publix stayed open until late Friday afternoon.
Publix Super Markets said it will close all of its locations in the Charleston region stores at 5 p.m. on Friday.
Jennifer Thayer, a top manager at Lowe's Co., has worked through so many hurricanes for the home improvement chain that coworkers kid her about the storms following her around.
Boarded-up businesses, disassembled billboards and clog-free roads greeted Charleston area residents still in town Wednesday.
King Street Cookies has sweetened many a tooth at its downtown Charleston store and new kiosk at Charleston International Airport.
If you are running short on hurricane supplies, one Charleston-area membership store is offering to help — and it's still open Wednesday.
Stacks of wooden pallets and bundles of cardboard boxes blocked the entrances to Walmart stores Tuesday throughout the Charleston region.
Water, batteries, milk and bread seemed to still be in stock at most stores, but some shelves started to look thin early Monday.
For more than three decades, Berlin's Restaurant Supply was a key go-to place for local dining establishments, hotels and others with commercial kitchens to shop for convection ovens, fryers a…
A retailer is the first national apparel chain in recent memory to try on upper King Street in downtown Charleston, a nod to the increased foot traffic in the rapidly changing part of the city.
A federal judge ruled Friday the settlement of up to $8.7 million for former employees of Piggly Wiggly Carolina is fair. The money will be split by as many as 6,600 ex-workers, who should start receiving payouts based on losses by mid-fall.
Apparel retailer H&M is opening a third store in Greater Charleston Sept. 6.
Donut king Krispy Kreme now has a little competition in West Ashley.
The shelves are almost completely stocked, a last dab of paint is drying here and there and workers are scurrying about tidying up the new Whole Foods Market in West Ashley ahead of its grand …
Online retail juggernaut Amazon is making moves to get products to customers faster.
Charleston's newest supermarket will open on Wednesday, three years after announcing it was expanding to West Ashley.
The change won't take effect immediately for Kroger's Palmetto State supermarkets.
The Pig continues to nudge its way back into the Charleston region.
Restaurant-rich Charleston will welcome a new huge player in the food distribution business next month.
NEW YORK — Walmart raised its financial outlook for the year after beating Wall Street's expectations for its fiscal second quarter and seeing the strongest growth in more than a decade in sal…
NEW YORK (AP) — J.C. Penney reported a bigger-than-expected loss in its fiscal second quarter as a key sales metric fell well short of Wall Street's view. The department store operator also cu…
South Carolinians could pay more while shopping online starting Oct. 1, just in time for the holiday shopping season.
A new mixed-use commercial center of 13 buildings with retail and restaurant components could be on the way to the growing Charleston suburb of Johns Island.
South Carolina Electric & Gas is closing most of its remaining customer service offices around the state, including three in the Charleston area.
The makers of the Big Mac are making a big investment in South Carolina.
Joseph Harold Sokol, longtime owner of the former Morris Sokol Furniture Co. and a leader in the Jewish community, died Friday after a short battle with cancer. He was 86.
Monkee's will welcome customers at 10 a.m. at 1421 Shucker Circle, Suite 1114, in Oyster Park off Ben Sawyer Boulevard.
After a century in downtown Charleston, a prominent retailer is setting up a suburban outpost.
Mothers, fathers, even whole families grabbed a cart and formed a queue stretching to the edge of the parking area before the 8 a.m. opening Wednesday.