For the first time in three years, the Charleston peninsula will have three full-service supermarkets when the new Publix opens Wednesday in the developing WestEdge building at Lockwood Drive and Spring Street.
A North Carolina grocery store chain is beefing up many of its South Carolina supermarkets, including 15 in the Charleston area.
A few feet away from where HBO is filming a new comedy series at Citadel Mall, a different kind of production group is setting up shop.
Ninety-one years and several moves later, the family-owned Fox Music House continues to flourish, celebrating its grand opening in a 22,000-square-foot former Salvation Army building at 4248 Dorchester Road in North Charleston.
The Charleston region's second Krispy Kreme restaurant looks more like a reality.
On the heels of J.C. Penney's latest retrenchment, three other national chains announced plans to darken nearly 450 locations as the shakeout of the brick-and-mortar retail business continues.
More closings are expected next year, a company executive said Thursday.
Another Charleston-area Chick-fil-A is redoing its roost, driving chicken sandwich lovers to other already-busy locations during the makeover.
Charleston has lots of national merchants setting up shop in the downtown area, and soon it will have an affiliate of an international retailer.
Holland Williams walked out of the preview party for the annual Junior League of Charleston's Whale of a Sale in the late 1990s and noticed people camping out.
The Charleston peninsula's third supermarket will make its debut next month.
A 161-year-old New England lifestyle-brand retailer known for its upper-crust outdoors sporting gear is looking at downtown Charleston for its third signature store in South Carolina.
Struggling supermarket chain Southeastern Grocers confirmed a new round of closings Thursday, including its last Bi-Lo store in Mount Pleasant and nine others across South Carolina.
A Florida-based supermarket chain is adding three more organic stores, including a second one in South Carolina.
A Charleston-based convenience store chain will expand sixfold under a new business partnership.
Big Lots is about to make a big move in near Charleston.
Payless Inc. and its North American subsidiaries have filed for bankruptcy protection, with the discount shoe retailer saying it plans to close its 2,500 stores in North America by the end of May.
Payless ShoeSource is the latest retailer set to hang up its cleats amid the so-called retail apocalypse.
A big-box home improvement retailer is about to lose its lock on the high-growth Mount Pleasant market as its biggest rival encroaches on its turf.
A slice of a longtime Connecticut pizzeria is headed to the Lowcountry.
An owner of two longtime Charleston retail fishing and accessories stores is reeling in the brick-and-mortar sites to try to lure in online shoppers.
A national clothing store chain geared at young women will close nearly 100 stores, including one in the Charleston region and two others in South Carolina, after filing for bankruptcy protection.
Church's Chicken downtown Charleston location quietly closed its doors a few weeks ago for the second time in less than a year.
The state estimates it could be out $500 million by 2021 if it can't force the online retail giant to collect on goods sold on its website by other merchants.
A month after an automobile auction pulled out of Dorchester County, another with an all-digital sales strategy has opened.
An upscale Italian-Mexican restaurant that replaced a longtime Mexican diner in Mount Pleasant three years ago is turning out the lights.
The work is being turned over to a third-party operator by mid-February "to drive efficiencies in our delivery network and improve service to customers," a spokeswoman said.
While a couple of clothing stores recently announced their departure from downtown Charleston, a new national apparel retailer will open this week.
During World War II, when rationing was common and merchandise was in short supply, Anne Friedman's cousin in New York shipped damaged women's clothing to Charleston where Friedman repaired th…
An upscale, waterfront restaurant in Mount Pleasant is now operating under new ownership following a $7 million buyout deal.
A locally based cider-making company plans to add a new location in North Charleston's Old Village.
A large downtown Charleston retail space soon will sit empty.
Children's clothing retailer Gymboree will shutter all of its stores, including a handful in South Carolina, after filing for bankruptcy protection for the second time in as many years.
The appetites of those hungry for a second Krispy Kreme doughnut shop in the Charleston region are closer to being filled.
Downtown Charleston soon will be left without a traditional mom-and-pop hardware store.
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Glasspro, a Mount Pleasant-based chain of automotive glass repair stores, was sold last week. Safelite, the largest auto glass company in the U.S., secured the sale of Glasspro's 11 South Carolina locations.
A nearly 90-year-old Goose Creek-based designer, importer and distributor of lamps and residential lighting systems has been sold, but its operations will remain in the Charleston region.
For nearly a century, bedding and other furnishings once beckoned customers into the former Morris Sokol Furniture showroom in downtown Charleston.
A Charleston-area institution is driving into the sunset after a quarter century.
A Johns Island supermarket is set for a big makeover in the new year.
No one can predict with certainty what the economy will do in 2019, but this much is clear: The groundwork is in place for an active and memorable year in business.
The makeover of another Chick-fil-A in the Charleston region is in the offing.
NEW YORK — Amazon is expanding its airplane fleet, diminishing further its reliance on major delivery services like UPS, FedEx and the U.S. Postal Service.
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In a deal oozing with luxury, one of the largest, priciest and best-known hotels and business-meeting destinations in South Carolina is changing hands.
A longtime Charleston-area restaurant shut off its burners one last time last week without much prior notice and little fanfare, but the site won't stay dark very long.
For thousands of former Piggly Wiggly Carolina workers anticipating a portion of the $8.7 million payout settlement from a lawsuit, the checks are not in the mail and they won't be by Christmas.
A longtime Charleston-area restaurant shut off its burners one last time Thursday without much prior notice and little fanfare.