Charleston-based cloud software company Benefitfocus hopes to add thousands of customers to its platform by opening up to workers in the gig economy.
A Charleston technology CEO facing an onslaught of lawsuits from the government and debt collectors filed for bankruptcy. "Supporting my family was my main priority," he said.
A Charleston startup wants to guide companies to making their websites accessible to people with disabilities, an issue that begs attention amid a wave of lawsuits.
Some local governments are complaining that the fast-approaching transition has stripped them of their rights to regulate the use of public right-of-ways.
Engage Talent is being acquired by Workforce Logiq, a workforce management company that plans to expand the newly acquired company's Charleston operations.
Tenants have a move-in date for the latest addition to the emerging WestEdge development, and the renter with the penthouse suite will be a year-old life sciences startup.
Benefitfocus Inc. wants to add as many choices to its benefits platform as possible to keep employees healthy, and now it wants to help companies develop those options.
Facebook's latest foes: nearly every state in the nation, including South Carolina.
Blackbaud Inc. held its big customer conference last week in Nashville, where it announced it's gaining ground in the church market by expanding the availability of one of its software tools.
Earlier this year, the price of common shares of Benefitfocus, a publicly traded benefits software company based on Daniel Island, hit a five-year high. But by the beginning of October, shares had tanked to a low point.
Resy is familiar to most people booking a table from their phones. The company chose Charleston, where the restaurant scene is central to the city's identity, for its first brick-and-mortar office outside of New York.
Natalist launched Aug. 27 with an office on Daniel Island, where it recently struck a sales deal with a nearby tech employer.
Companies are increasingly adopting policies around working from home. Given more freedom, some of the workforce has flocked South.
As a Charleston tech CEO's jury trial approaches, his attorney is arguing a federal judge should dismiss his case because it is impossible to own what he is accused of stealing.
The extra few dollars will be built into rides to the airport in each of the platforms' mobile apps. The transportation companies charge the passenger for the fee, then pay the airport its dues in turn.
PhishLabs' research shows it is still a minority of attacks that occur on social media. Given most people access these sites from their mobile phones, however, the threats are sometimes harder to see.
Effective Tuesday, 85 percent of Comcast's customers in Charleston should see faster internet after the cable and internet giant made improvements for its slower-speed plans.
An e-commerce firm founded in Charleston and acquired two years ago went west for its latest purchase.
The extra $3.50 surcharge would be among the heftiest in the Carolinas if it is approved.
A Mount Pleasant technology company has been quietly yet diligently raising capital on the premise of safeguarding workers from the threat of violence and other on-the-job safety hazards.
A new Forbes list puts a Charleston technology executive in the company of Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos and Mark Zuckerberg in a ranking of the most innovative leaders in the country.
The judge who presided over South Carolina's tax-collection victory over Amazon.com didn't have to plow much new ground in navigating the legal thicket.
Gotcha, which runs a platform that allows users to pay to ride its fleet of electric vehicles, is among Charleston's fastest-growing tech companies of the year.
A South Carolina judge upheld a decision by the S.C. Department of Revenue that Amazon.com owes sales tax on goods that outside merchants listed on the retailer’s website for part of 2016.
South Carolina is among the 50 states and U.S. territories that launched a formal investigation Monday into what they called "potential monopolistic behavior" by internet giant Google.
A dozen emergency departments in the area connect through this exchange, called the Carolina eHealth Alliance. Patients must give permission for their information to be shared.
When Hurricane Dorian crawled through Charleston last week, power outages were inevitable. Luckily, some area residents who still had access to the internet could get free health care visits f…
A supplement maker from Idaho found a surprising challenge in its efforts to hire the nearly 300 employees it needed in South Carolina.
Berkeley County wants residents to download an app on their phones called TestIT to help the county obtain funding for communication projects.
Twenty employees have quit. Dozens of customers have left. The two floors of office space on East Bay Street are in foreclosure, and vendors are owed $2.5 million. But, for now, the lights are still on at Micfo.
A new company by and for millennial women is selling fertility products as a subscription and launched Tuesday in Charleston.
A strike of 20,000 telecommunications workers across the Southeast has engulfed 1,000 AT&T employees in South Carolina.
Signs are going up around town advertising locations available on the Hah Parking app. The local tech startup developed a platform to list privately owned parking spaces.
A network of South Carolina-based pain treatment clinics is closing after five of its former employees "blew the whistle" and alleged an elaborate scheme to cheat federal health insurance programs.
Daniel Island-based software firm Benefitfocus expects to make $5 million less this year in profits than it originally predicted, the firm's leadership told investors in a call last week.
In a pocket of office space at a downtown technology accelerator, a company within a company is growing.
Daniel Island-based Blackbaud Inc, posted strong second-quarter results Tuesday and assured investors more growth is coming down the line.
More than half of South Carolina's adult population could be eligible to claim part of a settlement between credit-reporting company Equifax and the U.S. government.
Strapped for space and looking for a way to showcase its high-tech workplace wares, The Office People is spending $2 million to renovate a former movie theater into its new North Charleston he…
Gotcha has been around for about a decade, but 2019 might be its most important year yet.
A new development from a homegrown internet provider has space set aside to try to foster a technology community in Summerville.
A technology-focused office building on the upper peninsula broke ground Tuesday after six years of planning, making it one of the first major developments to be built under the new federal Op…
Joe Floyd founded InsureSign in 2011 after spotting a void in the market.
After years of slow but steady growth, a local information technology firm is investing $6.3 million to triple its workspace and roughly double its workforce.
Several finance chiefs have come and gone at the Daniel Island tech firm since 2016.
A nonprofit business accelerator is showing its willingness to sue to recoup loans it offers startup companies to help get them off the ground.
She might be an unlikely technology entrepreneur, and the unions that supply labor to the ports are her unlikely customers, but Jody Newman says an application she developed is in its sixth ye…
A few Charleston internet users were still struggling to connect early Wednesday as the fallout from a severed fiber optic cable began to fade.
Internet providers in the Charleston area dealt with outages likely affecting thousands Tuesday due to a damaged fiber optic cable.
About a year after getting its start, a Charleston startup that capitalizes on privately owned parking spaces has earned a buy-in from an entrepreneurial program and plans to add more spaces t…