The technology center planned for Charleston's rapidly developing Neck area secured the final blessing it needed from the city last week.
A spokesman Blackbaud Inc. some of the positions were at the Charleston headquarters but that the majority were at other locations.
Despite its fast-growing hub of technology companies, a new analysis finds that residents of Charleston have less access to the high-quality, high-speed fiber Internet service than other place…
The Charleston area's largest technology company has bought a Dallas-area software business for $157 million, its biggest acquisition in more than three years.
South Carolina inventors are being granted patents faster than the national rate, a fact that could bode well for business in the Palmetto State.
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.
A Summerville drug developer has settled a lawsuit that its ousted CEO brought against his former employer to collect his severance package.
Raising money will always be a challenge for technology companies, and in the South, startups will have a harder time than if they were based in well-oiled venture capital hubs like Silicon Va…
A medical technology startup that has the bulk of its employees in Charleston has been acquired by a larger company in a deal announced this week.
The latest recipient of money from South Carolina's major venture capital fund is a young company that wants to bring personality tests to the hiring process in companies large and small.
A water heater invented by a Mount Pleasant engineer made Time magazine's list of best inventions this year.
Blackbaud Inc. processed $62.6 million on Tuesday's global day of giving, up nearly $2 million from last year and setting a new record, the Daniel Island company said.
An app that helps people with intellectual impairments get through workplace tasks is showing promising results as a program at Clemson University attempts to prepare students with disabilitie…
One of the better-known upstarts of Charleston's technology industry has announced its first-ever acquisition.
A paper diploma can take about eight to 10 weeks to arrive in the mail, causing heartburn for students who want to get to work right after graduation. So one university with about 1,000 South …
The director says this degree will be the first of its kind in the state, leaning on the idea that the college can train people to be the workhorses that power the local tech industry.
A new College of Charleston club is a sign of the growing popularity of esports.
The latest addition into the local life sciences industry is the manufacturer of a baby bottle that solves a simple problem for parents of newborns.
Wyndham is trying to curb the temptation to text-while-vacationing by providing guests incentives for going tech-free at its pools and restaurants.
Drivers picking up travelers at Charleston International may have an easier time finding a parking spot this holiday season.
A newcomer to businesses in South Carolina that lets users shop out the tasks they need completed is a reminder of the growth of the gig economy.
A new report shows that the salaries within the region's technology sector continues to grow, in part to keep up with the cost of living and in part to recruit and retain skilled help in a tig…
Moneypenny has a secret.
One of the region's biggest technology businesses cut its revenue and profit forecast Monday, triggering an overnight sell-off that briefly knocked more than 20 percent off its stock price.
If you want to learn to code, there is now a state-run free resource to help, the S.C. Department of Commerce announced recently.
The video features sped-up scenes from inside the workplaces of some of Charleston's key tech companies.
The city of Beaufort is facing an economic tide that’s rippling across South Carolina’s coast, a surge of inequality and soaring costs that favor wealthy newcomers over longtime residents.
NEW YORK — Facebook reported a major security breach in which 50 million user accounts were accessed by unknown attackers.
Uber has agreed to pay $148 million and take steps to tighten data security, after the ride-hailing company failed for a year to notify drivers that hackers had stolen their personal information.
The Charleston Digital Corridor is moving its offices to a new location downtown as it waits for a brand new headquarters to be built on the fast-growing upper peninsula.
CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple unveiled three new iPhones on Wednesday, including its biggest and most expensive model yet, as the company seeks to widen the product's appeal amid slowing sales.
NEW YORK — Amazon on Tuesday became the second publicly traded company to reach $1 trillion in market value, hot on the heels of iPhone maker Apple.
A Charleston-based clean energy technology company has raised $6 million from a group of investors that includes a former National Basketball Association commissioner.
The Mount Pleasant startup STEM Premier, which helps high school students pair up with colleges and employers, has raised $9 million from an online education company.
Every year, T-Mobile gathers a few hundred people, hands out noisemakers and fires up a video stream to announce what it hopes will be the next big thing in the wireless industry.
Search engine giant Google Inc. plans to invest $600 million to expand its massive data center outside Charleston, according to records filed with Berkeley County.
A South Carolina man is suing Apple because he says his iPhone exploded in his pocket two years ago, injuring him so badly that he was airlifted to a burn center in Georgia.
SAN FRANCISCO — Uber will have to navigate around a new regulatory pothole in New York on an already bumpy road to its initial public offering of stock next year.
Just four days after it showed up in the Lowcountry, the scooter-rental startup Bird has been turned away by two of the region’s largest municipalities. But this time, its scooters are being locked away by the police.
The scooters arrived with little warning — no hype, no preview, no city approval. When day broke on the weekend, they were just there.
Boingo agreed last week to buy a Charleston startup called Elauwit for $28 million in cash. Elauwit’s owners can collect an extra $15 million if the company's sales grow fast enough.
Apple is the world's first publicly traded company to be valued at $1 trillion, the financial fruit of stylish technology that has redefined what consumers expect from their gadgets.
Snag — the Virginia-based owner of PeopleMatter — has a new leader, a veteran of the human-resources software industry who takes over amid ambitious expansion plans.
Charleston-based Gotcha Group is getting into the scooter business.
It has been a year and a half since Home Telecom made plans to outfit the Charleston peninsula with blazing Internet speeds, with service that would finish downloads several times faster than …
Comcast is cranking up its download speeds in Charleston, ramping up an Internet arms race that has seen the region's providers increasingly compete over the snappiness of their service.
A Charleston native and government prosecutor who resigned from a top post at the Justice Department last week is taking a high-profile job in the private sector.
The Internet has drummed up all kinds of challenges — most of them bizarre, usually unpleasant but often innocuous enough. The whims of online culture can make the most offbeat idea seem commo…
The nation's top intelligence official and the deputy director of the FBI are coming to Charleston in September to talk about cybersecurity.
Comcast is dealing with a widespread outage of some of its services.