Shop talk around the Google campus in South Carolina can now include open conversations about pay, working conditions and even unionizing.
BoomTown said its purchase of San Diego-based Brokermint is its third acquisition since 2018.
Indaba Capital has called for the Daniel Island company to shake up and diversify its board and pursue other changes, such as exploring a sale of the business.
The online search giant previously has spent $2.4 billion to build out its 14-year-old Berkeley Country site.
A Charleston startup is using online tools that measure mood to gauge people's willingness to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
NEW YORK — Netflix is testing a way to crack down on password sharing.
The firm recently moved its headquarters from North Charleston to the new Portside Ferry Wharf development near Patriots Point.
Santee Cooper is offering private-sector broadband companies access to its power poles and other transmission infrastructure under an effort to expand internet service to South Carolina’s rura…
A Summerville biopharmaceutical firm seized on a recent rally in its stock price to raise nearly $30 million, or three times as much as it had anticipated.
Google and corporate parent Alphabet Inc. found themselves on the receiving end of a federal complaint earlier this month, after a technician at their Berkeley County data center was suspended from her contract job for violating workplace rules. Also named in the grievance is Adecco Group, a global staffing firm that employed her through its Modis E&T LLC technology services business.
Indaba Capital said recent "incremental" and "half-measure" actions suggest the board of the Daniel Island software company are "uninterested in implementing the meaningful changes required" to turn the business around.
Shares of 3D Systems have been on a tear since early January, after the Rock Hill company's top executive provided an update about his turnaround plans.
Though it is far from the biggest city in the Southeast, rent prices in Charleston are higher than any other metropolitan area in the Carolinas, data from real estate platform Zillow show.
He'll be replaced in the fall by Andy Jassy, who runs Amazon's cloud-computing business, and then become the company's executive chair.
Shares of Aeterna Zentaris jumped after the company announced a possible agreement with a German research university working on an immunization alternative.
An upstart Charleston company has its second owner in one year after a tumultuous 2020, but the new parent of the operator of the local Holy Spokes bike-share system says it is optimistic the fit will be just right.
A Mount Pleasant company is making real estate investments, focused on the market of the physical places where an ever-increasing volume of data is stored.
A Mount Pleasant startup that uses data and artificial intelligence to help other companies make better hires says it is kicking off 2021 with a new name and $3.4 million in fresh funding.
South Carolina's primary health agency has already spent nearly $120 million to respond to the coronavirus pandemic, state legislators last were told last week. In 2021, COVID-19 could cost th…
The Charleston bike-share program Holy Spokes has gone offline for two to three days as its new parent company assumes control of the system.
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Slack, the messaging service used by millions of people for work and school, suffered a global outage on Monday, the first day back for most people returning from the New Year's holiday.
We streamed, we Zoomed, we ordered groceries and houseplants online, we created virtual villages while navigating laptop shortages to work and learn from home. When it comes to technology, 202…
During a year Charlestonians grappled with the coronavirus pandemic, social unrest and recurring flooding, Mayor John Tecklenburg was routinely in the public providing update after update on what the city was doing to address it.
Clemson researchers investigate how robots could make advanced manufacturing jobs more meaningful, less menial.
The City of Charleston purchased a parking garage on quickly developing Morrison Drive that sits on land the local government gifted in 2013 on the promise it would one day become a tech-focused business center.
Indaba Capital recently acquired a 7.5 percent stake in the Daniel Island software company, which has racked up losses of more than $400 million since 2010.
Clemson University, which hired Rymedi in September to handle its coronavirus testing data, was able to catch and contain hundreds of positive cases on the university’s campus with the Greenville company's technology.
The technology industry has an $89 billion value in South Carolina, and the sector's growth is outstripping others, a new study found.
Two-year-old Vikor Scientific announced Tuesday it is investing $1 million into its downtown Charleston operation and will create 148 positions.
One of Charleston's largest technology employers assured investors it can continue to expand during the COVID-19 pandemic in an update of its long-term financial goals last week.
Uber snapped up a food-delivery rival last week in a deal that came with a slice of Charleston on the side.
A look at how COVID-19 has affected some of the Palmetto State's key business sectors.
The Nasdaq is about to get its bell rung — again — at the hands of one of the Charleston region's largest technology employers.
Delays in mail through the U.S. Postal Service have been widely felt, but in South Carolina, the hold-ups may be longer than in the rest of the country.
DHEC and MUSC had ambitious plans for a contact tracing smartphone app that could help curb the spread of the coronavirus, but state lawmakers scuttled the idea until at least January.
Hospitals in South Carolina have received at least $664 million in "provider relief" funds to help them weather the COVID-19 pandemic, with the lion's share heading toward the state's largest …
The Palmetto State will get about $1.8 million from the $113 million settlement the technology juggernaut agreed to pay to settle what some have called "batterygate."
Ex-CEO Sean Flood and his former chief operating officer say the sale of the e-mobility firm to a Canadian firm went sideways.
Roughly two months into the top job at Charleston software company Benefitfocus Inc., Stephen Swad is making it clear that a push toward profitability will be a top priority.
The ride-hailing app option will allow passenger to book rides and lock in fares weeks in advance.
A Ladson shopping center is undergoing redevelopment after its major tenant went bankrupt last year and closed all of its stores across the nation. Meanwhile, new shops continue to be added across the Charleston region, as the economy continues to recover from the depths of the pandemic last spring.
A new lawsuit describes the tactics by CBL lenders as "naked attempts" to take advantage of the cash-strapped company, and that they could put the firm's real estate operations "in imminent and irreparable peril."
As the COVID-19 pandemic changes the landscape of business and work, some South Carolinians appear to be seizing the opportunity to get a new company off the ground.
Various government agencies and 43 state attorneys general have requested information abut the breach.
South Carolina-based companies were already at a disadvantage in their ability to raise capital, compared to Southern neighbors. Then came COVID-19.
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.
WASHINGTON — Less than a week before Election Day, the CEOs of Twitter, Facebook and Google are set to face a grilling by Republican senators who accuse the technology giants of anti-conservat…
The search engine giant operates a large data center off of Highway 52 in Berkeley County. The S.C. Attorney General's office called the tech giant a "monopoly" that is "hurting consumers in South Carolina and across the country, and we think the company’s actions violate federal laws.”
A Charleston transportation technology company says it's doing its part to get out the vote next month.