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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.

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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…

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“Continuously developing our capabilities and investing in quality journalism in formats that fit our readers’ needs, whether in print or online, will always be at the forefront of our newspaper’s mission,” said PJ Browning, president and publisher of The Post and Courier. “The addition of the new press will allow us to grow well into the future and provide a quality printed product worthy of the award-winning news we publish.”

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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.

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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.

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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.”

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