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.
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 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.
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…
Researchers at Clemson University and the University of South Carolina are evaluating how drones can capture a better picture of the state's bridges.
The City of Charleston knows what it wants to do with the commercial space it has leased in the emerging WestEdge development, and it will go to a business accelerator already working with loc…
Uber and Lyft were having a meteoric rise. His peers in the taxi industry were shuttering. So Jerry Crosby waited and watched, developing his idea for another iteration of a ride-hailing service.
A few years after buying two Charleston-based companies, a top exectuive at a Charlotte financial technology giant said its Lowcountry investment is growing, and the coastal location may be he…
A new report that measures how "dynamic" economies are at the nation's metro level put the Charleston area at eighth in its weight class.
A teenager who has been coding for several years at a local technology initiative is passing along his skills to middle-school kids.
The chief executive of a Charleston technology company will be allowed to continue traveling overseas to run the business after being indicted on wire fraud charges, a federal judge ruled Monday.
A new funding round for Engage Talent brings the total investment in the four-year-old Daniel Island-based company to the $10 million mark.
Two Clemson technology experts are relocating to the Lowcountry from the Upstate public research university to help develop more cybersecurity talent in the Charleston area.
The case is being called a first-of-its-kind prosecution for the wide-open Internet law frontier.
A Charleston technology business and its chief executive officer have been indicted for allegedly fraudulently obtaining Internet addresses with a resale value of as much as $14.4 million.
A new replacement lot is planned farther up the peninsula, but it's not ready yet. Until then, HOP riders will park in a smaller lot next to the current site.
A local company that blends accounting and technology is bringing its first chief revenue officer on board and ramping up its sales efforts.
Uber and Lyft users may want to have a backup plan in place if they plan to use the ride-hailing services Wednesday, given drivers for both applications plan to strike across the country.
Key investments included beefing up the Daniel Island-based tech company's sales force.
The chief financial officer at one of the Charleston area's largest technology businesses announced he's leaving after two years, prompting one analyst to describe the senior-level job at Bene…
Incoming and outgoing calls and texts for many Verizon customers in Charleston were reportedly not working for several hours. Verizon Wireless confirmed a service outage in the region, and sai…
IBM Corp. executives assured investors in North Charleston on Tuesday that growth is coming soon as some stockholders expressed doubt about the company's recent financial performance.
As publishers struggle with short attention spans, a local trivia startup has found a way to help companies engage their audiences through games. A new competition called ITK — short for "in t…
Acknowledging South Carolina schools aren't producing technology talent quickly enough, industry leaders are searching for the right solution to prepare workers for an increasingly tech-centri…
A Mount Pleasant biotechnology firm that specializes in regenerative medicine raised $11.7 million in fresh capital last month for product development and other purposes.
An acquisition involving two California software companies with nearly identical names could cause heartburn for one of Charleston region's largest technology employers, analysts at one firm s…