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…
The app-based transportation service Lyft is adding security measures, not long after a student at the University of South Carolina was killed after mistakenly getting into a car she thought s…
Several months after first announcing its free coding school, almost 2,000 people are using the new resources from the S.C. Department of Commerce.
WASHINGTON — Momentum is gaining in Washington for a privacy law that could sharply rein in the ability of the largest technology companies to collect and distribute people's personal data.
South Carolina's technology industry has the sixth-highest rate in the country when it comes to employing women, but with females making up 34.5 percent of the total there's still room to improve.
A Charleston startup launched Tuesday with a promise to free its users "from the subjugation of social media."
CEO Ray August said only a quarter of employers now offer group car insurance, and most of them are large companies. He's aiming to offer the perk to workers at smaller firms.
Venture capital firms made a record $9.3 billion in investments to companies developing artificial intelligence technologies in 2018, and one Charleston company got a small slice of the pie.
Daniel Island-based Benefitfocus Inc. is aiming to elevate its profile in Charleston and other cities where the software company has offices.
Charleston's technology industry might be growing at a healthy pace, but wages still appear to be lagging behind the South's larger tech hubs.
IBM Corp. is set to score a Wall Street version of a hat trick in South Carolina.
'A ton' of East Coast Verizon customers were unable to send texts Tuesday morning because of an outage, the company confirmed.
The founder and CEO of Twitter didn't need 280 characters to give a shout out to a Charleston company that's tapping into the cryptocurrency field.
The automaker had set late 2017 as one target date. More than a year has come and gone.
First electric scooters, now trikes.
The virtual way of seeing a doctor or managing health is seen as a solution to deteriorating health care services in rural parts of the state. South Carolina’s government has spent $57 million in one-time commitments since 2013 on telemedicine. But it’s no secret that progress is stunted if people don’t have internet access.
Outside the wrap-around windows of Mike Gianoni's corner office is a patch of forest that represents the next phase of Blackbaud Inc.'s growth.
South Carolina’s already thin ranks within the so-called fintech world is about to get a little leaner.
A large Charleston software business has made its first acquisition in nearly a decade, buying a Wisconsin firm in a deal aimed at increasing its customer base.
Young technology companies enrolled in a state program designed to help them survive and thrive have hit $1 billion in combined funding, the S.C. Research Authority announced.
A Charleston solar business has raised $20 million in new funding, following a strong year of investments and signaling rapid growth for the clean energy firm.