The hiatus, which starts at the end of second shift on Wednesday, includes the closing of the company's only assembly plant that's still making commercial jets.
Emily Williams is a business reporter at The Post and Courier, covering tourism and employment. She also writes the Business Headlines newsletter, which is published twice a week. Before moving to Charleston, her byline appeared in The Boston Globe.
Before the coronavirus health crisis brought global travel to a standstill, South Carolina's tourism outlook was strong, with multiple indicators outpacing last year's performance.
South Carolina's most popular tourist destination sent a strong and almost unprecedented message to visitors last week: We're closed for business.
Short-term rentals, like all tourism-related businesses, are feeling the brunt of travel declines brought on by the coronavirus pandemic, but some in this growing corner of the lodging industry see signs the category could bounce back quickly.
Charleston-area hotel figures for March show the local accommodations sector has already taken a serious hit from travel declines caused by th…
Based on consumer data, booze may be one of the ways that Americans are coping with the coronavirus crisis. For the week ending March 21, U.S. alcohol sales rose 55 percent, according to the market research firm Nielsen.
Boeing Co. is offering employees buyouts in an effort to offset the financial strain brought on by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Instead of hauling wings and fuselages to final assembly sites, the modified 747 plane may be used by the federal government in the coming weeks to ship medical supplies.
A lot has changed since we last discussed the coronavirus on this podcast. We discuss how the outbreak has escalated in the state and what might come in the weeks ahead.
In Myrtle Beach, more than 29 percent of all jobs are considered "at risk," placing it ninth among metro areas the crisis will hit hardest.