April 4, 2008 RSS feed / Business

Don Tomlin tapped by Bulgaria

Congressman Joe Wilson recommended Columbia's Don Tomlin to Bulgaria as its honorary consul in South Carolina. As such, Tomlin is the S.C. diplomat representing the interests of Bulgaria. More...

Folks about town

The Indian Waters Council, Boy Scouts of America will present the Whitney M. Young Service Awards to honor city councilwoman Tameika Isaac Devine; former USC and professional basketball standout Terry Dozier, and local Scoutmaster Abraham Riley. More...

Richland One Adult Ed sponsors job fair

An upcoming event offers those looking for employment a chance to meet with representatives of dozens of businesses that are hiring. More...

Briefs

by John Temple Ligon

South Carolina exports In 2007, according to the South Carolina Department of Commerce and the State Ports Authority, South Carolina's 21.6% export growth included almost $17 billion in goods sold to 198 countries. More...

Amy Stone begins downtown retail recruitment

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In downtown Columbia, there is no Belk's at the corner of Hampton and Main, and nearby Penney's left decades ago. Nothing replaced Elizabeth Wolfe while Lourie's closed its women's shop on its second floor. More...

Moore School earns top ranking for 19th straight year

The International Master of Business Administration (IMBA) program at the Moore School of Business, University of South Carolina, is the nation's top- ranked public university MBA program for international business and No. More...