March 16, 2012 RSS feed / Business

Around The World in 80 Days

In the mid-’50s producer Michael Todd was both chasing Liz Taylor and making Around the World in 80 Days. He consummated on both counts.  More...

Supreme Court upholds ruling in favor of school board

McNair client to proceed with expansion plans for high school after long legal battle

The South Carolina Supreme Court has ruled in favor of its client, School District Five of Lexington and Richland Counties, after a long legal battle over plans to renovate and expand one of the school district’s most overcrowded high schools. More...

USC archeology student wins Hubbard Explorers Award

John M. Fisher, an archeology student at USC, was awarded the 2012 L. Ron Hubbard Explorers Award at a special meeting of the Piedmont Chapter of The Explorers Club on March 9. More...

Briefs

PNC spreads branches out  The fifth largest bank in the country, Pittsburgh-based PNC recently converted more than 900,000 customers and more than 400 branches in the Southeast. In South Carolina, PNC took over nine branches of RBC Bank. More...

Folks about town

Kevin N. White has completed the education specialist degree program summa cum laude. He recently joined the USC College of Arts and Sciences Alumni Council.   More...

2012 Leadership Class participants announced

The 2012 Class of Leadership South Carolina has been selected representing 48 different communities and organizations throughout the state and marking the 31st year of continuous programming.  More...