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Sunday, June 17, 2018
Business

BMW Group unveils new X5 that will be produced in the Upstate

The popular crossover is getting a subtle yet high-tech makeover....
Business

ECPI receives state, federal recognition for cyber defense education

S.C. Cyber is a statewide initiative that aims to “develop talent, techniques, and tools to defend the connected infrastructure within South Carolina and the...
Business

Wofford College adds new center for national security and foreign policy

The Hipp Center for National Security and Foreign Policy features student opportunities for internships, as well as a planned exchange program....
Business

Crown Holdings installs 1,300-MW solar array at Spartanburg facility

Annual production is anticipated to be approximately 1,310 megawatt hours/year of energy....
Business

On the Move: June 15, 2018

Play-by-play of Upstate careers...
Business

On the Move: June 15, 2018

Play-by-play of Upstate careers...
Business

How employers can attract, engage, and retain veterans

According to the latest report from the Department of Defense, there are more than 50,000 active duty military service men and women here in...
Business

What I learned from political attack ads in 2018

With about a week to go in every election, I start collecting the various pieces of media that get jammed in my mailbox every...
Community

Furman golfers compete in Celebration of Champions event before US Open

Furman golfers Alice Chen and Taylor Totland, both U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball champions, participated in the Celebration of Champions event on June 12, which...
Business

A whole new world of hiring: it’s a candidate’s market

It’s a candidate’s market. They are in control. If they want more, they’re fighting for more. They know the ball is in their court....
Eat & Drink

Kava is the ‘anti-caffeine’

If you walked into a bar and saw dozens of people playing board games, jamming on guitars, and periodically cheers-ing a round of shots,...
Business

Facebook teaches us yet again that technology is a tool, not a toy

Once again, Facebook can’t seem to get out of its own way. Some of its problems both known and new this week are of...
News

Why there’s an Army tank in Gower Park and why it may not be there for much longer

A U.S. Army tank has been stationed between the tennis courts and the basketball courts at Greenville’s Gower Park since the 1990s, but it...
Arts & Culture

Backstage: A Q&A with Furman theater arts professor Maegan Azar

Maegan Azar is the associate professor of acting & directing at Furman University and is currently directing "The Tin Woman," which opens June 19 at...
Eat & Drink

Small Plates with Ariel Turner

It's frosé season, Sunflower Eatery opens in an office park, Tator Tot Tuesday is a go, and mark your calendars for the Southern Growl's...
News

SC DOT commissioners approve $10M to pay cities and counties to take over roads; Greenville has interest

Removing the streets from state control would give the city flexibility in streetscaping and road design....
Business

Young Office celebrates 65 years of creating workspace magic

When the family-owned Young Office first began offering its commercial office supply services in 1953, the term "creative workplace" hadn’t been coined yet....

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