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Sunday, May 27, 2018

Ziff Properties Inc. plans improvements for Garlington Business Park

Planned improvements include painting, landscaping, and repaving that will better position the park, which benefits from a central location next to GE, Woodruff Road, and Interstates 85 and 385.

More than 14,000 square feet leased so far in 2018 at...

The leasing of three suites to new tenants increases the occupancy from 42 percent to more than 70 percent.

Takeaway: The Future of the North American Free Trade Agreement

Despite your vehicle’s country of origin, it’s likely that its components have traveled across national borders up to eight times before you have the chance to test-drive it.

On the Move: May 18, 2018

Play-by-play of Upstate careers

Kentwool celebrates 175 years

Today, Kentwool is known for its line of performance wool golf socks; a range of socks for men, women, and kids; and its men’s boxer shorts and loungewear.

The Spark: Happenings in Upstate Biz with Trevor Anderson

A few quick notes just in case you happened to miss the Greenville Area Development Corp.’s annual meeting May 9.

The Wells Fargo Center

The Wells Fargo Center’s new ownership and management team, Caprocq and Colliers International, envisioned a transformation of the building interior that would make it one of the most desirable locations for existing and prospective tenants. DP3 Architects was hired to design updated and innovative spaces throughout the building, and the firm worked alongside Colliers International’s […]

New Gather GVL tenants announced

Additional concepts from HenDough's owners include Mercado Cantina, KO Burger, and Al Taglio.

J M Smith announces workforce ‘realignment’ at QS/1 division

Spartanburg-based J M Smith Corp. has announced a “realignment” of its software subsidiary QS/1 Data Systems’ workforce. J M Smith Corp., which is the third-largest privately held company in South Carolina, did not provide details about the change, but a company official did acknowledge that some positions were eliminated. Multiple sources said the number of […]

On the Move: May 11, 2018

Play-by-play of Upstate careers

Are you making these security mistakes with your smartphone?

By Rob DeHollander, managing principal, DeHollander & Janse Financial Group The first iPhone was released a little more than 11 years ago. It’s tough to remember how we managed our daily lives without smartphones. How did we get around town without Google Maps? Pay our bills on time before we had credit card and banking apps? […]

Open innovation a driver in TTI’s business growth

There’s no doubt about the aim of Techtronics Industries (TTI), an Upstate company that designs and manufactures power equipment under the brands Ryobi, Ridgid, and Homelite.

Hartness welcome center opens; family home to become inn and event...

The under-construction Traditional Neighborhood Development located off of Highway 14, hosted its spring reveal April 27-28 to open the new welcome center and model home, constructed by Greenville-based Milestone Custom Homes, to the public, and also revealed plans to redevelop the Hartness family home into an inn and event destination.

The small-business impact on employability in Greenville

While the big news goes to big businesses, it’s small businesses that are making some of the biggest impacts on employment, and more specifically, on the lives of employees.

Front Row: May Design Review Board Urban Panel

The one item of old business held over from April and the two new items on the docket garnered a fair amount of discussion but all received approval with conditions by the panel.

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