Tee Hooper’s low-key leadership, BMW in the Upstate turns 25, more fun and games on Main Street, and more.
An entrepreneurial trip from barbecue to flip-flops, a “merger of equals” to form the state’s largest health care system, a $16 million founding win for a Main Street company, and two new downtown hotels.
The operating system that’s under development, known as S2OS, could make data stored and transmitted in computer and network systems more secure.
One hundred years ago, one woman made a huge impression on scores of WWI soldiers. And unlike Wonder Woman, Greenville’s Eugenia Duke knew a great mayonnaise recipe.
Wilkommen, bienvenue, welcome — it’s the Upstate Business Journal’s special focus on international issues.
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, the container home trend, corporate bigwigs descending on Greenville, and two much-anticipated new restaurants are highlights of this week’s Upstate Business Journal.
The AHCA, Greenville’s new music venue, Will Rothschild’s exit from Spartanburg City Hall, and first looks at two downtown restaurants.
EP+CO, Israeli startups, James Fallows, and your dog’s next vacation spot — all covered in this week’s Upstate Business Journal.
Commercial real estate in downtown Spartanburg, United Community Bank, Monaghan redevelopment — plus, stop wasting everybody’s time in meetings. All in this week’s Upstate Business Journal.
The two-lane connector would give motorists new ways of getting to popular destinations along Woodruff Road without having to drive on the notoriously congested retail corridor itself.
Former execs fined more than $55,000 without admitting wrongdoing. Feds cite excessive spending and “reckless unsafe or unsound practices.”
NASCAR Monster Energy Cup Series racer Danica Patrick will display Spartanburg-based short-term lender’s logo on her helmet during the 2017 season and will be a prominent fixture in the company’s marketing efforts.
The Simpsonville-based electronics supplier will pay approximately $52.5 million in a deal expected to close April 10.
During the past year, the program has attracted participation from 14 vendors and produced $45,000 in donations and support for local charities.