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New Coworking Spaces Continue To Open, But Changes Are Coming

As a national trend, coworking spaces are quickly taking over urban spaces and becoming the new normal for many in the business, tech, and creative industries. In Greenville, that may feel even more tangible as new facilities continue to join the scene.

Your Guide to South Carolina’s MBA Programs

South Carolina colleges are rebalancing their business school curricula to keep the luster on MBA programs, and some are adding online courses to expand their reach.

Metal Collectors: Scrap Recycling Thrives in S.C.

Recycling of scrap metal is a significant industry in South Carolina. The Institute of Scrap Recycling Industries (ISRI) estimates that metal recycling accounts for 3,400 direct jobs with an economic impact of more than $823 million.

Anderson Native Guides Glen Raven

Glen Raven has been a stalwart of U.S. textile manufacturing since it was founded in the 1880s. It has evolved through the decades to stay ahead of the ever-changing industry. The privately-held North Carolina-headquartered company is owned by the Gant family. One of the biggest recent changes is at the top, where, for the first time, someone outside the family is CEO.

Engineering the Upstate's Braintrust

Nashville strums with musicians, Silicon Valley geeks out with software nerds, and the Research Triangle is an R&D powerhouse. And Greenville? Spend time with Thang Nguyen and Brooks Hafner, and you’ll get a glimpse at just how much the Upstate is powered by engineers.

Curtis Loftis Delivers Birthday Gifts to Babies Born on May 29

Compared to the puntastic Star Wars Day -- May the Fourth be with you -- and the snicker-snicker stoner holiday 4/20, 529 Day doesn't quite have the same cool and hip cache. However, there's no doubt that for state Treasurer Curtis Loftis, May 29 is arguably the most important day of the year.

Sonoco Acquires Remainder of Conitex Sonoco JV

The joint venture has 13 manufacturing locations in 10 countries, including four paper mills and seven cone and tube converting operations, as well as two other production facilities.

Kentwool Celebrates Former CEO Mark Kent at 175th Ceremony

When Mark Kent unexpectedly passed last year, the celebrated textile leader left behind a huge footprint as the enterprising CEO of Kentwool and a philanthropist. He also earned the adoration of the millions who have worn a pair of Kentwool performance socks, "the world's best golf socks."

Upstate Diversity Leaders Honored

The event was hosted by the Greenville Chamber and the Riley Institute at Furman University in partnership with the Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce.

Clemson's College of Business Names New Dean

As the dean of Clemson’s College of Business, Wendy York will lead 177 faculty and 49 staff members who serve 3,854 undergraduate business majors and 735 graduate students.


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