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The transaction value is estimated to total approximately $130 million, with 35 percent of the consideration to be paid in United common stock and 65 percent to be paid in cash.
Local author John Boyanoski will be signing copies of the revised edition of “Reimagining Greenville: Building the Best Downtown in America”.
SCBIO has announced its 2018 Board of Directors and Executive Committee following formal confirmation at the life science organization’s December 2017 meeting in Columbia.
The new Simpsonville store represents Sprouts’ 16th state and the grocer’s eastern expansion efforts.
The deadline to nominate a company for Top Workplaces is Jan. 19.
The gift will allow the college’s Financial Education Center to celebrate Financial Literacy Week, March 19-23, 2018, with an entire week of activities and events aimed at improving students’ financial knowledge and health.
The milestone location at 196 Manning Crossing in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is locally owned and operated by Sylvia Jasmin.
SCANA would operate as a wholly owned subsidiary of Dominion Energy. It would maintain its significant community presence, local management structure and the headquarters of its SCE&G utility in South Carolina.
Kana Gateway, LLC, acquired the 1.83-acre property for $3 million.
Globalization has made Greenville home to at least seven Asian groceries, as well as multiple markets specializing in the cuisines of India and Latin America.