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Capital Bank Names New Midlands Market President

Steven Waddell is responsible for all lines of business including private client, commercial, small business, and retail banking.

MTC Honors Society Wins Awards

The Midlands Technical College Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society chapter received six awards at the PTK centennial conference.

USC Among World's Top Patent-Producing Universities

USC was the lead on 37 issued U.S. patents last year alone and was named on 42 total U.S. patents.

Home permits down in Greenville, Charleston, Columbia for April

Realtors expect competitive market for the summer thanks to decreasing inventory, while builders bemoan lumber tariffs.

S.C. Receives "A" Grade For Manufacturing

South Carolina receives an “A” in manufacturing and “C-“ for logistics in a report from Ball State University.

Charleston Harbor Deepening Project Receives $49 Million Federal Funding

Upon completion of Charleston's deepening, the Inner Harbor will offer 52 feet of depth with a 54-feet deep Entrance Channel.

SBA Working Capital Loan Deadline Is July 5

The loans are intended to pay fixed debts, payroll, accounts payable, and other expenses that could have been paid had Hurricane Irma not occurred.

MTC Hosts Small Business Conference

The HHS does four of these events annually, with other events gathering in Denver, Detroit, and Washington, D.C.

Seeking Job Candidates? You May Want to Think Beyond the Obvious

As with any degree, a focused education allows students to explore their passion, and the majority of these students will pursue employment within their specific fields. However, college degrees, regardless of their specific focus, should also offer students the opportunity to gain skills that can be valued in most business organizations.

Fathers and Leaders

This year, Father’s Day falls on June 17th, and as I was thinking about the holiday, it led me to reflect on my own childhood and the leadership lessons I learned from my father.