The global aerospace and defense industry ended the first half of 2017 with $18 billion in announced transactions, 9% higher than the first half of 2016 and 14% higher than first half of 2015.
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U.S. Census Bureau lacks funds and leadership. That could hurt the 2020 census and future commercial real estate development.
A Boeing jet has drawn an outline of a plane by flying over America using GPS tracking.
Although electricity costs often play a key role in where manufacturers choose to expand, experts say last week's decision to scrap construction of two new reactors at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station isn't expected to have a long-term impact on statewide economic development efforts.
Dockworkers agreed to extend their labor contract with West Coast port operators by three years, to July 2022, offering shippers the prospect of years of tranquil labor relations.
BMW’s collaboration with South Carolina Ports and Norfolk Southern creates a unique intermodal solution that eliminates truck moves, improves its sustainability efforts and subsequently spurs manufacturing efficiently in a growing region.
The South Carolina Ports Authority has approved the expansion of Charleston's cargo port, with the Hugh G. Leatherman Terminal.
Dominion is installing a pipeline through Laurens County from a substation in Moore (Spartanburg County) t0o a substation in Chappells (Newberry County). The pipeline will supply three industries in the Lowcountry of SC, near Charleston. Most rights-of-way were acquired through direct negotiation; the company used federal court and eminent domain to establish a fair market value for Laurens County
WASHINGTON – President Donald Trump late Thursday announced nominations to fill the two empty federal judgeships in South Carolina.
BlueCross BlueShield, which offers the only individual plan sold on the S.C. marketplace, has proposed the increase to the federal Health and Human Services Department.
Boeing Co. is getting more serious about the prospects of building a middle-of-the-market commercial plane, and that has some thinking the aerospace giant's 787 North Charleston campus could contend for production of the new aircraft.
An undisclosed number of Boeing South Carolina workers who help ensure 787 Dreamliners are flight-ready have received voluntary layoff notices. Flight-ready technicians and flight readiness technician inspectors received voluntary layoff letters from Boeing a few weeks ago, company spokeswoman Loretta Gunter said in an email. Workers must decide whether to accept by Friday.
Citing road congestion and an aging population among drayage drivers, the port of Charleston, SC, is developing plans for barges to take on much of the load in moving containers from terminals to a upcoming new rail yard.
As this website has chronicled on numerous occasions, there is a battle raging among America’s deepwater port facilities along the east coast.
A recent report from PwC asserts that the Trump administration's trade agenda represents a dramatic shift from the past and recommends that companies prepare by getting better visibility into where their parts and supplies are coming from.
A rising stock market and overall better economy pumped new life into the luxury home market across South Carolina, especially during the past six months.
CHARLESTON, S.C. — It may be 2,740 miles away, as the crow flies, but Charleston seems like a million miles away from the hustle, bustle, and stress of Silicon Valley.
The news that South Carolina’s government-run utility – Santee Cooper – was abandoning the construction of a pair of new nuclear reactors after nine years of planning (and $9 billion in expenses) hit
Boeing Co. is offering voluntary buyouts to some workers on the flight line at its 787 Dreamliner campus in North Charleston, but the aerospace giant says it's too early to say whether more layoffs are in the offing.
Just as South Carolinians were picking their jaws up off the floor following a shocking decision by government-run utility Santee Cooper to shutter a job-creating nuclear power project, there was more bad economic news involving the state’s biggest crony capitalist company.
A South Carolina company has acquired the Hampton-based operations of Foss Manufacturing, a textile maker of high-performance materials.
When local company Call Experts wanted to grow, its executives turned to Charleston County Economic Development for assistance. Headquartered in Charleston for more than 30 years, Call Experts also has offices in New Jersey, Charlotte and Atlanta. It could have expanded in one of those markets, but instead opted to work with Charleston county’s Business Concierge Team.
Downtown Charleston is the regional hot spot for luxury hotels, upscale dining and bar-hopping — a major draw for the roughly 5 million people who visit the Lowcountry each year.
Investigation by "CBSN: On Assignment" uncovers a pattern of worker visa abuse by contractors for major automakers manufacturing in the U.S.
COLUMBIA — After spending some $9 billion on a project heralded as the beginning of a renaissance for America’s nuclear power industry, a pair of South Carolina utilities are pulling he plug on two unfinished reactors in Fairfield County.
A decade-long, unfinished highway construction project culminating in a state bank's vote to scrap the project has led a South Carolina county to sue the bank for breach of contract.
Mercedes-Benz banned a subcontractor from its Vance, Ala., plant after CBS News investigation found it had hired foreign construction workers by misstating their roles.
India is one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets with domestic passenger traffic growing at more than 20 percent a year over the last few years.
Whenever most Lowcountry residents think of Boeing, they understandably picture the 787 Dreamliner airplanes that are manufactured, assembled and delivered at the company’s North Charleston facility. But that is only part of Boeing’s presence in the area. Just off the Palmetto Commerce Parkway in North Charleston is the newest component of their operation, Boeing Research & Technology - South Carolina (BR&T-SC).
The stocks of Boeing are performing better due to an increase in international orders of its 787 Dreamliner fleet.
Lt. Gov. Kevin Bryant of Anderson hopes to become the first governor from the Upstate since Carroll Campbell.