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Why chef Scott Crawford left his cushy job at the five-star Umstead Hotel and ... - Triangle Business Journal (blog)

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 6:04pm

Why chef Scott Crawford left his cushy job at the five-star Umstead Hotel and ...
Triangle Business Journal (blog)
Crawford came from a background in the luxury hotel business, helping both the Woodlands Resort & Inn in Summerville, South Carolina, and The Georgian Room at The Cloister Hotel in Sea Island, Georgia, to win achieve five-star status. Less than two ...

What happened? ... - southcarolina.247sports.com (blog)

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 4:21pm

CBS Local

What happened? ...
southcarolina.247sports.com (blog)
“Everything” seems like it would be an acceptable answer in response to what went wrong in South Carolina's 52-28 loss to Texas A&M on Thursday night in the season-opener but, more specifically, a variety of problems started early and were never fixed ...
Texas A&M Puts Johnny Football In Rear View With Trouncing Of South CarolinaCBS Local
Deflated Gamecocks have tough issues to tackleGreenville News
TJ Rives talks about Texas A&M's big win at South CarolinaFOX Sports Radio
New York Post -CBSSports.com
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Ex-SC lawmaker pleads not guilty in money laundering case - Greenville News

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 2:32pm

Ex-SC lawmaker pleads not guilty in money laundering case
Greenville News
But Viers' lawyer said his 36-year-old client may not have realized he was breaking the law because South Carolina's two law schools don't do a good job training new lawyers on how to handle complex financial matters. He said Viers' nearly decade-long ...

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John Fourcade's job, the SEC Network's problem and more SEC notes - The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 11:03am

John Fourcade's job, the SEC Network's problem and more SEC notes
The Times-Picayune - NOLA.com
The other day, one of the new SEC Now studio hosts, who appeared to have just gotten his driver's license, proclaimed with great authority (always accomplished by speaking loudly and enthusiastically) that South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier may have ...

South Carolina Employee Scores Workers' Compensation Win for Kickball Injury - Insurance Journal

Fri, 08/29/2014 - 10:29am

South Carolina Employee Scores Workers' Compensation Win for Kickball Injury
Insurance Journal
The court also noted that while Whigham's job description did not include producing team-building events, his doing so reflected the company's desire to create a certain type of work atmosphere. “A specific act need not be designated in an employee's ...

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North Carolina was ready to offer Toyota $107 million, documents show - WBTV

Thu, 08/28/2014 - 10:36pm

North Carolina was ready to offer Toyota $107 million, documents show
WBTV
The Job Development Investment Grant program is set to run dry by late October. Proponents say ... In June, South Carolina used $38.7 million to help land a tire company, as well as two Charlotte companies that relocated south of the state line. The ...

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Boeing moves closer to expanding in South Carolina - MarketWatch (blog)

Thu, 08/28/2014 - 7:53pm

Boeing moves closer to expanding in South Carolina
MarketWatch (blog)
The concept plan it submitted lays out an “Aerospace Campus”, prompting speculation Boeing might build something akin to a cushy Silicon Valley corporate campus for its South Carolina employees. Boeing South ... The company announced plans in December ...

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Pension Investment Agency Hires New Director - WLTX.com

Wed, 08/27/2014 - 5:55pm

WLTX.com

Pension Investment Agency Hires New Director
WLTX.com
The Retirement Systems Investment Commission voted 4-2 on Tuesday to hire Michael Hitchcock, who takes the job Sept. 8. Hitchcock has been the chief attorney and assistant clerk of the South Carolina Senate since 2001. His salary will be $230,000.

SC's pension investment agency hires new director - ABC NEWS 4

Wed, 08/27/2014 - 2:49pm

SC's pension investment agency hires new director
ABC NEWS 4
The Retirement Systems Investment Commission voted 4-2 on Tuesday to hire Michael Hitchcock, who takes the job Sept. 8. Hitchcock has been the chief attorney and assistant clerk of the South Carolina Senate since 2001. His salary will be $230,000.

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South Carolina court awards workers' comp to man who injured himself in ... - Washington Post (blog)

Wed, 08/27/2014 - 1:46pm

Kingsport Times News

South Carolina court awards workers' comp to man who injured himself in ...
Washington Post (blog)
The main factor in the court's decision was the fact that Whigham was required to play. As the organizer of the event, the game because part of his job, the AP reports, adding Whigham's original claim was declined when it was believed to be voluntary.
South Carolina top court rules workers' comp OK for kickball injuryChattanooga Times Free Press
State court: Workers' comp OK for kickball injuryBellingham Herald

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How Steve Spurrier Turned Around the South Carolina Gamecocks - Team Speed Kills

Wed, 08/27/2014 - 8:11am

ESPN (blog)

How Steve Spurrier Turned Around the South Carolina Gamecocks
Team Speed Kills
When Elliott took the job, South Carolina's last 1,000-yard rusher had been Derek Watson in 2000. Elliott has produced two 1,000-yard rushers in the last four years, almost certainly would have had another had Lattimore not gotten hurt in 2011 and ...
Kenny Hill is no longer just the guy who isn't Johnny ManzielUSA TODAY
Texas A&M vs. South Carolina: The anatomy of a blowoutGarnet And Black Attack
Kenny Hill breaks Manziel passing mark in ending S. Carolina streakESPN (blog)

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Poll: How would you rate President Obama's job performance? - AL.com

Wed, 08/27/2014 - 7:35am

Poll: How would you rate President Obama's job performance?
AL.com
Across the South, residents of Florida, Virginia, Texas, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Mississippi, Louisiana and Tennessee all rate Obama as doing a better job doing his job than Alabamians rate him. Obama is less popular in Kentucky and ...

SC BlueCross sells insurance subsidiary to Bermuda-based company - Hilton Head Island Packet

Tue, 08/26/2014 - 5:52pm

SC BlueCross sells insurance subsidiary to Bermuda-based company
Hilton Head Island Packet
But at least a portion of its jobs are expected to remain in South Carolina, officials said. Enstar Group ... Companion has 200 employees, including 170 based in South Carolina, according to Patti Embry-Tautenhan, director of corporate relations for ...

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Our Digital Season: Week 1—Texas A&M at South Carolina - Garnet And Black Attack

Tue, 08/26/2014 - 2:30pm

Bleacher Report

Our Digital Season: Week 1—Texas A&M at South Carolina
Garnet And Black Attack
I have a few issues—Jerell Adams is severely underrated, for example—but overall I thought whoever created South Carolina's roster did a decent job. A tip o' the visor to you, sir. Here's how we do it: I simulate the game with both teams playing at ...
Texas A&M vs. South Carolina: Key Matchups to WatchBleacher Report
Practice report: Jonathan Walton to start over Skai MooreGoGamecocks
Morris: South Carolina, Clemson poised for big football seasonsThe State
Pregame.com -Charleston Post Courier -Harrison Daily
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Morris: South Carolina, Clemson poised for big football seasons - The State

Mon, 08/25/2014 - 10:56pm

Morris: South Carolina, Clemson poised for big football seasons
The State
Steele probably does the best job of any preseason magazine, and his unit ratings often are telling. There is little doubting where Clemson's strength lies this season. The Tigers, according to Steele, have the No. 2-ranked defensive line in the ...
Conflicting reports about where Clemson commitment Ray-Ray McCloud might ...Charleston Post Courier
Avid fan base, Spurrier help fuel USC's rising status in the SECGoGamecocks

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Darren Wilson's first job was on a troubled police force disbanded by authorities - Washington Post

Mon, 08/25/2014 - 6:56pm

Darren Wilson's first job was on a troubled police force disbanded by authorities
Washington Post
After going through the police academy, Wilson landed a job in 2009 as a rookie officer in Jennings, a small, struggling city of 14,000 where 89 percent of the residents were African American and poverty rates were high. At the time, the 45-employee ...

South Carolina back in 2016 spotlight - CNN

Mon, 08/25/2014 - 11:50am

SFGate

South Carolina back in 2016 spotlight
CNN
The question is who is going to the best job over the next couple of years in convincing South Carolinians they're the best person for the job, and a couple of years is an eternity in presidential politics," longtime South Carolina GOP consultant Joel ...
The GOP's great Latino hope dresses down DREAMersWashington Post (blog)
Marco Rubio heals wounds in SC4029tv

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How to educate Americans for jobs? Ask the Germans, employers urge - PBS NewsHour

Mon, 08/25/2014 - 9:19am

PBS NewsHour

How to educate Americans for jobs? Ask the Germans, employers urge
PBS NewsHour
It consists of a so-called dual system of education and training that combines a few days a week of classroom instruction at vocational schools with on-the-job apprenticeships that are designed to lead to full-time jobs for which graduates are ready ...

Business calendar: Job fair, business after hours and more - Spartanburg Herald Journal

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 7:37pm

Business calendar: Job fair, business after hours and more
Spartanburg Herald Journal
The Spartanburg Area Office of the South Carolina Small Business Development Centers is hosting a small business roundtable on methods of growing business in retail settings. The seminar is scheduled for 9:15 a.m. to noon at the Spartanburg County ...

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General election race for education chief starts - WSOC Charlotte

Sun, 08/24/2014 - 10:34am

General election race for education chief starts
WSOC Charlotte
The general election campaign for South Carolina superintendent of education is underway with the three candidates agreeing Sunday improvements are needed but exchanging gibes and disagreeing over who can get the job done. "One of my colleagues ...

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