Columbia Real Estate Update 10-4-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES | OCT. 4, 2011
The new rankings represent a reversal in positions for the two biggest banks in the Midlands region. Last year, Wells Fargo’s Wachovia bank had $3 billion in deposits and a 22% market share, compared with Bank of America’s $2.8 billion in deposits and 20% market share.
The three largest banks operating in South Carolina, Wells Fargo, Bank of America and BB&T expanded market share at least one percentage point each in the past year, while customers appeared to depart Carolina First after it was sold and rebranded TD Bank, according to figures released today by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.
The U.S. Senate on Monday confirmed South Carolina’s Henry F. Floyd to the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond. Floyd has served as a U.S. District Court judge in Spartanburg. Monday’s Senate vote was 96-0.
Prakash Nagarkatti, an internationally known researcher who has directed research at the University of South Carolina School of Medicine, has been named USC’s vice president for research, subject to the approval of the board of trustees. He will be responsible for planning and implementing the university’s research priorities.
Gov. Nikki Haley on Monday named Leroy Smith, a 22-year veteran of the Florida Highway Patrol who served as its chief of investigations, as the next director of the South Carolina Department of Public Safety.
Dale Carnegie Training of S.C. is seeking a sales consultant in Columbia. The successful candidate will create new business with companies and manage existing client relationships. Learn more or apply here.
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