Columbia Real Estate Update 11-11-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 11, 2011
The U.S. Senate followed the U.S. House in removing the mandate that federal, state and local governments with expenditures of more than $100 million withhold 3% of payments for products and services worth more than $10,000. The requirement was to take effect on Jan. 1, 2013.
The daylong session aims to show business leaders how sustainable practices can benefit the bottom line.
The Midlands Housing Trust Fund is a public-private funding partnership to preserve and increase the stock of quality, affordable housing in the region through financing, technical assistance and advocacy.
The city of Charleston’ Board of Architectural Review voted 5-0 Wednesday night to give preliminary approval to the city’s new cruise terminal proposed for Union Pier.
Get information about the top businesses in the region through the Business Report's online lists. Sample our Staffing Agencies list or browse the main research page. Each week, the Daily Report offers a new featured list for readers.
Trident Technical College in Charleston is seeking an engineering design graphics instructor. The position requires at least a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering or a related field or an associate degree plus a minimum of five years' current industry-related experience. A working knowledge of parametric modeling software is preferred. Learn more or apply here.
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