Columbia Real Estate Update 6-7-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / JUNE 7, 2011
A three-judge majority of South Carolina Supreme Court ruled Monday that Gov. Nikki Haley did not have the authority to order the General Assembly back to meet in special session when they were technically still in session, but on recess.
The 2011 South Carolina Engineering Conference will start Thursday at the Marriott Hilton Head Resort on Hilton Head Island and run through Sunday. Topics include environmental, geotechnical, structural, electrical and business management.
Columbia Opportunity Resource is launching the 2011 Table for Six Networking Event, a leadership development and social networking initiative that seeks to connect emerging leaders with existing leaders.
U.S. Sen. Jim DeMint sent the National Labor Relations Board a Freedom of Information Act request Monday for documents related to the board’s case against the Boeing Co.
Michigan-based VCI-SC Inc., a metal-parts manufacturer, will open a new $2 million facility in Pickens County that will employ up to 50 people, the company announced today. VCI is an automotive supplier that works with the aerospace, energy, industrial and military sectors.
Verizon Wireless is hiring a retail sales representative in Lexington. The full-time job entails using interpersonal skills to close sales and surpass quotas. The job requires at least one to two years’ sales experience in a commission environment. A college degree and Spanish language skills are a plus. Benefits include health insurance, 401(k), phone discounts, tuition assistance and work-life programs. Learn more or apply here.
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