Columbia Real Estate Update 7-26-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / JULY 26, 2011
The total value could hit $180 million because the program is expected to generate $10 in private lending for small businesses for every $1 in federal funding.
Columbia-based EagleEye Analytics has signed a long-term services agreement with Oklahoma Farm Bureau Mutual Insurance, which chose the company as its provider of predictive analytics.
Southern First Bancshares Inc. today announced a second quarter profit and its fourth straight quarterly decline in nonperforming assets. The bank holding company lost money in the prior-year quarter.
Bond financing arranged by the South Carolina Jobs-Economic Development Authority will help Palmetto Health build a new Palmetto Health Baptist Parkridge campus, a full-service hospital.
Overall charitable revenue grew 11.3% for the three months ending in May, compared with the same period in 2010, according to The Blackbaud Index of Charitable Giving, a fundraising index that reports overall giving trends of 1,383 nonprofit organizations.
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