Columbia Real Estate Update 8-12-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / AUG. 12, 2011
Nitek Inc., a pioneer in advanced ultraviolet light technology that grew out of a University of South Carolina research program, will be the newest tenant in the state-owned research center.
South Carolina will have a seat at the table when the 12-member supercommittee from Congress takes its knife to $1.5 trillion in federal spending. Jim Clyburn, the assistant Democratic leader in the U.S. House, is one of House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi’s three appointments to the panel.
Extra Space Storage on Decker Boulevard will distribute the essentials on Monday to Forest Lake Elementary School families who cannot afford the required items.
R. Thornwell Dunlap III, president and CEO of Greenwood-based Countybank and chairman of its holding company, TCB Corp., has been elected president of the Independent Banks of South Carolina, an organization of 34 local banks.
Get information about the top businesses in the region through the Business Report's online lists. Sample our Printing Companies list or browse the main research page. Each week, the Daily Report offers a new featured list for readers.
The Larry Dempsey Agency is currently seeking a licensed sales producer for its West Columbia office. The candidate must be self-motivated, with a passion for helping others. A property and casualty license is required; a life, accident and health license would be a plus. Learn more or apply here.
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