Columbia Real Estate Update 9-26-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / SEPT. 26, 2011
William Kristol, editor of the Washington-based political magazine, will join more than 250 business leaders at the South Carolina Chamber of Commerce’s 32nd Annual Summit, “Fast Forward: Defining the Next Decade.” The summit is scheduled for Nov. 9-11 at Wild Dunes on the Isle of Palms.
The J.D. Power and Associates’ survey measured customer satisfaction with billing and payment, corporate citizenship, communications, customer service and field service.
CertusBank announced during the groundbreaking of its headquarters Friday that it acquired Sage Southeastern Securities of Atlanta and plans to expand its presence in downtown Greenville. The bank will be a tenant at the Project One development that broke ground at Main and Washington streets Friday.
CU-ICAR will be home to one of seven U.S. Department of Energy GATE centers of excellence in the country. The centers focus on hybrid propulsion, energy storage and lightweight materials. The five-year GATE program will fund curriculum development, expansion and laboratory work at CU-ICAR.
The South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics is looking for academically motivated high school sophomores interested in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics and who want to learn more about economics and entrepreneurship.
THE Gel Group Inc. has an opening for an analyst in training in its radiochemistry laboratory – liquid scintillation prep lab. The position for the Charleston-based company is responsible for support of various laboratory functions. The duties of this position represent routine procedures that are carried out independently. Learn more or apply here.
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