Columbia Real Estate Update as of 01-24-2012
Here is the latest Columbia SC News and Business Report as of 01-24-2012. For real estate information visit our web site.
TODAY'S HEADLINES | JAN. 24, 2012
Synovus, the bank-holding company of NBSC bank in South Carolina, posted a $60 million loss for 2011, compared with $970 million in losses in 2010. The company was boosted by its return to profitability in the second half of the year, an official said.
The utility's board of directors approved a contract Monday with Green Energy Solutions for up to 25 megawatts of electricity generated from renewable resources in South Carolina. GES could work with 50 or more farms across the state to provide the electricity.
Editor James T. Hammond compares the renaissance that is under way in the cities of Greenville and Columbia in the Jan. 23 issue of the Columbia Regional Business Report. Like Greenville, Columbia has leaders with similar visions for an urban core. Columbia has made some progress toward fulfilling that vision with the idea of creating a wide-ranging trail system, but it is still incomplete.
The professional training company Dale Carnegie is seeking full-time sales consultants in Columbia, Greenville and Charleston. The position allows the opportunity to create new business with companies and manage existing client relationships. Salary is based on commission. Learn more or apply here.
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