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Columbia Real Estate Update as of 11-30-2011

Posted By: Craig Summerall In: Local News
Date: Wed, Nov 30th 2011 11:56 am

Here is the latest Columbia SC News and Business Report as of 11-30-11.  For real estate information visit our web site.

TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 30, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 29, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 29, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 29, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 29, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 29, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 29, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 9, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.TODAY'S HEADLINES | NOV. 9, 2011 American Eagle parent files for Chapter 11The regional carrier plans to continue normal operations as its parent company, AMR Corp., restructures debt and costs, and trims payroll. The airline currently serves the state’s major airports in Charleston, Columbia and Greenville with 12 flights daily. SCRA earns $195M in revenue for 2011The applied research company reported Monday its revenues and backlog for fiscal year 2011. Its revenues marked a 13% increase from fiscal year 2010. Since 2005, SCRA revenues have grown from $74 million to $195 million.

Lexington man sentenced for mortgage fraudRobert C. Sasser, 32, of Lexington, was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Columbia for wire fraud, in a case that involved fraudulent misrepresentations about loans on eight modular homes.Sumter man guilty of fraud involving chicken partsDwayne Lemont Budden, 36, of Sumter, pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Columbia to mail fraud in a case that involved the illegal disposal of chicken offal. Nelson Mullins lawyer becomes federal judgeKaymani D. "Kay" West will join the bench Jan. 1 as Federal Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for South Carolina’s Florence division after 10 years as a Nelson Mullins Rileyand Scarborough partner at its Columbia office.

Don’t miss the Legislation Lowdown Power Breakfast

Midland legislators Sens. Ronnie Cromer, R-Lexington, and Joel Lourie, D-Columbia; and Reps. Nathan Ballentine, R-Lexington, and James Smith, D-Columbia; and S.C. Chamber of Commerce CEO Otis Rawl will discuss the wins and losses of last legislative session and will look ahead to what’s important to you in the 2012 Legislative Session. To register, click here.

Job of the Week

MUSC Physicians is seeking temporary trainers to teach physicians, clinical and non-clinical staff how to use Epic, an Electronic Medical Records system. A five-week training course is provided. Candidates should have a bachelor’s or associate's degree, or equivalent experience in training or teaching. Learn more or apply here.

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