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Columbia SC Real Estate 3-4-11

Posted By: Craig Summerall In: Real Estate News
Date: Fri, Mar 4th 2011 3:25 pm


Former CFO sentenced in Doctors Care fraud case

Jerry Francis Wells Jr. was sentenced to 78 months in prison to be followed by three years of supervised release. Wells will also be required to pay restitution of nearly $3 million.

BlueChoice HealthPlan names new vice president

The health insurer promoted Dave Krupa to vice president and chief marketing officer. Krupa replaces Bill Ferguson, who retired from a 41-year career in the health insurance industry.

Duke Energy CEO calls for ‘purpose-driven’ capitalism

Jim Rogers made a push for nuclear power in a speech at the annual meeting of the North Carolina Chamber of Commerce, stating the need to modernize the power infrastructure of the United States.

Lawmakers seek to repeal point-of-sale tax

The lead sponsor of the legislation is Sen. Paul Campbell, R-Goose Creek, who is joined by Senate Majority Leader Harvey Peeler, R-Gaffney. The Senate bill would eliminate point-of-sale resets of taxed values.

Sonoco announces base price increase for reels

The global packaging manufacturer said that rising costs of wood, steel and fuel are driving up the cost of their products and that the company will increase the base price of its nailed wood reels by 23%.

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Job of the Week

The University of South Carolina is hiring a data coordinator for its Development and Alumni Affairs, Advancement Services department. The coordinator will be responsible for data collection, data entry and logging of all gifts received by the university. A bachelor’s degree and three years’ experience, or a high school diploma and seven years’ experience in a data processing environment are required. Learn more or apply here.


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