Columbia Real Estate Update 10-27-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES | OCT. 27, 2011
The $99 million, 76-bed facility will be a full-service hospital with services from obstetrics to 24/7 emergency care. It will employ 450 staffers.
Steve Byrne will be president of South Carolina Electric & Gas Co. Generation; Keller Kissam will be president of SCE&G Retail Operations.
The Hartsville-based packaging company has been rated the top packaging company and the top company in the materials sectors in Newsweek magazine’s 2011 green rankings, which assess the nation's largest 500 public companies on their environmental practices.
The parent company of South Carolina’s NBSC bank said it had net income of $30.2 million in the third quarter, compared with a loss in the third quarter of 2010 of $181.2 million.
The university is collaborating with three technical colleges to open centers in the Pee Dee, Greenville and Charleston to train automotive and aerospace technicians.
Lending backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration increased 72% in South Carolina in the recent fiscal year, to nearly $200 million. The increase was driven by a big jump in allowable loan sizes, from $2 million to $5 million, the SBA said.
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