Columbia SC Real Estate Update 3-21-11
TODAY'S HEADLINES / MARCH 21, 2011
Gov. Haley had few supporters of her move, with only 7.1% saying they approve of her decision to replace Darla Moore with Lexington attorney Tommy Cofield, who financially supported Haley’s campaign. However, 78.6% want Moore back on the board.
An Aiken businessman begins his second term on board of directors of the Associated Builders and Contractors of the Carolinas, and three Upstate construction leaders join the board, which represents 500 member firms in the two-state region.
Charles Evans, president and CEO of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, will discuss the U.S. economy March 28 at the Darla Moore School of Business as part of its BB&T “Foundations of Capitalism” speaker series.
Presbyterian College alumnus Jim Samples will discuss his role as a television network president at a lecture Tuesday on the college campus in Clinton.
The University of South Carolina is seeking a senior applications analyst. The analyst will organize, plan, test, install and work in the development of complex batch, interactive computer systems in client-servicer environments. Starting salary is $53,790-$65,000. Bachelor’s degree in computer science and seven years’ experience are required, as is knowledge of relations databases, SQL, JAVA database design and applications. Learn more or apply here.