Columbia Real Estate Update 8-23-2011
TODAY'S HEADLINES / AUG. 23, 2011
TD Bank to hire 35 in Lexington
The subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank of Canada said the new staff will focus on research and analysis to support the bank's operations.
State ends fiscal year with $123 million surplus
The unobligated surplus in South Carolina’s revenue for the year ended June 30 can be spent by the General Assembly; put into a rainy day fund to cover future shortfalls; or rebated to taxpayers as some lawmakers have urged.
Workshop to pair lenders, small business owners
A day-long workshop set for Aug. 31 at the Columbia Conference Center aims to help small business owners with strategies on financing their businesses and to meet lenders
SCBIO expands to Midlands, Lowcountry
SCBIO, the life sciences trade organization located at the Next Innovation Center in downtown Greenville, is opening offices in Charleston and Columbia. SCBIO will locate in innovation centers operated by the SCRA in each market.
Providence names cardiology services director
Providence Hospitals announced the appointment of Cynthia Hughes, RN, as director for cardiology services. She will be responsible for the cardiac catherization laboratory, one heart unit, electrophysiology laboratory, electrocardiogram and echo vascular services and the Providence School of Cardiovascular Diagnostics.
Two join First Community Financial Consultants
Karen Bostelaar brings 14 years of experience to the role of operations manager, responsibile for handling all aspects of customer accounts. With seven years of experience in financial services, Robbyn Babin is the program coordinator with responsibility for business development.
Job of the Week
Hawkes Learning Systems is seeking a full-time sales professional in educational courseware based in Charleston, S.C. A successful candidate should have 1-3 years of experience. A bachelor's degree, 3.5 GPA, and strong math skills are required. Duties include: nationwide travel to sales presentations, trade shows, and implementation meetings, heavy phone work, market research, and maintenance of contact database. Learn more or apply here.
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