S.C. hospital collaborative formed to save money

The Medical University of South Carolina’s board of trustees will decide Friday if it will join the Initiant Health Collaborative. (Photo by Ashley Barker)Five health care systems in the state, including the Medical University of South Carolina, have decided to become founding members of the Initiant Health Collaborative. The hospitals will remain independent, but they will share basic administrative and clinical support functions. Read More...

Company seeks local site for Bitcoin ATM

Charleston could become one of the few cities in the country to house Robocoin, the world’s first bitcoin ATM. Southeast Bitcoin seeks a location that has long hours of operation and where people would feel comfortable making money transfers. Read More...

Homes underwater in S.C. come in below national average

Roughly 9.1 million U.S. residential properties, representing 17% of all properties with a mortgage, were seriously underwater during the first quarter of 2014, according to a report from RealtyTrac. In South Carolina, 94,540 properties, or 13%, were underwater, the report said. Read More...

BoomTown creates scholarship for Iron Yard student

Students can use STEM Premier to create online profiles to apply for internships and jobs in the technology industry. For those using it to apply to The Iron Yard Academy, BoomTown created a $1,500 scholarship for a future student to help build up the local technology workforce. Read More...

The Citadel hosting conference for business leaders

CEOs and directors will talk about risk management, strategic planning, board governance and regulatory developments affecting companies during a May program hosted by The Citadel School of Business. Read More...


Fashion Plate for April 17, 2014

Visit local shops at the Pitt Street Stroll, today at 113 Pitt St. in Mount Pleasant's Old Village. Swoon is hosting “Tea with Ted” and offering a free tote with any Ted Baker purchase. Read More...

Helping Out for April 16, 2014

A TD Charitable Foundation representative presents a $15,000 grant award to Otha Meadows (left), president and CEO of the Charleston Trident Urban League. (Photo provided)The TD Charitable Foundation recently donated $15,000 to the Charleston Trident Urban League. The funds will go toward the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program, which provides free tax preparation and asset-building opportunities to low- to moderate-income residents. Read More...