September 1, 2006 RSS feed / Business

Clemson has eye on future of automobiles

ICAR's Dr. Thomas Keinath speaks to Rotary

In worldwide automotive manufacturing, electrical engineering and computer science have become as important as mechanical engineering. Contemporary cars can carry up to 1 million lines of computer code. More...

Briefs

Put that out Each year, tobacco is blamed for one in five cancer deaths, or 1.4 million deaths on the planet, according to the International Union Against Cancer. More...

Local photographers honor one of their own

Over the course of his life, Harry Adams has worn many hats. He was Navy seaman, a hospital worker, a television repairman, and a teacher. But what he is best known for is his career as dean of photographers in Columbia. More...

Folks About Town

John Craft of AT&T has been named vice president of enterprise sales in the Carolinas region. More...

Star Profile

Tim Moultrie, candidate for S.C. Superintendent of Education

Timothy N. Moultrie grew up in Aiken, although he was born in Augusta where his mother worked. His father was an electrical engineer. Moultrie chose to teach public school, where he has worked over ten years. More...

BBB Alert:

The truth about cell phones and the Do Not Call Registry

Despite an email warning that continues to circulate on the Internet, it is not necessary to register your personal cell phone number on the National Do Not Call (DNC) Registry to be protected from telemarketers! More...

Shop Talk

Columbia Nephrology Associates, PA is pleased to announce the ground breaking for its new Medical Office and Vascular Access Center. More...