May 22, 2009 RSS feed / Business

Butterflies boost visitor count

There's a new butterflies exhibit at EdVenture Children's Museum. Actually, there are about 500 new butterflies every two to three weeks because most adult butterflies live two to three weeks. Butterflies don't grow. More...

Briefs

New power bills Officially predicted to go up 2.44% in May, the cost of residential electric power from SCE&G/SCANA should be reflected in next month's bills. Expect an increase of $2.80 for every 1,000 kilowatt hours. More...

Job market tougher for grads

USC graduates entering the job market this month can expect to face significantly tougher competition than last year, according to the USC Career Center. More...

Gregg Gaskins of Express Oil Change

After 17 years in Birmingham with Nidek Medical Products, mostly in their respiratory products division, Gregg Gaskins was recently holding the title of vice president and chief operating officer. More...

Folks about town

Mickey E. Layden, CPM, has been elected senior vice president at Colliers Keenan Inc. Justin Sykes has joined Keenan & Suggs, Inc.'s employee benefits subsidiary, KeenanSuggs BowersElkins, as an employee benefits insurance broker. More...