Few aside from the FBI and the victims involved realize that South Carolina businesses lost $21 million last year through ransom attacks and other cybersecurity breaches. Susan Ferensic, special agent in charge of the FBI Columbia Field
One ongoing Lockheed customer has added eight F-16 Fighting Falcon aircraft to the backorder of 128 planes to be made at Lockheed Martin's Greenville manufacturing and sustainment facility.
In March, Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives requested an investigation into the Postal Service's plans for the Oshkosh contract and its compliance with federal reporting practices. The company reiterated the new facility c
The medical supply and technology company is accustomed to supplying the U.S. military with tourniquets and body armor, but the manufacturer now has turned its attention to the Ukrainian front
Scholars, business leaders and community players including multiple ambassadors, executives of global corporations and think tank researchers will speak at
Upstate blood donors support Ukrainian relief efforts and a phone company distributes $1,500 in diapers across
Some of the greatest losses over the past few wars in the U.S. have been in the supply line convoy, Sen. Lindsey Graham told an audience of engineers, politicians and soldiers. He hopes a total million from the U.S. Army piped into
South Carolinians may be more than aware of damage the Russian invasion of Ukraine has wreaked at the gas pump. But while Russian exports barely register on the economic radar for many states
It had never crossed the mind of Jordon Construction Co.'s founder that he might find himself on CBS News' 60 Minutes. He's been too busy, especially as his company concludes Greenville's Federal Courthouse
Sword International Inc., a small arms and defense equipment manufacturer based in Nevada, may not yet hold the brand name recognition of Smith & Wesson and Remington, but the company is following their lead to relocate in the Southeast.
A threat to plans to bring a new auto assembly factory to Spartanburg County has eliminated itself.
Jeuel Bannister Esmacher, now 97, was a band director when the Department of Defense contacted her with the request: "Come at once; we could use you in Washington."