IPS, a Greenville-based company that offers single-source solutions for industrial and commercial power and mechanical processes, has acquired Evans Enterprises Inc.
The Department of Energy’s Water Power Technologies Office has awarded a Pendleton company $1.15 million to continue development of biodegradable, biobased and nontoxic lubricants.
It all started with Thomas Edison — and a lightbulb. Current, a commercial and industrial lighting business dedicated to providing end-to-end lighting solutions, unveiled its corporate headquarters in Greenville
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
When the Greenville County Historic and Natural Resources Trust's first project was completed the acquisition of 170 acres added to Jones Gap State Park one partner was an outlier from the typical conservation lineup
DartPoints will add more than 17,000 square feet to its Greenville data center, including a power room and electrical service entrance area. The data center also will update electrical systems, including switchgears, generators and
Bite Squad, a local on-demand food delivery service, has made its gas discount program pilot permanent as gas prices surge to more than
Proterra, which operates its Southeastern manufacturing facility in Greenville, will aid a Canadian transit organization in the electrification of its 500-bus fleet over the next
Bosch has a new project on the rise in Anderson, company President Mike Mansuetti told hundreds of business leaders gathered from across the 10 counties for
The spice's potential role in technology has been revealed through researchers at the Clemson Nanomaterials Institute, who recently published research that shows how
The company first tested the Palmetto State's waters in Greenville. Now it's building an additional data hall in the Upstate and a new facility near the coast to serve as a landing point for subsea optical communication cables
Tony Tate thinks that 2022 is a turning point, not just any turning point, but the largest transfer of wealth in human history. That's one reason why the Easley native has come back to his old stomping grounds after more than two